Breaking Barriers 2.0 ¡Vive El Tenis!: Common Threads Different Peoples

Second Floor Exhibit Hall

USTA Colorado’s Breaking Barriers ¡Vive el Tenis! Portrait Series
Inspired by the Rhode Island based International Tennis Hall of Fame’s traveling exhibit, called ¡Vive El Tenis!: Common Threads Different Peoples, which explores tennis players from South and Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean, USTA Colorado created a portrait series devoted to showcasing Hispanic tennis pioneers, contributors, and rising stars from Colorado.

Giving Back: The Soul of Philanthropy Reframed and Exhibited

Foyer - Level 3

A moving tribute toward the triumphant movement of conscious giving for social change, shared through photos and words of African American philanthropists, including Denver notables.

1985-2015: KUVO Celebrates 30 Years Exhibit

Foyer - Level 1

In celebration of bringing jazz to Denver for 30 years, KUVO has teamed up with the Blair-Caldwell Library to create an exhibit sure to take jazz lovers down a musical memory lane! Since its very first record dropped on August 29, 1985, KUVO 89.3 Jazz FM has proudly been offering a mix of jazz, Latino and blues. Located in a studio in Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood, KUVO has established a go-to hub for musicians from around the world.

11th Annual Mile High International Pastel Exhibit

Vida Ellison Gallery - Level 7

Please join us for a reception on July 12th from 1:30-4:30pm

For more details, visit http://www.pastelsocietyofcolorado.org.

Photographer Amy K. Wright: “A Portrait of a Microloan” in India


As a travel and portrait photographer, Amy K. Wright has spent the last 13 years working to capture the faces and landscapes of those in her local and global community. As a team member at Whole Foods Market, she has had the opportunity to visit India twice, in the last 2 years, and witness the transformative power of micro-lending through the Whole Planet Foundation.

A Quilter's Journey: My Road to Denver


Members of the Rocky Mountain Wa Shonaji Quilt Guild will depict their individual journeys to Colorado. These quilts, original in design, are 18" x 24" and will be displayed both vertically and horizontally, with no borders or bindings, so that when hung together the roads and byways the members traveled will connect them to Denver. Though predominantly of African-American ancestry, the RMWSQG celebrates ethnic diversity in membership, as well as in the many different patterns displayed in their quilts. For information about the guild visit their website http://www.washonaji.org/

Growing Up...In Words and Images Exhibit


Artist Joe Barry Carroll, seven-foot-tall NBA All-Star, wealth advisor, philanthropist, painter and author began painting several years ago in his home studio. His current exhibit Growing Up tells the story of a young boy who was shaped and guided by the people and places he encountered growing up in the American south, "up north" in Denver and eventually in the NBA. Visit his website at http://www.joebarrycarroll.com/

For more information contact the Blair-Caldwell Library at (720) 865-2401 or email at askblaircaldwell@denverlibrary.org

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