Your words and thoughts are the greatest gift someone can receive. Create a minibook made from natural wood, cardstock, and other materials with Write Roots to relive forgotten memories and experience the art of writing and personal touch to gift giving. Perfect for Mother's Day!
CONNECTING VECINOS invites you to join the Byers Branch Library on Saturday, April 18, 2-4 pm, for a walking tour along the Art District on Santa Fe. This guided tour will take you through three art exhibitions that are participating in Denver's Month of Photography, a regional biennial celebration of fine art photography. Throughout the tour, we will explore various ways in which photography is used within contemporary art. Please note that minors under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult in order to join the tour.
Ojo de Dios or God’s Eyes, are an ancient art with religious and contemplative roots. We will pick up this tradition, first began by the ancient Pueblo Peoples, and bring it respectfully into a modern context. This program will be equal parts history lesson, craft project, and meditative contemplation.
Summertime makes for thirsty folks, and we got the cure: refreshing homemade drinks for the whole family! With the cookbook Quench by Ashley English as our guide, we will reveal the secrets of making traditional horchata, world-class iced coffee toddies, yummy ginger shrubs, and exotic water infusions.