Think fancy gadgets and high-tech tools are a requirement for a high-profile heist? Not when you’re Vincenzo Peruggia—the man who stole the Mona Lisa from the Louvre in 1911.
While a brush is the weapon of choice for most painters, Lyudmila Agrich instead picks up the palette knife when she constructs many of her textured paintings. With bold colors—such as teals, crimsons, and canary yellows—and confident strokes, Agrich aims to capture quite moments in everyday life.
When he wasn’t busy serving as president of the United States or writing the Constitution, Thomas Jefferson spent his spare time writing his own Bible. Come see this rare 1820s document—on loan from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History—which reveals exceptional insights into the moral and religious beliefs of one of our Founding Fathers.
Explore the history of the longest continuous commercial street in the United States—Colfax Avenue—with this traveling exhibit. Fifty pieces are on display; some are historical, while others celebrate the urban grittiness of the thoroughfare.
Artists are everywhere—they're our neighbors, our co-workers, and even strangers we pass on the street. These creative folks are bringing their passions, hobbies, and professional works downtown for a showcase of Colorado's burgeoning cultural scene.
Fresh off of the release of his newest album Tooth & Nail, British singer/songwriter Billy Bragg will bring his alternative rock songs to Denver for this one-night-only event. Heavy with electric guitar and political lyrics, Bragg hopes his music inspires audiences into activism and change. Sat 8 p.m.
Discover Melisa Ferrick's independent spirit and music in this concert highlighting her acoustic-heavy sound in an intimate setting. Instruments like the drum and cello will accompany Ferrick’s musky voice in her performance of songs from her newest album The Truth Is and popular tunes from her 16 previous records. Fri 7 p.m.
Film, paint, clay and…cloth? Discover a different perspective in this museum-wide display of all things textile-related—from Navajo blankets to modern fiber art. Check out the drop-in textile studio and crochet coral reef, which allows visitors to be hands-on with fabrics. Tue-Thu 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Fri 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat-Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Contrary to its single-hued title, Patricia Aaron’s display contains a wide spectrum of color. Inspired by the hidden alleys, underpasses, and street art of Key West, Aaron’s paintings are brimming with vivid swipes of turquoise and streaks of red. Don't miss Ohio for its play on texture with cutouts and layers of paint. Tue-Fri 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
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