The “Sisters of Freedom” is an exhibit of classic and modern poster-art paying homage to African-American women who have transformed their lives, their culture and their country. These phenomenal women--activists, entertainers, teachers and preacher--represent some of the most indomitable figures from the 1800s to the present. The exhibit in its entirety highlights the work of 41 women leaders (as well as 33 Freedom Riders) who have changed the course of history with their commitment to, and passion for, social justice and racial equity.
One of the most successful exhibits of 2012, the exhibit ‘Culinary Chronicles of Blackness’ returns to The Cousins Gallery. Culinary Chronicles of Blackness explores the history and culinary DNA of black culture and The African Diaspora. Examining the relationship between black culture and food through the arts, we are now accepting submissions! Since the beginning of our journey to the Americas food has played an important role in our health, our family history and our lives. Culinary Chronicles of Blackness is curated by Art Blaque and features various artists and mediums.
Railroads have been the objects of artistic interest since the day flanged wheels first rolled uncertainly over crude iron rails. Artists have documented the evolution of railroads through sketches, drawings, paintings, photographs, lithographs, engravings, textiles, ceramics and in multitudes of other creative media beyond all possibility of tally.
The African Cosmos features the paintings of emerging artist Jannah Farooque whose work speaks of vibrancy, love and life! Farooque, who began selling her paintings on earrings, debuts her canvas works for the first time.
For more information about Jannah Farooque or The African Cosmos exhibit, please contact Art Blaque at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-364-4492.
Featuring the works of Colorado artist Nadine Kent Drummond (1912-1966), in the Eichman Gallery at Park State Bank & Trust, Woodland Park, Colorado.
This exhibit will feature numerous paintings from the Drummond family's private collection, as well as works on loan from the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Arts in Denver and the Fine Arts Center in Colorado Springs.
Join us for the ribbon cutting and public reception to kickoff the exhibit showcasing the speeches & sermons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mayor Michael B. Hancock and JPMorgan Chase President Todd Munson will officially open the exhibit.
Free and Open to the Public
The King Center Imaging Project Exhibit consists of hundreds of digitally preserved speeches, sermons and correspondence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as part of an unprecedented effort to showcase the work of the civil rights leader.
The Speeches & Sermons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to be Displayed in Rare Showcase
Ribbon cutting and public reception: At 1 p.m., Tuesday, May 14, Mayor Michael B. Hancock and JPMorgan Chase President Todd Munson will officially open the exhibit.
The King Center Imaging Project Exhibit consists of hundreds of digitally preserved speeches, sermons and correspondence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be on public view at the Denver Central Library from May 14 - 28, 2013, as part of an unprecedented effort to showcase the work of the civil rights leader.
Join us as we explore the history of the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library. From Conception and Construction to Event and Exhibits the Blair-Caldwell library is a place of discovery and knowledge waiting to be explored.
PLEASE NOTE: Library hours:
Mon & Wed. 12-8 PM/ Tue, Thurs and Fri 10 AM – 6 PM./ Sat 9 AM – 5 PM
Closed - Sunday