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Metropolitan State College of Denver - Center for Visual Art

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Located downtown in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District, the CVA boasts more than 5,000 square feet of contemporary gallery and classroom spaces for meetings. Inclusions: free parking for up to 15 vehicles, tables, chairs, linens, PA system, kitchen, generous staging areas.

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  • Facility & Décor Description: Located downtown in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District, the CVA boasts more than 5000 square feet of contemporary gallery and classroom spaces for meetings and special events. Inclusions: free parking for up to 25 vehicles, tables, chairs, linens, PA system, kitchen, generous staging areas.
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  • Blocks to CCC: 13
  • Miles to CCC: 1.4
  • Miles to airport: 28
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  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 300
  • Indoor Fire Code: 300
  • Onsite Parking Spaces: 25
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  • Group Activities Description: The CVA is free and open to the public and offers a full schedule of changing exhibitions of significant local, regional and international contemporary art. Tours are available upon request. Group size limitations are based on the current exhbition.
  • Hours: Hours: TUE - SAT: 12:00PM to 5:00PM

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  • Description Located downtown in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District, the CVA boasts more than 5000 square feet of contemporary gallery and classroom spaces for meetings and special events. Inclusions: free parking for up to 25 vehicles, tables, chairs, linens, PA system, kitchen, generous staging areas.
  • Total Sq. Ft. 5000
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  • Type of Venue Gallery/Museum, Special Events Venue
  • Type of Event Reception, Banquet, Meeting Classroom
  • Number of Rooms 1
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  • Total Sq. Ft.: 5000
  • Theater Capacity: 15
  • Classroom Capacity: 30
  • Banquet Capacity: 300
  • Reception Capacity: 300

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965 Gallery, a student-run gallery within the CVA, will feature a photography exhibition – concurrent with Presence – of four artists exploring natural environments and their relation to them. Artists include MSU Denver student Andrew...

Resound: Reverberation Between Artist & Place <p>965 Gallery, a student-run gallery within the CVA, will feature a photography exhibition &#8211; concurrent with <em><a title="Home » Metropolitan State University of Denver » MSU Denver Home » Center for Visual Art » Exhibitions » Presence-Reflections-on-the-Middle-East" href="http://msudenver.edu/cva/exhibitions/presence-reflections-on-the-middle-east/">Presence</a></em> &#8211; of four artists exploring natural environments and their relation to them. Artists include MSU Denver student Andrew Duffy, MSU Denver alumni Kristin Buck, and Colorado artists Cori Storb and Michael Sandoval.</p> <p> </p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 965 Santa Fe Dr., Denver, CO 80204
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This exhibition of more than 60 photo-based works reflect the tension inherent in the presence, or absence, of people in a place, whether in their native land or abroad. Organized by the CVA, Presence: Reflections on the Middle East features 12...

Presence: Reflections on the Middle East exhibition <p>This exhibition of more than 60 photo-based works reflect the tension inherent in the presence, or absence, of people in a place, whether in their native land or abroad. Organized by the CVA, Presence: Reflections on the Middle East features 12 artists living in the U.S. and abroad.</p> <p>The artists, all who are affected by the Middle East diaspora of the past 20 years, explore what it means to leave something, and in some cases, someone, behind, whether by choice or by force, and how cultural heritage and the past are interwoven with the present. Through controlling placement and context of the figure, along with the subtleties of obscurity, these artists preserve identity, relationship and agency.</p> <p>Photography has been theorized and argued many different ways, but there is usually no disagreement about its power in relationship to memories and the past. Since its invention, photography has been tied to the notion of the trace. Often, a presence is felt most acutely through its absence. Photographs, either directly or indirectly, contain the trace of what came before.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

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