A monthly event featuring high quality dance instruction and open social dancing in the styles of tango, blues, and fusion. Beginners are welcome; no experience or partner necessary. The lesson topics change each month to give you a great variety in your dancing skills. Join us for a great night out on the town at the McNichols Civic Center Building.
Five Points Jazz Festival is pleased to announce a new film series in conjunction with Blue Roots Denver. Join us at the McNichols Building for this exciting and entertaining four-part series. We will be hosting a reception with wine, light hors d'oeuvres and live music before each film. Reception starts at 6pm; screening begins at 7pm.
Whether you’re planning a large festival or intimate wedding, the McNichols Civic Center Building is a must see. Newly reopened in 2012, the contemporary artwork and open spaces are a wonderful canvas for any event. Two large, open floors with exposed steel columns allow amazing opportunities for centralized events in the Mile High City. Artworks dominate the walls, giving the classic space a modern feel.
The exhibition Fashion/Culture showcases Colorado artists using photography to explore the intersections between art, fashion, beauty and contemporary culture. Some artists challenge the ideals of beauty while others look into themes of gender and identity as these are reflected in fashion. The diverse group of works illustrates the many connections between Denver’s growing fashion and arts communities. Featured artists include Sara Ford, Mark Sink, Kristen Hatgi, Tom McIntyre, Richard Peterson, Sydney Peterson, Mario Zoots, Jordin Wommack, Candice Knudson, Marla Rutherford, Reese St. Germain, Derrick Velasquez, Laura Shill, Jenn Crowe, Melanie Watson, and Charlie Price with Amber Fries. A selection of vintage photographs from the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) archives and History Colorado provide an interesting juxtaposition between past and present.