5 Ways to Experience Art in March

And it is March again!  This past year — for better or worse — flew by.  Take the opportunity to welcome March 2021 with open arms and enjoy the spring weather with some amazing experiences we have for you this month.  

As a reminder, there is no need to scour Denver’s event calendars, as we have researched the best art and culture events for you in March – all of which can be done from the comfort of your own home, or socially distanced and with a mask! From new exhibitions at local galleries to online lectures, there is something for every kind of art-lover in our 5 Ways to Experience Art this month roundup:

 

 

Month of Photography Denver

Now – March 30th

Where: multiple locations and times

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This month is action packed with exhibits and events that celebrate the art of photography. Not only are events ongoing throughout the month, but they are also being hosted throughout Colorado From gallery exhibits to outdoor showcases, there is something for every interest in this biennial festival. Be sure to check out the link for a full list of experiences. 

Image Credit: Image taken from https://www.mopdenver.com/thebigpicture2019/m7h74z2jckm3bepozkgu9nulndmv48.

 

The Museum for Black Girls

Now – March 30th 

Where: 1421 26th Street, Denver

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Created by Charlie Billingsley, this exhibit was created as a safe space to celebrate Black women. The pop-up gallery features immersive pieces that are “ultimately a celebration of self love. The aesthetic of the exhibits is vibrant and shows our evolution from the beginning until now…through the lens of Black women.”

Image Credit: Image taken from theknow.denverpost.com provided by SideCar PR.

 

BENEATH THE SURFACE: A Study of Self by Sarah Darlene Palmeri

Saturday, March 6th, 6:00PM – 9:00PM

Where: RedLine Satellite: S*Park Pop Up/ 2570 Lawrence Street, Denver 

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Immerse your senses with this solo exhibit where Palmeri challenges you through abstract designs, animation, and sound. “Palmeri is drawing a connection between her visual arts practice and meditation and how both encourage a regrounding in the body as a portal to deeper self-reflection.” This exhibit is a timed entry with reservations required and will most likely book out, so make sure to rsvp as soon as you see this! 

 

Viktor Frešo’s solo exhibition: Birth of Self and the Complexity of Ego 

Thursday, March 13th – April 24th 

Where: K Contemporary: 1412 Wazee St, Denver 

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This is one unique exhibit that you don’t want to miss checking out.  “Frešo creates sophisticated concepts and projects, presenting them as seemingly simple ‘pieces of art.’  Much of his work reflects some version of a self-portrait, focused on the authentic self and challenging the usual ways of presenting self-portraiture in art. His work also raises debates about stereotypes of perception of art and values of artistic operation.”  

Image Credit: Image courtesy of K Contemporary.

 

Denver Art Museum: Paris to Hollywood

March 14th – July 18th 

Where: Denver Art Museum: 100 W 14th Ave. Pkwy, Denver

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Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck presents 100 ensembles—by 15 different couturiers and designers from around the world—from the wardrobe of Parisian writer, philanthropist, and fashion influencer Véronique Peck. There is a special member preview on March 12th and 13th, so be sure to click the link to find out more and reserve your spot!