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MCA DENVER -- Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

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The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver offers MCA Cafe and rooftop deck for private rentals with access to current exhibitions. MCA Café offers a Brazilian Cherry wood interior and views of downtown Denver. The rooftop deck hosts a south-facing outdoor bar along with June S. Gates multilevel garden.

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  • Facility & Décor Description: The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver offers MCA Cafe and rooftop deck for private rentals with access to current exhibitions. MCA Café offers a Brazilian Cherry wood interior and views of downtown Denver. The rooftop deck hosts a south-facing outdoor bar along with June S. Gates multilevel garden.
  • Number of Restaurants on site: 1
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  • Hours: Tues-Thurs: 12pm-7pm Fri: 12pm-9pm Sat-Sun: 10am-5pm
  • Miles to airport: 24
  • Blocks to CCC: 6
  • Indoor Fire Code: 175
  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 175
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  • Activities/Tours for Leisure/Business groups:
  • Group Activities Description: Tours are available by request through our Education Coordinator.
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  • LEED Certified:
  • Green Practice Desc: recycle; green cleaning supplies; green water filtration practices; low flush toliets; cafe offers local products

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  • Description The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver offers MCA Cafe and rooftop deck for private rentals with access to current exhibitions. MCA Café offers a Brazilian Cherry wood interior and views of downtown Denver. The rooftop deck hosts a south-facing outdoor bar along with June S. Gates multilevel garden.
  • Total Sq. Ft. 1100
  • Catering In-house or preferred list
  • Type of Venue Gallery/Museum
  • Type of Event Reception, Meeting Theatre , Meeting Classroom
  • Banquet Capacity 150
  • Number of Rooms 1
MCA Cafe
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 1100
  • Theater Capacity: 60
  • Classroom Capacity: 40
  • Banquet Capacity: 48
  • Reception Capacity: 60
MCA Cafe and Rooftop
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 2600
  • Reception Capacity: 175

Events

FEMINISM & CO. WEEKEND
May 25, 2017 - May 27, 2017

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Feminism & Co.: Art, Sex, Politics celebrates ten years of exploring culture through the lens of gender with a three-day festival, including lectures, exhibition openings, and an all-day music and performance bonanza. Thursday, May 25 Women &...

FEMINISM & CO. WEEKEND <p>Feminism &amp; Co.: Art, Sex, Politics celebrates ten years of exploring culture through the lens of gender with a three-day festival, including lectures, exhibition openings, and an all-day music and performance bonanza.</p> <p><br />Thursday, May 25 Women &amp; Culture: 10 Years of Fem &amp; Co. - Talk + Performance.</p> <p>7&#8211;8:30PM | $5 Member / $10 Nonmembers</p> <p>Elissa Auther and Gillian Silverman reflect together on the past decade of feminism, and how the movement has gone from being a malediction to a popular phenomenon. Featuring: XX: Where's the Power?—a dance performance by Lauren Beale, Ondine Geary, Brooke McNamara, and Kate Speer. Adult content.</p> <p><br />Friday, May 26 Opening of Jenny Morgan SKINDEEP &amp; Derrick Velasquez Obstructed View</p> <p>6&#8211;9PM | Members FREE -RSVP Mandatory | Nonmembers $5*</p> <p>*All gate revenue will benefit The Women’s Bean Project &amp; The Center Membership will be verified at check-in.</p> <p><br />Saturday, May 27 Fem &amp; Co. Festival</p> <p>Daytime | 10AM&#8211;5PM | ALL AGES | $10 Member / $15 Nonmembers | 18 and Under FREE - No ticket required.</p> <p>Performances by:</p> <p>Tacocat<br />Wheelchair Sports Camp<br />Great American House Fire<br />Mirror Fears<br />The Maybe So’s<br />Music from Girls Rock Denver and Youth on Record</p> <p>Plus</p> <p>A burlesque cereal bar<br />Nail Bar by Tootsies The Nail Shoppe<br />Make your own buttons and zines<br />Build a working synthesizer<br />Learn to beatbox<br />And exhibition tours led by teenagers<br />Of course, free tacos by Illegal Pete’s</p> <p>Nighttime | 7PM&#8211;MIDNIGHT | 21+ | $10 Member / $15 Members</p> <p>Everybody’s Free* Dance Party</p> <p>With guest bartender Brittany Wangsness<br />Start with Pussy Bros comedy hour<br />And an aerobic performance from Werk Out Palace<br />Stay for Everybody's Free Dance Party with DJs Erin Stereo and L.A. Zwicky<br />Late-night tarot reading<br />Combo Ticket | Access to Daytime + Nighttime | 21+ $18 Members / $23 Nonmembers</p> <p>TO ACCESS MEMBER DISCOUNT TICKETS:<br />1. Click 'Enter Promotional Code'<br />2. Enter your primary email address (the one you receive MCA Denver communications at)<br />If you encounter any issues, or just signed up for membership, email ticketing@mcadenver.org</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

B-SIDE MUSIC FRIDAY
Jun 2, 2017 - Aug 25, 2017

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This is a serious question: who doesn't like listening to live music from local Denver bands on the best rooftop in Denver with a refreshing refreshment in hand? Seriously, if you know anyone who doesn't think that's a good time, can you make sure to...

B-SIDE MUSIC FRIDAY <p>This is a serious question: who doesn't like listening to live music from local Denver bands on the best rooftop in Denver with a refreshing refreshment in hand? Seriously, if you know anyone who doesn't think that's a good time, can you make sure to tell them NOT to come to MCA Denver's Friday night summer B-Side Series. They'll hate it. Oh, also make sure to mention that the sunsets are so breathtakingly majestic up there on the roof, that relaxation and inspiration is bound to permeate the soul. They'll just hate it.</p> <p>If you do think that sounds pretty good, check out the lineup and get ready to SUMMER.</p> <p>B-Side Music Fridays is a rooftop summer music series focused on presenting the best emerging Denver bands.</p> <p>Every Friday 5-10PM | Happy Hour 5-7PM | Music 7-9PM</p> <p>Free with museum admission. Only $5 after 5PM. Members always free.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
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MCA Denver is excited to host Read Out Loud at the museum in conjunction with The Stacks exhibition in the Open Shelf Library. Read Out Loud, originated by Caryn Keffer, creates a free forum in which participants read something—anything—of their...

Read Out Loud Session 3 <p>MCA Denver is excited to host Read Out Loud at the museum in conjunction with The Stacks exhibition in the Open Shelf Library. Read Out Loud, originated by Caryn Keffer, creates a free forum in which participants read something—anything—of their choice out loud. The program riffs on children’s story time, poetry readings, and book talks. Read Out Loud differs from these events, however, in its democratic nature. All attendees read, and all readers listen. Without rules or a predetermined reading order, participants govern each session themselves. Sometimes readers introduce or explain their chosen material, and sometimes participants engage with one another in discussions about readings. The variety of material shared at each session, the changing roster of readers, and the non-hierarchical nature of the gatherings ensure that every Read Out Loud is unique.</p> <p>We will host 5 different sessions throughout the summer and welcome 20 participants at each session. To allow everyone who is interested in attending Read Out Loud the chance to do so, we ask that you only register for one of the dates listed below. You must register in order to participate (registration is free). You will receive an email confirming your registration with additional details about the program.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 1485 Delgany St., Denver, CO 80202
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MCA Denver is excited to host Read Out Loud at the museum in conjunction with The Stacks exhibition in the Open Shelf Library. Read Out Loud, originated by Caryn Keffer, creates a free forum in which participants read something—anything—of their...

Read Out Loud Session 4 <p>MCA Denver is excited to host Read Out Loud at the museum in conjunction with The Stacks exhibition in the Open Shelf Library. Read Out Loud, originated by Caryn Keffer, creates a free forum in which participants read something—anything—of their choice out loud. The program riffs on children’s story time, poetry readings, and book talks. Read Out Loud differs from these events, however, in its democratic nature. All attendees read, and all readers listen. Without rules or a predetermined reading order, participants govern each session themselves. Sometimes readers introduce or explain their chosen material, and sometimes participants engage with one another in discussions about readings. The variety of material shared at each session, the changing roster of readers, and the non-hierarchical nature of the gatherings ensure that every Read Out Loud is unique.</p> <p>We will host 5 different sessions throughout the summer and welcome 20 participants at each session. To allow everyone who is interested in attending Read Out Loud the chance to do so, we ask that you only register for one of the dates listed below. You must register in order to participate (registration is free). You will receive an email confirming your registration with additional details about the program.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 1485 Delgany St., Denver, CO 80202
  • Image Free

MCA Denver is excited to host Read Out Loud at the museum in conjunction with The Stacks exhibition in the Open Shelf Library. Read Out Loud, originated by Caryn Keffer, creates a free forum in which participants read something—anything—of their...

Read Out Loud Session 5 <p>MCA Denver is excited to host Read Out Loud at the museum in conjunction with The Stacks exhibition in the Open Shelf Library. Read Out Loud, originated by Caryn Keffer, creates a free forum in which participants read something—anything—of their choice out loud. The program riffs on children’s story time, poetry readings, and book talks. Read Out Loud differs from these events, however, in its democratic nature. All attendees read, and all readers listen. Without rules or a predetermined reading order, participants govern each session themselves. Sometimes readers introduce or explain their chosen material, and sometimes participants engage with one another in discussions about readings. The variety of material shared at each session, the changing roster of readers, and the non-hierarchical nature of the gatherings ensure that every Read Out Loud is unique.</p> <p>We will host 5 different sessions throughout the summer and welcome 20 participants at each session. To allow everyone who is interested in attending Read Out Loud the chance to do so, we ask that you only register for one of the dates listed below. You must register in order to participate (registration is free). You will receive an email confirming your registration with additional details about the program.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

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