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Niza Knoll Gallery LLC

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Bold, vibrant, moving, gallery exhibits art from the unknown emerging artist to the national artist. From sculpture, photography and painting, from conceptual, contemporary to abstract, each artist and exhibition will be a new experience for the visitor.

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  • Hours: Wed-Thurs: 1pm-5pm First & Third Fri: 4pm-8pm Other Fri: 1pm-5pm Sat: 1pm-4pm
  • Miles to airport: 24.7
  • Blocks to CCC: 8
  • Miles to CCC: 1
  • Indoor Fire Code: 75
  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 75
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  • Activities/Tours for Leisure/Business groups:
  • Group Activities Description: Guided tours conducted year round. Tour is approximately 60-90 minutes. Accessible for guests with disabilities. Available to groups of 10 - 25 for $5.00 per person. Meet and talk to local artists and see their studios, also visit several nearby art galleries. Demonstrations and art classes are available for a nominal fee. Advance reservations required. Wednesday through Saturday afternoons. Call or e-mail to arrange tour.

Meeting Facilities

Facility Info
Meeting Rooms
  • Description Stylish and contemporary, with changing exhibitions of sophisticated, original artwork, Niza Knoll Gallery’s 1,200 sq. ft. space is perfect for hosting an informal event for 50 to 75 guests. A caterers’ prep area makes it easy!
  • Total Sq. Ft. 1200
  • Catering Any licensed caterer
  • Type of Venue Gallery/Museum
  • Type of Event Reception, Meeting Classroom
  • Number of Rooms 1
Main Gallery
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 1200
  • Classroom Capacity: 40
  • Reception Capacity: 75

Events

Apr 20, 2019

Niza Knoll watched the march of Neo-Nazis on Charlottesville, North Carolina in August of 2017 and became alarmed. As a descendant of family members who were lost to the Holocaust and whose father escaped and survived, she was physically...

INTOLERANCE: Tales of Loss, Survival and Perseverance <p>Niza Knoll watched the march of Neo-Nazis on Charlottesville, North Carolina in August of 2017 and became alarmed. As a descendant of family members who were lost to the Holocaust and whose father escaped and survived, she was physically shaken that some 80 years later in the United States of America, the same rhetoric of intolerance that started a genocide was in full display.</p> <p>As an artist, she poured those anxieties into her artwork and invited other, like-minded artist to reflect on the same theme.</p> 915 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

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