Glamour comes to Denver Art Museum

Posted 3/14/21

“Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Veronique and Gregory Peck” focuses on a glamorous couple and the evolution of fashion, running through July 18. See dam.org for ticket …

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Glamour comes to Denver Art Museum

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“Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Veronique and Gregory Peck” focuses on a glamorous couple and the evolution of fashion, running through July 18. See dam.org for ticket information — reservations required. Also at DAM: “European and American Art from the 19th Century.”

Young writers

Littleton Friends of the Library/Museum sponsors its 54th Annual Creative Writing Contest for grades 1-12. It closes at midnight March 27. Entry forms, rules and contest information at friendslittleton.org — click on “Programs and Events” and then on “Creative Writing Contest.” Judges will be from Arapahoe Community College's English Department. Poetry, fiction, non-fiction — 100 lines or less.

ROX Arts

ROX Arts Gallery at Aspen Grove has expanded its online store and formed a new partnership with Hudson Gardens — and will be offering classes at both locations. See hudsongardens.org/explore/classes-programs.

Stonehenge

The “Stonehenge” exhibition is open at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver. See dmns.org for ticket information or call 303-370-6000. More than 400 artifacts and the science behind them interpret this site, said to be constructed between 3000 BCE and 2000 BCE.

Virtual playlists

Gallery 29 debuts its March Playlist on March 25 on the theme of “Personal Politics.” Video short by Lisa Wagner Erickson, visual art by Grace Gee, animation by Ellen K. Graham and John Aden, video short by Colette Mazunik. Go to www.theater29denver.com.

More `World of Color'

The Depot Art Gallery has already opened a show at nearby Town Hall's Stanton Gallery in Littleton and will continue into a soft opening in mid-April at the Depot Arts Center, observing all COVID protocol. Probably open weekends only at first. Perhaps full schedule by early June ...

Call for artists

Denver Public Art seeks to commission an artist — or team of artists — to create an original public artwork for the Denver District 5 Police Substation and new call center in the Montbello neighborhood, 12025 E. 45th Ave., Denver. It's to be “The People's Police Station.” Art could include diverse media, sculptures, light, sound ... See CallforEntry.org.

Bees

Hudson Gardens offers a class online on March 31: Native Bee Hotels and Make Your Own kit. Register and get a Zoom link and pick up supplies the week prior to the class at Hudson Gardens' Welcome Center/Gift Shop. Taught by Lisa Mason, CSU Extension Horticulture Agent. $30 Hudson Gardens member. hudsongardens.org.

Tesoro lecture series

The Tesoro Cultural Center's (The Fort) lecture series is now underway, with free lectures at the Buck Center or History Colorado, plus a dinner lecture at The Fort Restaurant for a price (some are sold out). Buck Center lectures are free, but advance registration is required. (303-347-5999.) March 20: Dr. David Beyreis' topic is “Blood in the Borderlands: Conflict, Kinship and the Bent Family 1821-1920.” See Tesoro Cultural Center website (tesoroculturalcenter.org) for list of speakers and topics. Lectures are early (2 p.m.) at Buck Center — or later in spring at Lone Tree Hub; then at History Colorado at 4 p.m.; and finally with dinner at the Fort (by advance registration and payment). Dr. Tom Noel will speak on March 27 on “Getting Here: From Wheelbarrow McGraw to DIA.”

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