Exhibit

National Renewable Energy Laboratory Exhibit

Exhibit
Foyer - Level 1

The Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory exhibit is back again 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.

Exhibit - Recalibration: Honoring the Sacred Journey of Womanhood

Exhibit
Cousins Gallery - Level 3

Seven women artists share both their individual and collective journeys navigating the world as women of color. Featured artists include Holly Kai Peterson Hurd, Jannah Farooque, Aisha Renee, Anicesha Wilson, Abril Fresca, Kimberly Ming and curator Helen Littlejohn. Artistry includes painting, jewelry, mixed media, fabric and spoken word.

Celebrating Colorado Women

Exhibit
Vida Ellison Gallery, Floor 7

"Celebrating Colorado Women" is an exhibit and program series featuring all 152 inductees into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame since its founding in 1985. The Colorado Women's Hall of fame recognizes, honors and preserves the contributions of trail-blazing Colorado women.

Denver Public Schools Citywide Middle School Art Exhibition

Exhibit
Western Art Gallery, Level 5

The Denver Public Library is pleased to host the annual Denver Public Schools Citywide Middle School Art Exhibition from Tuesday, April 5 to Saturday, April 30. Come see these wonderful works created by Denver’s middle school students.

Community Artist: ¡Mira Mira Havana!

Exhibit
Second Floor Exhibit Space

The first community artist

Father/Daughter Trip - Cuba - May 17- 25, 2015.
In early 2015 Jessie, my daughter heard about a National Geographic expedition to Cuba. As she was fascinated with Cube for a long time she wanted to go and asked me, her father if I’d like to go too. As photographers we were always looking for an opportunity to take pictures so I said yes.

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