The sixth annual Denver Arts Week, an eight-day celebration of all things art in The Mile High City, will run from November 2-10, 2012.
The program, presented by VISIT DENVER, The Convention & Visitors Bureau, features more than 300 events at a wide variety of art galleries, museums, theaters and concert halls and many of which are free or discounted.
Beginning with a Know Your Arts First Friday event that allows a glimpse of local artists’ studios, gallery spaces and creative works in all mediums, Denver Arts Week is an opportunity to meet with local artists and explore Denver neighborhoods.
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Visitors are also treated to hands-on workshops, artist lectures and original artwork for sale throughout the week.
“Denver’s vibrant energy is felt throughout every neighborhood in the city, due to the thriving creative community that calls The Mile High City home,” said Jayne Buck, vice president of tourism for VISIT DENVER.
Denver Arts Week will culminate with The Sights and Sounds of Cherry Creek North on Saturday, November 10. All day long, visitors can enjoy free live music, performing arts, art shows and exhibitions and educational activities inside the neighborhood’s many galleries, restaurants and shops.