Calendar of events

Friday, March 22

Happiness Hour Meditation

5:45 AM
Unwind from your week with a mindfulness meditation session in the galleries of the Denver Art Museum, led by our partners from the Kadampa Meditation Center. Whether you are a first-timer to meditation or enjoy a regular practice, all are welcome to join in on this "happiness hour" of relaxation, reflection, and quiet calm. Chairs, yoga mats, and meditation cushions provided. No registration necessary, but space is limited

Joy! by Betsy Margolius

8:00 AM
1801 California, Denver, CO 80202 February 4 - June 28, 2019

PROFESSIONAL IMMERSION FRIDAYS

11:00 AM
Experience Alumia Institute as you immerse yourself in our Kynemics program!

Walker Fine Art MOP Exhibition ELEMENTS

11:00 AM
Through varying elements of photography, from traditional silver gelatin prints to a 3D augmented reality installation, this group exhibition will display the four basic elements that command the natural world. Showcasing earth, air, fire and water, these artists attempt to capture the essence of movement over time through patterns, capturing the splendor of motion to demonstrate the forceful power that keeps us at the mercy of the elements

Cultivation: Work by Rochelle Dammel and Alissa Davies @ Core New Art Space

12:00 PM
Abstract process painters Alissa Davies and Rochelle Dammel’s Cultivation shows how the influence of relocation and determination to stay in the moment reveals complex stories of underlying emotion.

AESOP

5:30 PM
The Simpich Showcase Theatre now visits, celebrates and, at times, rethinks the immortal Fables of Aesop in a unique amalgamation of over ten of the stories.

DIO presents Bartók's "Bluebeard's Castle"

7:00 PM
Explore the realms of the subconscious in this exciting collaboration between Denver Immersive Opera, Whitney Waugh Dance, and artist Chris Bagley

One World Singers present

7:30 PM
Concert featuring a 50s Cabaret with a soda shop theme

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

This is the hilarious story of Monty Navarro, an heir to a family fortune who sets out to jump the line of succession by—you guessed it—eliminating the eight pesky relatives who stand in his way. All the while Monty has to juggle his mistress, his fiancée and the constant threat of landing behind bars! Of course, it will all be worth it if he can slay his way to his inheritance… and be done in time for tea! February 8 through March 24 at Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St., Aurora, 80010.

Natura Obscura

Designed and produced by Museum of Outdoor Arts and Prismajic, Natura Obscura is an immersive arts experience featuring more than 30 Colorado-based artists and creatives.

“The Basque Things in Life” at The BiTSY Stage

What happens when you leave behind your homeland to settle someplace new? Join us as we meet a Basque family who is struggling to make a new life in Idaho without losing the parts of themselves they’ve always known and loved. The magic of their culture just may hold the key to their success. March 1 – April 14, Fri. at 7:30 p.m.; Sat. at Noon. and 2 p.m. and Sun. at Noon. Admission is Free/Donations accepted - Reservations are required at www.bitsystage.com

Saturday, March 23

Happiness Hour Meditation

5:45 AM
Unwind from your week with a mindfulness meditation session in the galleries of the Denver Art Museum, led by our partners from the Kadampa Meditation Center. Whether you are a first-timer to meditation or enjoy a regular practice, all are welcome to join in on this "happiness hour" of relaxation, reflection, and quiet calm. Chairs, yoga mats, and meditation cushions provided. No registration necessary, but space is limited

Joy! by Betsy Margolius

8:00 AM
1801 California, Denver, CO 80202 February 4 - June 28, 2019

Join us in celebrating sustainability and pets

9:00 AM
Join us in celebrating the arrival of Spring in Colorado Springs, where we offer a wealth of fun, activities, shopping, seminars, food and pet appreciation for individuals and families.

Bug Safari

11:00 AM
Meet invertebrates from environments around the globe; hear about their characteristics, where and how they live, and why they are important in our world.

Walker Fine Art MOP Exhibition ELEMENTS

11:00 AM
Through varying elements of photography, from traditional silver gelatin prints to a 3D augmented reality installation, this group exhibition will display the four basic elements that command the natural world. Showcasing earth, air, fire and water, these artists attempt to capture the essence of movement over time through patterns, capturing the splendor of motion to demonstrate the forceful power that keeps us at the mercy of the elements

Cultivation: Work by Rochelle Dammel and Alissa Davies @ Core New Art Space

12:00 PM
Abstract process painters Alissa Davies and Rochelle Dammel’s Cultivation shows how the influence of relocation and determination to stay in the moment reveals complex stories of underlying emotion.

AESOP

2:30 PM
The Simpich Showcase Theatre now visits, celebrates and, at times, rethinks the immortal Fables of Aesop in a unique amalgamation of over ten of the stories.

DIO presents Bartók's "Bluebeard's Castle"

7:00 PM
Explore the realms of the subconscious in this exciting collaboration between Denver Immersive Opera, Whitney Waugh Dance, and artist Chris Bagley

One World Singers present

7:30 PM
Concert featuring a 50s Cabaret with a soda shop theme
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