Denver Arts Week
The Day of the Dead celebrations begin after Halloween. CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody takes a closer look at the history of the tradition.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock took a seat behind a pottery wheel and learned how to throw a pot. But it could be as easy as visiting a local museum to celebrate Denver Arts Week.
Denver Arts Week kicks off this Friday. It’s a great time to explore all of Denver’s cultural attractions.
As part of Denver Arts Week the city will host the sixth annual Night at the Museums on Saturday, Nov. 3.
Visit Denver and the city Arts & Venues Denver agency have released what they say is the first comprehensive online guide to art galleries in the area.
Denver-based artist Yoshitomo Saito is known for his incredibly detailed naturalistic work in bronze.
The world of ceramics comes alive at the Plinth Gallery on Brighton Boulevard in Denver. CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody gets his hands dirty creating his own works of art.
You can find art in a variety of forms — from modern design to ancient paintings. But it’s a lost technique from the 1800s that has caught the eye of CBS4′s Critic at Large Greg Moody.
The Mile High City’s creative neighborhoods are home to more than 100 galleries and studios. Discover local artists and see where art is made. Find out about First Friday Art Walks, exhibition openings and where to shop for original art. The Denver Gallery Guide features photos, links to websites, maps, and that’s just the beginning. Get out and explore and be inspired by the Mile High City. Check out the Denver Gallery Guide website at denver.org/galleryguide/.