Updated January 28, 2020
Denver Arts Week always proves to be an outstanding, not-to-be-missed showcase of all Denver’s greatest art talents throughout its vibrant art districts. Hundreds of events fill the all-out spectacle in the many galleries, theaters, museums, and performing arts venues as its many fortunate attendees take in and behold the display that is sure to amaze, no matter how impossible it may seem to surmount its fantastic reputation with each year’s chapter. Looking back through the years, here is but a glimpse of the anticipation as we geared up for Denver Arts Week’s 2013 installment.
Original Article – November 2013:
It’s time once again for Denver residents to scratch their collective art itch and take in all that the Mile High city has to offer. The Denver Arts Week returns November 1-9. Go see a favorite performance, learn something new or simply show your appreciation for local and international artists. There is a myriad of venues, activities, and events for all ages and art preferences, and many are offering big discounts.
Denver Film Festival
Check out new independent films, international features and shorts, and music videos at the 36th Starz Denver Film Festival November 6-9. Join over 175 artists and actors as they present nearly 300 films. There is bound to be something for everyone to enjoy. Tickets can be purchased at the SIE FilmCenter for $8-$65.
See live performances of dramas, comedies, music and more this week during Denver’s On Stage. Catch the return of the popular The Book of Mormon at the Buell Theatre, presented by The Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The show runs through November 24. Discounted tickets are available. Also, enjoy some free musical entertainment with the Lamont Wind Ensemble November 6. The Lamont School of Music presents a variety of works by 20th and 21st Century composers at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts.
Visit any number of local museums during Night at the Museums, Saturday, November 2. Free shuttles will go from the Denver Art Museum to a variety of museums throughout the city. Admission is free from 5-10pm. This is a great opportunity to learn and interact with some of the great exhibits Denver has to offer. Perfect for young and old alike.
Know Your Arts First Friday allows patrons to see some of the best local art in Denver. Visit your favorite districts and venues and even take part in workshops and lectures. Admission is Free.
Sam’s Hauling is a proud supporter of Denver Arts Week. We are pleased to live and work in a city with such vibrant culture.
Written by Sam Stankie