Famed Mexican printmaker José Guadalupe Posada included calaveras (skulls) in his work to mock the bourgeois culture at the turn of the 20th century and criticize his nation's 35-year dictatorship in his nation. View 90 of Posada's iconic, skeleton-filled prints at this exhibit presented by Denver Arts & Venues, the Mexican Consulate, and the Mexican Cultural Center.
Experience the marriage of French and Rocky Mountain cuisines at this annual festival celebrating the arrival of this year's Beaujolais Nouveau. Chefs from more than 20 local restaurants will compete to whip up a French-inspired dish that pairs best with the red wine.
This three-day summit brings Denver's budding musicians, local fans, and industry professionals together to share ideas and inspire ingenuity about making the business sustainable in a digital era. In addition to panels and workshops, musicians such as Gregory Alan Isokav and Esme Patterson (Paper Bird) will perform. Friday's events will take place at the Mercury Café.
Try 40 bites for 40 bucks. Taste a variety of cuisine, with participating restaurants ranging from LoHi's Lola to South Broadway's Punch Bowl Social. Share Our Strength aims to end childhood hunger in Colorado—all you have to do is dine. Bonus: Don’t miss craft cocktails from Williams & Graham. Sun 5 p.m.
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