Denver — By thedenverguide on October 15, 2009 at 12:12 pm
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Denver Arts Week, November 6th-14th

If you are looking for a fun event to bring your family and friends too, I have just the one for you coming up in November. It’s Denver Arts Week, November 6th -14th! This is the third annual arts week and they have some very interesting and fun events planned.

Denver is earning quite the reputation for our arts and architect and if you attend this event, you will know why.

What is Denver Arts Week?
Denver Arts Week is a week long celebration, highlighting the city’s visual and performing arts, taking place at seven neighborhood art districts, dozens of theaters and museums, and more than 100 art galleries. The event is organized by VISIT DENVER to help draw local and national attention to the cultural renaissance that Denver is experiencing – a renaissance that led Sunset Magazine to proclaim: “The Mile High City is remaking itself as a world capital of art and architecture.”

Painting from Denver Arts Week

Painting from Denver Arts Week

Beginning Friday, November 6th is the Know Your Arts First Friday. This is “a celebration of local art and artists in the Mile High City’s thriving neighborhood art districts”. The Know Your Arts First Friday take place at these locations: ArtDistrict On Santa Fe, Cherry Creek North, Golden Triangle Museum District, Downtown Denver, RiNo (River North Art District), Tennyson Street Cultural District, Belmar Block 7.

On Saturday, November 7 from 5-10 p.m. is the Saturday Night at the Museums. Eleven museums will take place in this “unparalleled chance to discover Denver’s greatest cultural attractions, all in one night, all for FREE.”

How will you make your way around all 11 museums? Via free shuttles running throughout the evening!

On Sunday, November 8 is the Sunday on Stage. This is when the Denver Arts Week comes to a close. The Mile High City has a vibrant performing arts world! You will get to experience a little bit of everything from drama, comedy, modern dance, music and more.

“Look behind the scenes at how productions come together, and learn about actors’ and dancers’ crafts during workshops.”

This is a week long event not to be missed!

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