The art of the Native American Church has developed to express the faith of its members. The religion blends centuries-old Native traditions with the more recently introduced Christian belief system. It has helped to promote a spirit of self-respect and unity among the members of the America's tribal groups. As a result, the growth and spread of the Native American Church has created a very unique and colorful artistic movement.
Helen Henderson Chain was Colorado's first resident woman artist. She was also an intrepid alpinist, a world traveler and a dedicated philanthropist.
Join us in discovering this remarkable artist and her many talents.
Oil paintings, watercolors, sketches, paint box and other memorabilia will be on display.
"Mother, Mother! will feature multicultural art work from local community artists and Washington, DC, including SA Bennett, Randy McAnulty, Kiyasha Newson, Helen Littlejohn, Arlette Lucero, Stevon Lucero, Ella Maria Ray, Ron Hicks, Rob Yancey and others. All art will feature representations of the Madonna--Mother and Child.
The Denver Public Library is pleased to announce a visiting exhibit from the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory in support of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education. From fundamental science and energy analysis to validating new products for the commercial market, NREL researchers are dedicated to transforming the way the world uses energy. Visit the library and explore an exhibit that features examples of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies and applications.
Byers Branch Library is proud to have on display 5 different zines made by library customers at the ZINE 15 event. You and your friends are invited to come look at these awesome zines and take a copy of your favorite zine - for free! Everyday except Sundays.
For more information, please refer to the DPL blog post titled ZINE 15: recap