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.
More than 40 fashion scarves designed by international artists and manufactured by the renowned and innovative Ascher Company, London during World War II. Included in the exhibition are Alexander Calder, Henry Matisse, and Henry Moore, who along with other artists lifted up the spirits of the wearer during a time of austerity.
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 (Residency) Project & Exhibition: Process to Consumption is presented by Create Denver, which provides eight Denver-based artists with limited studio time on the third floor of the McNichols Building, three 4-feet by 4-feet wood ”vessels” in which to create their work, and the opportunity to highlight their process to the public over a two-month period leading to the final exhibition, July 12-27. The process and exhibition will challenge both the artist and audience, providing unique opportunities to approach the boundaries of the unfinished aesthetic, share in dialog, and observe the artists’ creative process from conception to the many stages, methods and perspectives of execution.