Mary Louise Lee
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock officially kicked off Denver Arts Week Friday morning by hanging from the painter’s rig once used by Colorado artist Vance Kirkland.
Denver Arts Week offers a chance to dive into Denver’s local art scene with music, museums, galleries and more. This year the honorary chair of the week is Denver’s First Lady, Mary Louise Lee.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s office announced Tuesday that the mayor will be delivering the sermon at the Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre this Sunday.
Denver First Lady Mary Louise Lee launched her “Bringing Back the Arts” initiative in March.
Denver’s First Lady Mary Louise Lee loves the holidays. She also loves saving money and loves the arts.
Denver’s first lady, Mary Louise Lee, helped kick off the holiday season by singing a few tunes on the 16th Street Mall Monday morning.
Denver Arts Week kicks off with the First Friday Art Walk in all the art districts around the Denver metro area. CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody has a preview of what the week will bring.
Mayor-elect Michael Hancock’s wife, Mary Louise Lee, has big plans for the city when she becomes First Lady of Denver. Lee is a locally-acclaimed actress and vocalist who is used to being in the spotlight.