The exhibition, will illustrate the history of the contributions of the Loretto Community through photographs, art, and memorabilia. The focus will be on five areas of their history and accomplishments: Beginnings in Kentucky and Santa Fe; The Schools; Global Loretto; Social Entrepreneurship: Peace and Justice; and Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives. Some of the signature pieces on view will include a replica of the very first high school diploma conferred in the Colorado territory in 1875 by St.
The Denver Public Library in concert with the Byers-Evans House Museum and the Central City Opera House will host a three-part exhibition featuring the life and work of Anne Evans. The exhibit tells the story of one of the most influential but least known of the leaders in the cultural development of Denver and Colorado.
The exhibition, featuring murals from Denver Public Library’s Western History Collection, will illustrate how Colorado’s murals and muralists tell the state’s history in a vibrant and compelling way. The murals displayed in Walls that Speak span the City Beautiful movement, the development of the Broadmoor Art Academy and subsequent Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, the Works Progress Administration era, the Chicano movement, and contemporary muralists.
Western Art Gallery & Gates Western History Reading Room - Level 5
Works by Denver Public School students. Obras de arte creadas por los alumnos de las Escuelas Publicas de Denver.
Open to the public during Library open hours: Mon/Tues 10am-8pm, Wed-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat/Sun 1pm-5pm
Abierto al público durante el horario normal de operaciones de la Biblioteca Central: lunes y martes 10 am-8 pm; miércoles y viernes 10 am-6 pm, sábado y domingo 1-5 de la tarde
This exhibit is open during Central Library open hours. "Personal Geographies" is an exhibit of handmade, mixed media maps by Jill K. Berry and other artists. The show is in Western History and Genealogy, on the 5th floor of the Central Library through March 31, 2012.
The Cousins Gallery hosts the exhibit 'Echoes of A Middle Passage' featuring collage artist Leonard Scott. In a time where digital media is taking over, Leonard Scott creates intricate, hand pieced collages that serve as a mirror and stunning reflection of black history and culture. A collage artist for 25 years, Scott considers this show a personal examination of the middle passage as well as middle age. / La Galería de Arte Cousins presenta la exhibición "El eco del pasaje del medio" con las obras del artista Leonard Scott.
Free and open to the public during Central Library opening hours / Abierto al público durante las horas hábiles de la Biblioteca Central
Closing Reception: Sunday, March 25, 3-5pm / Recepción de cierre: domingo, 25 de marzo, 3-5 p.m.
Jurors: Chuck Mobley (Associate Director, San Francisco Camerawork); Brian Paul Clamp (Gallery owner and director, ClampArt, NYC)
This presentation highlights the creativity, diversity and individuality of the Library staff. Vida Ellison Gallery is open weekdays 10am-5pm and weekends 1-5pm. Esta exhibición muestra la creatividad, diversidad e individualidad del personal de la Biblioteca Pública de Denver. La Galería Vida Ellison está abierta de lunes a viernes, 10 am a 5 pm y y los fines de semana de 1-5 pm.