Father's Day is Sunday, June 20, 2021. Even with social distancing, you can still plan a special day for your dad in The Mile High City! Here are a few ideas to get you started, plus great hotel deals if you're traveling to Denver to spend time with dad. Please check with any venues first to make sure they are open.

SPECIAL EVENTS & FESTIVALS

BLACK LOVE MURAL FESTIVAL

Thru Aug. 2, 2021
Watch artists paint colorful murals in Denver's Civic Center Park! Every weekend leading up to Juneteenth, the group will host live paintings, workshops and activations.

JUNETEENTH MUSIC FESTIVAL

June 18–20, 2021
Each year, Five Points — a historic district formerly known as the “Harlem of the West” — hosts Juneteenth, a celebration of African-American culture. Listen to the sounds of hip-hop, R&B, blues, soul and jazz.

DAIRY AT THE BANDSHELL: COLORADO BRAZILFEST 

June 18–19, 2021
Nearby Boulder hosts a celebration of all things Brazil at the beloved outdoor Boulder Bandshell

FRIDAY NIGHT BAZAAR

June 18, 2021
Enjoy an evening of shopping, sipping and mingling in the River North Art District! The Friday Night BAZAAR features more than 40 local vendors, food trucks, craft beer and cocktails, and live music. Entry is free and everyone is welcome! 

GLAMP AF MARKET

June 18–20, June 25–27, July 2–4 and July 9–11, 2021
Gear up to explore the Rockies this summer! The Glamp AF Market is a collection of vendors specializing in stylish outdoor accessories and apparel focused on camping, hiking, biking and fishing.

JUNETEENTH PARADE

June 19, 2021
Be a part of one of Denver's longest-running parades, dating back to the 1950s. Nearly 3,000 people march in the Juneteenth Parade each year to honor the struggles and social progress achieved through marches and demonstrations organized for freedom, justice, and equality in our country's history.

STAY WILD MARKET

WHEN: June 19, 2021
Camping, hiking, biking, rafting and more — Colorado knows the outdoors! Gear up for all your summer adventures with wares from Colorado's best outdoor adventure brands at Ironton Distillery & Crafthouse. Once you shop from local outdoor brands, pick up a bottle of Switchback Single Malt Whiskey, which comes in an adventure-ready, reusable aluminum bottle. Entry to the market is free!

OUTDOOR FUN 

Denver Zoo – With more than 3,500 animals on 84 gorgeous acres, Denver Zoo is an amazing experience year-round. 

Denver Botanic Gardens – One of the top five botanic gardens in the nation, Denver Botanic Gardens is an oasis in the city. Meanwhile, Chatfield Farms, located in nearby Littleton, takes pride in its exemplary nature preserve and gardens. 

Hudson Gardens – Enjoy thirty acres of natural beauty offering recreational, educational, and social opportunities for all ages. 

Denver Street Art – Denver street artists have been busy brightening (and enlightening) the urban landscape for decades by making canvases of the city’s alleyways, building exteriors, warehouses, garage doors and storefronts.

Museum of Outdoor Arts – Despite the name, MOA's Englewood collection includes both outdoor sculptures as well as indoor exhibits, including the always-popular Cabinet of Curiosities.

Farmers' Markets – Pick up fresh produce, meat, eggs, breads and more, plus chef demos. 

Outdoor Movies – From classic drive-in theaters to movies in the park. 

Bike Rides – See why Denver is a paradise for cyclists by going for a ride on the vast network of paved paths.

City Parks – Head for the green space at the city's many public parks. 

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre – Carved from towering red rock monuments, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre in Morrison is one of the world's most renowned concert venues. The surrounding park has hiking trails that weave in, around and over the colorful red rocks.

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS

COLORADO ROCKIES V. MILWAUKEE BREWERS

June 17–20, 2021
Grab dad and head to Coors Field to cheer on the Colorado Rockies as they take on the Milwaukee Brewers!

MUSIC, FILM & PERFORMING ARTS

'AFTER THE FLOOD'

June 17–19, 2021 
"After the Flood" takes guests on a 1.5-mile journey through the nation's first urban floodplain park. It's a site tied closely to the worst natural disaster in Denver's history: the South Platte flood of 1965. The work is a collaboration between Control Group, The Playground Ensemble and visual artist Adrienne DeLoe, featuring live dance, theatre and music created collaboratively by the ensemble. Experience it at South Platte Park in Littleton

CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES WITH THE COLORADO SYMPHONY

June 17–20, 2021 
Your Colorado Symphony is pleased to reprise its series of open-air, outdoor chamber music concerts under the glass in the DPAC/Denver Performing Arts Complex Galleria. Small ensembles will perform soaring classical repertoire for you to enjoy in a safe, physically distanced manner.

JUNETEENTH R&B SUMMER KICK OFF

June 18, 2021 
This "cookout" style, family-friendly event at Levitt Pavilion will be an evening of soulful sounds from local talent and headliner, 112. Doors open at 5:30 pm and guests are encouraged to show up early, equipped with blankets and lawn chairs to comfortably enjoy the grounds, take in the sunset and dance well into the evening.

FILM ON THE ROCKS DRIVE-IN: 'INDIANA JONES AND THE RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK'

June 18, 2021 
Watch the adventures of everyone's favorite archaeologist from the comfort of your car in the Lower South parking lot of Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre. All tickets include a bag of CityPop Popcorn, a theater-size box of plain M&M's, Twizzlers and two Coke products (choice of Coke, Diet Coke or Sprite; Dasani bottled water upon availability). 

COMEDY NIGHT

June 18, 2021 
Enjoy a comedy performance at the Recreation Center at Southridge in Highlands Ranch featuring Comedy Works' Elliot Woolsey!  

HOLD THE LINE: A TRIBUTE TO TOTO

June 18, 2021 
Hold The Line performs all the biggest hits and surprises of legendary ToTo at the Soiled Dove

DAIRY DRIVE-IN: SANS SOUCI FESTIVAL OF DANCE CINEMA (ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE)

June 18–19, 2021 
All the World’s a Stage at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder where you'll see a collection of films featuring exquisite performances and stunning cinematography. It opens with three shorts, two of which won Audience Choice Awards in 2020. The anchor of the program is a feature-length film that chronicles the making of a one-night-only performance by three local artists performing different ancient art forms and weaving into the fabric of the Colorado community. 

UMPHREY’S MCGEE

June 18–20, 2021 
Jam out for three nights with Umphrey's McGee at Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre in Morrison.

FILM ON THE ROCKS DRIVE-IN: 'INDEPENDENCE DAY'

June 19, 2021 
Watch Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum attempt to save the planet from an alien invasion from the comfort of your car in the Lower South parking lot of Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre. All tickets include a bag of CityPop Popcorn, a theatre-size box of plain M&M's, Twizzlers and two Coke products (choice of Coke, Diet Coke or Sprite; Dasani bottled water upon availability). 

BETWIXT AND BETWEEN

June 20, 2021 
Enjoy a program of five dances by Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, including the premiere of "Betwixt and Between", an eerie dance for seven created in the blurred landscape between fear and hope; a place where we have been suspended for so many months. 

FILM ON THE ROCKS DRIVE-IN: 'THE SHINING'

June 20, 2021 
It'll be a night of terror, but you'll be safe in the comfort of your car in the Lower South parking lot of Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre. All tickets include a bag of CityPop Popcorn, a theatre-size box of plain M&M's, Twizzlers and two Coke products (choice of Coke, Diet Coke or Sprite; Dasani bottled water upon availability). 

SHOUT! THE MOD MUSICAL

June 16–20, 2021
The Denver Comedy Lounge at Colorado Sake Co. features the best local and national comedy talent with two shows back to back every Friday. Enjoy full-service dining from Denver Sushi House and Colorado Sake!

COMEDY SHOWCASE

Thru June 25, 2021 (Fridays)
The Denver Comedy Lounge at Colorado Sake Co. features the best local and national comedy talent with two shows back to back every Friday. Enjoy full-service dining from Denver Sushi House and Colorado Sake!

COMEDY SHOWS DENVER

Thru June 25, 2021 (Fridays)
Get your comedy fix with not one but TWO comedy shows every Friday night at Dangerous Theatre. This show is for viewers 18+ due to language, sexual subject matter and possible nudity.

COLORADO WONDERLAND

June 18–July 3, 2021 
Freshly off the orphan train, Alice follows the white rabbit down a hole steeped in mystery and adventure. Come see first hand the marvelous, the curious, and curiouser in this newly imagined tale inspired by Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. This immersive walk will debut new works and collaborations from professional circus, movement and music artists from Northern Colorado and beyond at a secluded homestead in Fort Collins.

COLORADO SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL: 'A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM'

June 18–20, June 25–26, July 2–3, July 11, July 14–15, July 18, July 23–24, July 29–30, Aug. 4, Aug. 6–7, Aug. 11–12 and Aug. 15, 2021
Lift your spirits with a summer-long party! In this glam run of Shakespeare's electric comedy, the paths of four young lovers, some feuding fairies, a mischievous sprite and a troupe of bumbling actors collide. Join them in the forest as enchanting and peculiar schemes unfold across one unforgettable midsummer night. See it at the Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre in Boulder.

DISTORTIONS MONSTER WORLD

Thru Dec. 31, 2021
Ready to get up close and personal with the things that go bump in the night? Come to Distortions Monster World (if you dare) at Denver Pavilions, where surprises will greet you around every corner on an out-of-this-world interactive adventure. This series of cinematic environments featuring immersive installations and infamous creatures and characters will truly transport you to another place!

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS

FUTURE SELF STORAGE

Thru June 19, 2021
The disembodied plaster, clay and fiber figures in Laura Shill's sculptural installation reach, tumble and spill throughout Leon Gallery, resisting the vessels that try to contain them.

ALIKI MCCAIN AND NANCY ENYART

Thru June 19, 2021
Niza Knoll Gallery is proud to announce the next exhibit in the series featuring artists from The MIX Co-op: abstract painter Aliki McCain and clay artist Nancy Enyart.

MILE HIGH NATIONAL PASTEL EXHIBITION

Thru June 25, 2021
This show at the Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village is a wonderful representation of diverse methods, styles and visions! The medium of pastel is brilliantly luminous in the hands of different artists. Enjoy the bold colors, subtle rendering and expressive mark-making employed in this collection of artworks.

CHANGING LANDSCAPE

Thru June 26, 2021
On view at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, this collection of photographs from bodies of work by Adriene Hughes, Stephan Jahanshahi and Brad Temkin explores the natural landscape and opens our view to the adaptations of a place.

ANDREW JENSDOTTER | ROAD WORK

Thru June 26, 2021
K Contemporary is excited to showcase this solo exhibition by Denver-based artist Andrew Jensdotter. After a tumultuous year, during which the artist experienced a near-death health scare followed by the pandemic, Jensdotter's work is a reflection on his transitional states of being. 

COLORADO GOVERNOR’S ART SHOW & SALE

Thru June 26, 2021
The 30th annual Colorado Governor’s Art Show, one of the largest fine art shows to exclusively feature Colorado artists, introduces the public to 60 of Colorado’s top fine artists at the Loveland Museum. The show benefits Loveland and Thompson Valley Rotary-sponsored charitable projects and causes, including youth homeless assistance and youth art scholarships.

EMPOWERMENT

Thru June 26, 2021
This collaborative exhibition at RedLine Contemporary Art Center celebrates student work throughout the pandemic and movements towards social justice.

COLOR FIELDS - DEBORAH A ABBOTT

June 18–July 4, 2021
Abbott's is on a mission to save items from the landfill by reducing, reusing and upcycling material to make sustainable eco-conscious art. All the materials used in the making of this exhibition at Core New Art Space in Lakewood were saved from entering the waste stream. 

TENSION & RELEASE

Thru July 10, 2021
The conflict of tension and release is at the heart of the creative process; the interplay of these opposing elements adds intrigue and energy to the works of art. The six artist’s techniques in this exhibition at Walker Fine Art vary in medium and style, but synonymously address this idea of tension through natural, digital, mental and emotional realms. 

RADIANT SEASON: PAINTINGS BY KEVIN SLOAN

Thru July 11, 2021
Sloan's paintings elevate the often-overlooked plants, animals and discarded objects inhabiting the edges of the urban landscape: thistles, traffic cones, sparrows and the like. See it at Denver Botanic Gardens

ARTEMESIA PRESENTS: MEETING WITH THE GODDESS

Thru July 18, 2021
Who or what is the Goddess? This show asks the artists directly about their own intimate encounters with the divine feminine within themselves or throughout the world as we know it. See it at Artemesia Galerie.

ENDURING IMPRESSIONS: DEGAS, MONET, PISSARRO, AND THEIR PRINTMAKER GEORGE WILLIAM THORNLEY

Thru July 18, 2021
Impressionism is one of the most well-known movements in the history of art. This unique exhibit at Longmont Museum features original paintings, charcoal illustrations and prints by iconic impressionists like Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and Camille Pissarro. All three painters produced copious amounts of stunning lithographs in collaboration with printmaker George William Thornley. This exhibition is among the first to examine these remarkable relationships and to showcase the works that emerged from this influential moment in time.

PARIS TO HOLLYWOOD: THE FASHION AND INFLUENCE OF VÉRONIQUE AND GREGORY PECK

Thru July 18, 2021
A selection of haute couture, fashion sketches, photographs, film clips, family snapshots and documents will be exhibited publicly for the first time, providing a unique look into the style of one of Hollywood's most beloved couples. Through more than four decades of material from the 1950s to the 1990s, the presentation provides an overview of how fashion changed as the roles of women in society evolved in the 20th century. In conjunction with the exhibition, Véronique and Gregory's daughter, Cecilia Peck Voll, has gifted the Denver Art Museum 20 of her mother's iconic looks for the museum's collection.

GREGG DEAL: PYRAMID LAKE PAIUTE

Thru July 31, 2021
What does America mean to a person whose ancestors were insulted in its founding document? Gregg Deal of the Pyramid Lake Paiute leads an Indigenous exploration of what democracy means in Indian Country through his unique, dynamic works at History Colorado Center

SOMOS

Thru July 31, 2021
Domestic violence is an issue that affects everyone in our community. Museo de las Americas is joining forces with the Latina Safehouse and Art + Color to show a full exhibition about domestic violence, resilience and healing.

BENEATH THE SURFACE

Thru July 31, 2021
Beneath the Surface at William Havu Gallery features new work by Sheryl Zacharia.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY: WORKS FROM THE SBAI

Thru Aug. 15, 2021
From daffodils to daisies and buttercups to bananas, discover a world of yellow growing all around you through illustrations created by students and faculty of Denver Botanic Gardens' School of Botanical Art & Illustration (SBAI).

THE ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION: SELECTIONS FROM THE MOA COLLECTION

Thru Aug. 20, 2021
Founded in 1981, this year marks the 40th anniversary of the Museum of Outdoor Arts! To celebrate this milestone anniversary, MOA has acquired a single artwork from several of the exhibitions it has hosted over the years to create an eclectic, one-of-a-kind collection that tells the story of the museum's past.

EACH/OTHER: MARIE WATT AND CANNUPA HANSKA LUGER

Thru Aug. 22, 2021
This is the first exhibition to present together the work of Watt and Luger, two leading Indigenous contemporary artists whose processes focus on collaborative artmaking. The exhibition will feature 24 mixed-media sculptures, wall hangings and large-scale installation works, along with a monumental artist-guided community artwork. Although each artist's practice is rooted in collaboration, they have never before worked together or been exhibited alongside one another in a way that allows audiences to see both the similarities and contrasts in their work. See it at Denver Art Museum.

COLORADO IN THE PRESENT TENSE: NARKITA GOLD, RICK GRIFFITH, NATHAN HALL, AND MAIA RUTH LEE

Thru Aug. 22, 2021
This exhibition of site-specific responses, large-scale projects, photography, sculpture, sonic movements and works that may live beyond the four walls of a museum centers on how artists in Colorado are absorbing, responding to, grappling with and reimagining the upended world in which we presently find ourselves, from COVID-19 to Black Lives Matter, climate change and beyond. See it at MCA DENVER — Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

JAIME CARREJO: WAITING

Thru Aug. 22, 2021
This new installation by the Denver-based artist explores the relationship between confinement and duration. Through a layering of Southwestern symbolism, mid-century design and objects from his own domestic space, Carrejo offers an environment reminiscent of an interior waiting room and exterior courtyard. These settings intend to prompt reflection on various physical and psychological barriers experienced during the pandemic as well as also pose the question of what will come after this extended period of waiting. See it at MCA DENVER — Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

KEITH HARING: GRACE HOUSE MURAL

Thru Aug. 22, 2021
Recently excavated from its original site, this site-specific mural that Haring executed in 1983/84 for those living at Grace House, a Catholic youth center in Manhattan, now exists as a series of 13 panels and additional ephemera, including the original plaque, mailbox and two doors that Haring integrated into his design. See it at MCA DENVER — Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

SALVADOR DALÍ: GARDENS OF THE MIND

Thru Aug. 22, 2021 
Salvador Dalí: Gardens of the Mind features two rarely seen series of fanciful color lithographs of flowers and fruits on loan from The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mixing flora with the artist's signature motifs, these works underscore Dalí's ongoing infatuation with his native landscape of Catalonia and the intriguing images of his Surrealist works. See it at Denver Botanic Gardens.

BUILDING DENVER: VISIONS OF THE CAPITAL CITY

Thru Aug. 31, 2021
This exhibition at History Colorado Center shares the many visions for and stories of the growth, urban development and architecture of Denver from 1860 to today. It explores how civic leaders, designers and residents have steadily worked to bring their own visions of Denver to life by engaging the city's natural landscape, navigating the movement of people across the city and responding to a boom-and-bust economy.

EXPLORATION OF FIVE POINTS

Thru Sept. 1, 2021
In this exhibition, students and architects from the University of Colorado-Denver will explore the historic neighborhood of Five Points through the lens of the built environment. The project will culminate with a large installation in the atrium and on the front porch of the History Colorado Center and a Museum of Memory project showcasing the human stories and collective memory of this important neighborhood.

ANSEL ADAMS: MASTERWORKS

Thru Sept. 4, 2021
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is pleased to present 48 works from renowned photographer Ansel Adams.

STONEHENGE: ANCIENT MYSTERIES AND MODERN DISCOVERIES

Thru Sept. 6, 2021
After centuries of speculation, experts are finally starting to understand the mysteries of Stonehenge, thanks to archaeological excavations and advances in scientific techniques. Explore where, when, why, and perhaps most intriguing, how Stonehenge was built. See it at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

SIMPHIWE NDZUBE: ORACLES OF THE PINK UNIVERSE

June 13–Sept. 12, 2021
A genre first conceptualized in Latin America, magical realism infuses reality with elements of the fantastical. In the first U.S. solo museum exhibition for South African contemporary artist Simphiwe Ndzube, Oracles of the Pink Universe presents seven new immersive works exploring the interplay between magical realism and history. See it at Denver Art Museum.

ALL THE COSMOS A CANVAS

Thru Sept. 15, 2021
Drift deep into space and experience the majesty and wonder of our universe purely through images in this contemplative, aesthetic and introspective exhibition at Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

NUMBERS IN NATURE: A MIRROR MAZE

Thru Sept. 19, 2021
This immersive experience at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is hardly by the numbers. It beautifully illustrates how patterns surround us in nature, from the veins in a leaf to the spiral of a nautilus to the spots on a giraffe. Enjoy, fun hands-on activities to spot patterns in music, art, architecture and even your own body. 

LOOKING FORWARD/LOOKING BACK

Thru Sept. 19, 2021
Celebrate Historic Denver's 50th anniversary! Looking Forward/Looking Back relives the early days as Historic Denver began restoring the home of the "Unsinkable" Molly Brown and the beginnings of the Molly Brown House Museum, which for the first time allowed the public to enter Brown's Denver residence and learn about the mark she left on the world. 

A UNIQUE MOMENT IN MUSICAL HISTORY: BOB DYLAN AND JUDY COLLINS AT THE GILDED GARTER, SUMMER 1960

Thru Oct. 3, 2021
Take a walk down musical memory lane with this 60s-styled exhibit at the Gilpin History Museum in Central City

STORIES WE TELL: THE COLLECTION TWO WAYS

Thru Oct. 10, 2021
This exhibition digs deep into the Clyfford Still Museum's vaults to present the collection in two complementary but alternate ways as a means to understand how artworks and their meaning can change based upon curatorial strategy. It begins with a new chronological presentation in the first five galleries. In the remaining four rooms, the artworks are grouped into specific thematic categories regardless of their chronology. 

THE CIVIL WAR MONUMENT 'ON GUARD'

Thru Oct. 15, 2021
This monument stood in front of Colorado's State Capitol until it was toppled in June 2020 during protests for Black lives. Installed in 1909 to memorialize Colorado’s role in the Civil War, the monument holds multiple meanings for viewers today: a tribute to those who’ve served and sacrificed in the nation’s armed forces, a reminder of atrocities committed against Indigenous peoples, a symbol of white supremacy and injustice, a casualty of destructive lawlessness, and more. Lonnie Bunch, the first African American and first historian to serve as Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, said, "What you really want to do is use the statues as teachable moments. Some of these need to go. But others need to be taken into a park, into a museum, into a warehouse, and interpreted for people, because they're part of our history." See it at History Colorado Center.

SHIKI DREAMS BY PRISMAJIC

Thru Dec. 19, 2021
Shiki Dreams is the latest immersive adventure from Prismajic, the creators of 2019’s smash hit Natura Obscura. The multi-sensory immersive experience leads guests on a fun and mystical journey of exploration and discovery that combines art and technology in beautiful and amazing ways.

MUSEUM FOR BLACK GIRLS

Thru Dec. 31, 2021
"Black Girl Magic" is more than a buzzword or trend. It's the essence of Black women. The Museum for Black Girls is a space to celebrate this essence, as well as educate about the journey to their present state and liberation. Finally and most importantly, the museum serves as a love letter to Black women and their experience. This interactive pop-up gallery features multiple, vibrant exhibits. Visit at 1421 26th Street in Denver

EARTH ILLUMINATED

Thru Dec. 31, 2021
Earth Illuminated is an immersive experience where the natural world and digital media merge to take you on an ethereal journey. Wander through a 13,000-square-foot space showcasing our planet's beauty from air, land and sea. Explore a series of immersive environments and large-scale interactive art installations that change the way you experience art and nature at Denver Pavilions.

FORTY YEARS ON THE ’FAX

Thru Dec. 31, 2021
Take a nostalgic ride down Colfax, with stops at the quirky and memorable places that gave the street its worldwide reputation. See it at History Colorado Center.

BLACK IN DENVER

Thru Mar. 5, 2022
Narkita Gold is a Denver-based artist who's been honing her skills in digital photography since 2009. Her exhibition, Black in Denver, is a portrait and interview series that takes delves into Black life in Denver. See it at History Colorado Center.

STATE HISTORICAL FUND RETROSPECTIVE

Thru Apr. 30, 2022
This exhibit explores the rich contributions of History Colorado's State Historical Fund. Through the preservation of the built environment, the SHF has enhanced vibrant communities across the state for more than three decades.

NIGHT LIGHTS DENVER

Night Lights Denver features rotating content designed by local artists and the community and projected on the Arapahoe Street side of the Daniels & Fisher Tower every Thursday through Saturday evening.

VIRTUAL FUN

TINY TOTS - EXPLORE THE OUTDOORS

Thru July 1, 2021
Your kiddos will delight in the Tiny Tots virtual performances, musical online games and activity books for screen-free fun. They'll sing, dance and imagine along with the music performed by instruments of the orchestra and special guest artists. 

BINH DAHN: C.A.R.S ONLINE

Thru Aug. 25, 2021
The artist-curated C.A.R.S. Online series features past participants in the long-running Critic & Artist Residency Series at Colorado State University. In this virtual exhibition, Binh Danh investigates his Vietnamese heritage and our collective memory of war. His technique incorporates his invention of the chlorophyll printing process, in which photographic images appear embedded in leaves through the action of photosynthesis. 

JESS T. DUGAN: C.A.R.S ONLINE

Thru Sept. 30, 2021
The artist-curated C.A.R.S. Online series features past participants in the long-running Critic & Artist Residency Series at Colorado State University. In this virtual exhibition, Jess T. Dugan explores issues of identity through photographic portraiture. 

CMC PRESENTS: BANFF MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL WORLD TOUR

Thru Oct. 24, 2021
Get stoked for the 2021 presentation of the most outrageous, adventure-packed films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival. Follow along as some of the world's best adventurers and filmmakers hike tough trails, paddle wild waters and ski steep slopes. 

'UNTIL THE FLOOD'

Thru June 10, 2023
After the death of Michael Brown, The Ferguson Unrest shook the nation to its core and put a spotlight on police brutality and discrimination. Using extensive interviews she conducted herself, Pulitzer Prize finalist and Obie Award winner Dael Orlandersmith created eight fictional characters to represent the broad spectrum of perspectives that continue to define and divide our country at large.