Each month, a talented Art Students League of Denver faculty will offer adults, parents, and children a demonstration with a different form of art. These workshops are an excellent way for the community to meet local artists and gain insight into their success. Take advantage of this great opportunity to observe artists that will inspire you to tackle your own challenges and obstacles with your own goals while creating your own art. Free materials are available throughout the month for use.
Bring your children or grandchildren to enjoy exciting stories, songs and non-fiction books. We have a lot of fun!
Traiga a sus hijos o nietos para cuentos, canciones y libros de no-ficción. ¡Es muy divertido!
Get into the autumn spirit and join us for our family fall craft event. We will be making a decorative scarecrow and yummy fall-themed snacks.
Prepárense para el otoño y acompáñennos en este evento de manualidades para familias. Haremos espantapájaros que pueden usar para decorar la casa y habrá deliciosos refrigerios con tema de otoño.
Come join a presenter from the Denver Art Museum to make an art piece and learn about the history and culture at the museum. Free Denver Art Museum family passes for attendees! Experience new mediums of self-expression through art to share your unique voice, background, and see your community in a new light.
NOTICE: Short Plaza today, as we are welcoming a professional artist at 5:30 to share her medium with us, the art of paper.
A program for all ages to work towards personal goals using FREE community resources and support. Come meet people and see something new for work or home each time! We will help you search for work on the internet, create or modify your resumé, learn a language, study for the GED or any other test, do homework, practice computer skills, and/or research health topics. Children may do homework, play with our toys, use the children's computers, or read.
Talented Art Students League of Denver faculty member Susan Porteous will offer adults, parents, and children a demonstration of paper art. These workshops are an excellent way for the community to meet local artists and gain insight into their success. Take advantage of this great opportunity to observe artists that will inspire you to tackle your own challenges and obstacles with your own goals while creating your own art. Free materials are available throughout the month for use.
An expert instrumentalist, Peter Hebert plays the evocative hammered dulcimer and its cousin, the psaltery, with masterful ease – filling the air with the ancient sounds of Medieval Europe. The Graeco-Roman dulcimer (sweet song) derives its name from the Latin dulcis (sweet) and the Greek melos (song). Find out how perfectly named this haunting instrument can be when Peter Hebert makes his dulcimer sing a sweet song. This concert will feature improvisations on songs and melodies of the Holiday Season. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh
MSU Denver music professor Peter Schimpf will present a program of music from the early 17th century, a period of transition as the Renaissance style began to give way to the dramatic aesthetic of the early Baroque. He will perform on a 10 course lute and 14 string theorbo. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh
Flutist Cobus du Toit and guitarist Patrick Sutton pair for this concert highlighting music from their recent CD release. Flute is the air and piano is the earth in this extraordinary concert featuring music from around the world. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh