Denver Arts Week, Nov. 7-15, has expanded to more than 300 scheduled events this year, including Highlands Ranch and Golden. Many are free or at reduced admission. For a full list, visit Denverartsweek.com. We list a few highlights:
● Know Your …
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● Know Your Arts First Friday is a citywide event on Nov. 7 that includes more than 100 art galleries in seven neighborhoods: Art District on Santa Fe, Belmar Block 7, Golden Triangle Museum District, Navajo Street Arts District, Tennyson Street Cultural District, RINO (River North Arts District) and 40 West Art District. Many galleries will offer art priced at a “$52.80 Special” price.
● Night at the Museums is Nov. 8 and includes 23 museums, staying open from 5-10 p.m. with free admission. Free shuttle buses will operate in the city, but won't access the suburban locations in Englewood (Museum Outdoor Arts) and Golden. Included: Denver Art Museum, Clyfford Still Museum, History Colorado Center, Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art, Denver Museum of Nature & Science and many more.
● Starz Denver Film Festival, Nov. 14-17, will culminate the week. Walk the red carpet and choose from screenings at the Denver Pavilions, SIE Film Center and Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
● Art Denver, Nov. 14-17, is a big new event at the Colorado Convention Center, organized by the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. National visual artists, fashion designers, “Art of Living” design vignettes and “Colorado Made” artisan goods, food, beverages and spirits. Tickets: art-denver.org.
● Denver's On Stage will take part in various events Nov. 7-15.
● Chance to Dance, Nov. 8. The McNichols Building will have free dance lessons, workshops and classes.
● “Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum” full dress rehearsals Nov. 10-13 at Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Theatre.
● A Symphonic Tribute to Comic Con v2.0, Nov. 15. The mile high price of $52.80 gets you 2 tickets.
● Douglas County Libraries James H. Larue Branch in Highlands Ranch, Kids Zone, welcomes the Central City Opera at 4 p.m. Nov. 13. Children grades 2-6 and their parents are welcome to discover the family holiday opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” and create a related craft. Hear a king sing about his treasure and make one of your own. No registration necessary.
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