The Cousins Gallery will host a traveling educational exhibit that includes an extensive collection of comic books, comic strips, action figures, buttons, statues, trading cards, posters, and original art, curated by Comic Book Professor William H. Foster III.
The African American Quilters and Collectors Guild of Denver (AAQ&CG) will exhibit authentic slave quilts in the 3rd floor Cousins Gallery. Themed "The Civic Minded Woman", this exhibit continues the annual Table of Brotherhood celebration in honor of the MLK Holiday festivities. AAQCG is committed to serving the Rocky Mountain Front Range region in the preservation of quilts and promoting the art of quilting.
PLEASE NOTE: Library hours: Mon & Wed. 12-8 PM/ Tue, Thurs and Fri 10 AM – 6 PM/ Sat 9 AM – 5 PM Closed - Sunday
“The Power of Preschool” offers a compelling look at the importance of preschool through the lens of five local, award-winning photographers who visited Denver Preschool Program schools.
Journey through a day in the life of a preschool child and see first-hand how math, literacy, science and social-emotional skills are being developed in our youngest learners. Find out how the Denver Preschool Program is working to ensure more children are ready to learn when they leave preschool and walk through the kindergarten door.
Kevin Hartfield - Family Flex Early Education Center
Bridges of Understanding: Ceremonies and Festivals developed in 2005, is an exhibit of the Mizel Museum which highlights common themes and rituals of different cultures. Ceremonies and festivals are a way of bringing community together - a way of enjoying the cultural and artistic life of a community - a way of passing down one's heritage and history from generation to generation.