It’s hard to escape football this week, even at the Denver Public Library. That is why it’s fitting to unveil a new exhibit this week at Denver Central Library featuring, among other items, photographs of the Brest American Football Team. Brest, France is Denver’s Sister City.
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RECENT PRESS RELEASES
A new exhibit at the Denver Public Library showcases a photographic technique making a comeback among fine art photographers. “Prelude” is the inaugural show for the Rocky Mountain Monochrome Salon and features the work of local monochromatic photographers. The exhibit runs January 27 – March 30 at the Denver Central Library.
Curious guests will learn the value of their treasures at “What’s It Worth,” a fundraiser benefitting the Denver Public Library. Set for February 26 at the Denver Central Library, “What’s It Worth” features experts offering informal appraisals on artwork, keepsakes, books, jewelry, silver, sports memorabilia and other treasured items.
Trading in their books for brushes and card catalogs for mixed media, staff at the Denver Public Library show off their artistic side at the annual staff art show, “Art of the Library,” January 22 – March 2, 2014 at the Vida Ellison Gallery, Denver Central Library.
The Denver Public Library honors the contributions of several African American citizens on Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. when it hosts the Juanita Gray Community Service Awards and the Blacks in Colorado Hall of Fame Awards. The event kicks off the Library’s celebration of Black History Month. The event will be held at the Ford-Warren Branch Library, 2825 High Street.
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