Biennial of the Americas
Wednesday brought a history lesson to the Biennial of the Americas celebration in Denver.
The week-long Biennial of the Americas celebration kicked off Tuesday in downtown Denver.
The epicenter of this year’s celebration will be at the newly constructed Biennial Pavilion at 16th Street and Wewatta Street.
The Biennial of the Americas is a festival that appears every two years in Denver and celebrates the arts, music, culture and ideas of South, Central and North America– all in one place.
For a limited time, a Denver hotel is offering a package with a one-night stay in a pop-up, inflatable room that rises 22 feet in the air, thanks to a scissor lift on top of the van on which it sits.
John C. Malone doesn’t talk much to the media, but he talked to CBS4’s Greg Moody as part of the Biennial of the Americas symposium about the future of the media.
If you’ve been around downtown Denver you have probably noticed some rather large pieces of art being assembled. It’s all for the Biennial of the Americas.
Construction workers are assembling a large wooden structure in downtown Denver. It’s not another addition to the Auraria Campus but an art installation.