Just because some might say it’s the end of American Democracy doesn’t mean you can’t check out some art, film, and dance this weekend in Boulder and Denver. What is there left to lose?
Hands on Art
Artist Ann Cunningham uses slate as her medium to create tactile art for the blind to experience. The “Tactile Art” exhibit also features art from students from Arapahoe Community College as part of a continued partnership with the Colorado Center for the Blind. Reception is Saturday, Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. at 1850 Table Mesa Drive.
The 39th annual Denver Film FestivalDenver Film Festival runs through Nov. 13 and that leaves plenty of time to catch a feature flick. As one of the most diverse film festivals in the nation, The Denver Film Festival offers something for everyone: documentaries, blockbusters, world cinema, music videos, shorts, and indie films. For tickets and show times, visit the DFF website.
Dance the Pain Away
The “Everybody’s Free dance party” will kick off At Grandma’s House on South Broadway in Denver on Saturday Nov. 12 at 9 p.m. Denver DJ Erin Stereo will be joined by DJ DogBoy and DJ Soulrane for a night of house music, 80s and disco. The show is 21 and up and admission is $5.