Denver Arts Week will be going on throughout the metro area Nov. 2-10 at museums, galleries, theaters, concert halls — more than 300 events. Many …
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Denver Arts Week will be going on throughout the metro area Nov. 2-10 at museums, galleries, theaters, concert halls — more than 300 events.
Many are free and others are discounted.
Night at the Museums, from 5 to 10 p.m. on Nov. 3, includes a reduced rate ticket for the “Becoming Van Gogh” exhibit. Many of the area's smaller museums will be open free: Littleton Museum, Museum of Outdoor Arts in Englewood, Clyfford Still Museum, Byers-Evans House Museum, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, The CELL, Molly Brown House Museum. Free shuttle buses carry people from one museum to another.
In Golden, six museums will participate: Astor House Museum, Clear Creek History Park, Golden History Center, the American Mountaineering Museum, Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum and Foothills Art Center.
Denver's On Stage features special deals on tickets for theater, music, dance, films and more.
The Denver Starz Film Festival runs Nov 1- 11, with special screenings in several venues, seminars and hundreds of independent films.
Know Your Arts First Friday will take place on Nov. 2: Art District on Santa Fe, Belmar Block 7 Art District; Golden Triangle Museum District; Navajo Street Art District; Old South Gaylord and South Pearl; RiNo (River North Art District.
At the Littleton Museum, 6028 S. Gallup St., Littleton, historic site interpreters will be wearing some of the museum's finest costumes and telling stories about them. They will be at the museum's historic homes and in the main museum. Also in the main building, the popular exhibit “Mapuche — the People of the Land” will be among the gallery exhibits.
The Littleton Museum and Town Hall Arts Center will collaborate on offering two performances of “Alice in Wonderland” at 1: 30 and 3 p.m. on Nov. 4. Everyone helps from their seat.
For more detailed information: see DenverArtsWeek.com or visitdenver.com
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