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The Mile High City will put you in a festive mood. If you are looking for some new ways to celebrate Christmas with your friends and family, explore these holiday events. Don't miss out on great Denver hotel deals during the holiday weekend.

We strive to post the most current and accurate event information, but changes and cancellations do occur, so please check the official event website to confirm all details before attending.​

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FEATURED EVENTS

MERRY & BRIGHT LIGHTS SHOW—SANTA VISITS

WHEN: Thru Dec. 27; 5–10 p.m. (Merry & Bright Lights Show) 
WHERE: Denver Union Station
The Merry & Bright Lights show will once again transform the exterior façade of Denver’s landmark train station into a spectacular canvas spreading holiday cheer. You can see it each night of the season. Grab a wintry cocktail at the Miracle at Union Station, a whimsical pop-up cocktail bar. Meanwhile, Santa and Mrs. Claus will be making regular appearances at the station from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 5, 12 and 19

CHERRY CREEK NORTH WINTER WANDERLAND & MORE

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: Cherry Creek North
During Winter Wanderland, explore 16 sparkling blocks with more than a half-million lights and discover eight twinkling displays choreographed to music. New this year is an interactive art installation, "domino effect" by Creos, which will feature 120 brightly colored dominos, each with its own sound profile. And during Saturday Night Lights (Dec. 4, 11 and 18) stroll beneath 600 illuminated trees while enjoying free festive treats and entertainment.

The Mile High Tree, brought to you by presenting sponsor Modelo® USA

WHEN: Thru Jan. 1, 2022
WHERE: 16th Street Mall at Welton Street

Join in the free festivities at this festive holiday attraction, the Mile High Tree. It’s a brilliantly lit, 110-foot-tall immersive art installation that provides a dazzling lights-and-music show. 

ZOO LIGHTS

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Denver Zoo
It's official: Zoo Lights has been making magic, memories, and even marriages for 30 amazing years! Presented by Your Hometown Toyota Stores, this illuminating annual event transforms Denver Zoo into Colorado's WILDEST winter wonderland. Don't miss this year's historic celebration, with more than a million lights sparkling over 80 acres — plus a host of special measures to keep your family safe and healthy.

LUMINOVA HOLIDAYS

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park​
Making its Colorado debut, this family-friend event brings larger-than-life holiday displays and immersive experiences for all to enjoy. It features more than 3 million dazzling lights, a 65-foot-tall Christmas tree, a 25-foot-tall snowman that never melts, a 200-foot-long candy cane tunnel, giant ornaments, a wall of lights, rides on limited Elitch Gardens attractions, train rides for the kids (and the kids at heart), interactive activities like a light-up hopscotch, strolling holiday entertainers, Old Saint Nick and his elves, and more. 

TRAIL OF LIGHTS

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms
Stroll through the Colorado countryside along a winding path glistening with lights. Features this year include a three-sided light tunnel, illuminated antique and model tractors, a children's play area and warms holiday food and drink. Visitors must purchase a ticket online for a specific day and time.

HOLIDAY LIGHTS & SIGHTS TOUR

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Downtown Denver
This holiday season, embark on a fun-filled two-hour Denver holiday lights tour and take in all of the magic and cheer of this festive time of year in the Mile High City. Enjoy the unique history, architecture and beauty of Denver’s holiday lights and top sights at night with our Denver Walking Tours team for a limited-run Denver Holiday Lights experience! Besides getting the inside scoop on the famous and incredibly lit-up sights, you'll hear about holiday traditions that got their start right here in Denver and other fun Christmas stories that are sure to surprise you. New in 2021: Christmas Eve and Christmas Day tours available. 

BLOSSOMS OF LIGHT

WHEN: Thru Jan. 8, 2022 (closed Dec. 25, 2021)
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver Botanic Gardens is proud to host Blossoms of Light, an annual family-friendly event that has become a tradition for people across Colorado. Come interact with incredible light displays — a large field of sound-reactive, animated LED lights — plus sip warm drinks and nibble on tasty treats as you stroll. Pre-purchased timed tickets are required. 

2021 ANNUAL HOLIDAY LIGHTING 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 23, 2022; 5:45 p.m. and 6:45 p.m each night
WHERE: City & County of Denver​ Building
Each night at 5:45 p.m. and 6:45 p.m., an interactive holiday show will occur for 7–9 minutes, then the lights go to a static holiday look until 10:45 p.m.

NIGHT LIGHTS DENVER  

WHEN: Permanent installation
WHERE: Daniels & Fisher Tower
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 Tuesday through Sunday evening.

MORE HOLIDAY FUN

'GRANNY DANCES TO A HOLIDAY DRUM' 

WHEN: Dec. 11, 12, 18 & 19 (matinee shows 2 p.m.); Dec. 11, 16, 17 & 18 (evening shows 7:30 p.m.)
WHERE: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance

A Denver family tradition for 29 years, this incredible blend of dance, music, and spoken word lifts the spirit and fills the heart with joy, love, and peace! Even in challenging times, the magic of "Granny Dances to a Holiday Drum," presented by Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, continues. Guided by the Three Angels of the Rainbow, Granny visits Africa, the Americas, Mexico, Asia, and the Caribbean to celebrate the joy of Holiday Times! From the African Harvest to Kwanzaa, from the Chinese New Year to Junkanoo.... a celebration of both diversity and oneness!

SANTA'S FLIGHT ACADEMY

WHEN: Thru Dec. 24, 2021
WHERE: Cherry Creek Shopping Center
Your little ones can step inside a 22-foot-tall sleigh and experience the magical snowfall. They can also have their photos taken with Santa. Reservations are recommended. 

CHRISTMAS THREE-COURSE DINNER

WHEN: Dec. 24–25, 2021
WHERE: Downtown Aquarium 

Enjoy a quintessential holiday meal at this major attraction.

A HUDSON CHRISTMAS: EXTRAVAGANZA OF LIGHTS  

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021 (on select days)
WHERE: Hudson Gardens & Events Center, Littleton
Hudson Christmas is back after two long years. You'll be enchanted by even more towering trees draped in thousands of colorful lights. A grove of dancing Christmas trees, a multi-colored forest inhabited by giant snowmen, the holiday light tunnel and glowing reindeer will light up Hudson Gardens into an extravaganza of holiday cheer.

A STORY BOOK CHRISTMAS IN EVERGREEN  

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: Evergreen, various locations

A Story Book Christmas in Evergreen is coming back for a second year with classic Christmas stories depicted in ice. See "hidden" ice sculptures around the mountain community while Santa is flying in from the North Pole to do some special readings. Join the family-friendly scavenger hunt and support local businesses. 

CAMP CHRISTMAS  

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park, Lakewood

Journey through artist Lonnie Hanzon’s fantastical wonderland of lights, dazzling decorations, music, and memorabilia as you explore mesmerizing yuletide scenes spread across a six-acre landscape. The experience is primarily outdoors, with several opportunities to visit decked-out indoor displays (and warm up!) throughout.

CHRISTMAS IN COLOR (NORTH) 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Water World
Load up your friends and family into the van (or car, or truck) and experience the holiday season like never before. Drive through acres of more than 1.5 million lights perfectly synchronized to holiday music you'll hear right through your radio. You'll drive by giant candy canes, snowmen, arched pathways and more. It's like being immersed in another world. You can also experience the attraction at Bandimere Speedway in nearby Morrison. (Closed on Christmas Day.)

CHRISTMAS IN COLOR (WEST) 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Bandimere Speedway, Morrison
Load up your friends and family into the van (or car, or truck) and experience the holiday season like never before. Drive through acres of more than 1.5 million lights perfectly synchronized to holiday music you'll hear right through your radio. You'll drive by giant candy canes, snowmen, arched pathways and more. It's like being immersed in another world. You can also experience the attraction at Water World. (Closed on Christmas Day.)

DECEMBER DELIGHTS

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022 (Wednesdays through Sundays)
WHERE: Four Mile Historic Park

This family-friendly outdoor event features an ice skating rink, reindeer games, kids' craft activities, seasonal snacks and beverages, art installations and life-sized, interactive video games from Oh Heck Yeah!

BUTTERFLY PAVILION'S LIVING LIGHTS 

WHEN: Dec. 17, 2021–Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Butterfly Pavilion, Westminster
Your little ones will love Denver's newest and most immersive holiday tradition: an evening filled with luminous aerial artists and performers, glowing exhibits and a kids-glow-in-the-dark dance party with the Firefly Princess! Butterfly Pavilion will light up in a rainbow of colors as visitors walk through the exhibits and see the world of invertebrates in a new and enchanting way. Fun and entertaining, this indoor festival of lights helps support Butterfly Pavilion's mission of invertebrate conservation around the world.

CHRISTMAS CAROL RIDES 

WHEN: Dec. 26, 2021–Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Great Outdoors Adventures LLC
Enjoy a winter sleigh ride in a cozy off-road vehicle with Great Outdoors Adventures this Christmas season for a merry, merry time. Tour the stunning Pike National Forest in your own rented off-road vehicle as a self-guided tour with GPS navigation or a guided tour. 

DOWNTOWN DENVER RINK 

WHEN: Thru Feb. 20, 2022
WHERE: Skyline Park
Bundle up for some free ice skating in the heart of downtown and enjoy special events. 

PERFORMING ARTS & MUSIC

COLORADO BALLET PRESENTS 'THE NUTCRACKER'

WHEN: Thru Dec. 24, 2021
WHERE: Ellie Caulkins Opera House

The beloved holiday favorite returns in a dazzling production like no one's ever seen, featuring all-new sets and costumes created especially for Colorado Ballet. A sellout every year, this magical tale of Clara, the Nutcracker and the Mouse King is going to be dreamier than ever.

'A CHRISTMAS CAROL'

WHEN: Thru Dec. 26, 2021
WHERE: Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Wolf Theatre

Essential to the holiday season in Denver, "A Christmas Carol" is a joyous and opulent musical adaptation that traces money-hoarding curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge’s triumphant overnight journey to redemption.

CIRQUE DREAMS HOLIDAZE 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Gaylord Rockies, Aurora

Cirque Dreams Holidaze lights up the stage in an awe-inspiring family holiday spectacular. Lights dim and music plays while a fantastical cast of holiday storybook characters come to life presenting an elaborate wonderland, invoking the stories behind a child’s eye as they dream on the most magical of nights. This annual tradition wraps a whimsical, Broadway-style musical infused with contemporary circus artistry into the ultimate holiday gift for the entire family.

THE LION KING 

WHEN: Dec. 2, 2021–Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Buell Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Giraffes strut. Birds swoop. Gazelles leap. The entire Serengeti comes to life as never before. And as the music soars, Pride Rock slowly emerges from the mist. More than 95 million people around the world have experienced the awe-inspiring visual artistry, the unforgettable music and the uniquely theatrical storytelling of this Tony Award-winning Broadway spectacular – one of the most breathtaking and beloved productions ever to grace the stage. 

'THE OTHER JOSH COHEN' 

WHEN: Dec. 11, 2021–May 1, 2022
WHERE: Garner Galleria Theatre & Bar

Enter the quirky world of Josh Cohen’s New York City apartment — as it's getting robbed. Broke and alone, all hope seems lost for Josh, until a mysterious letter arrives that changes his life forever. This 90-minute life-changing laugh-fest for the whole family will leave you feeling better about the world!

'UNTIL THE FLOOD'

WHEN: Thru Aug. 11, 2023
WHERE: Virtual/Online

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.

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS

SPOOKADELIA 4: THE CURSE OF NOVO ITA 

WHEN: Thru Dec. 30, 2021
WHERE: Spectra Art Space

Spookadelia investigates the human condition and our relationship with self and the world while providing a fresh take on art consumption and the haunted experience. This all-ages psychedelic immersive art, augmented reality and theatrical experience is spooky fun for the whole family!

FORTY YEARS ON THE ’FAX 

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: History Colorado Center

Take a nostalgic ride down Colfax, with stops at the quirky and memorable places that gave the street its worldwide reputation. 

EARTH ILLUMINATED 

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: Denver Pavilions

Grab your family and friends and don't miss this one-of-a-kind Insta-worthy experience! 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. Encounter larger-than-life butterflies and insects, walk through a giant garden of grass and flowers. Experience the magic and wonder under the sea without losing your breath. Unique photo opportunities everywhere you look!

GIO PONTI: DESIGNER OF A THOUSAND TALENTS 

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

Gio Ponti was one of the most inventive Italian architects and designers of his time. For more than 60 years, Ponti’s exuberant approach found expression in public and private commissions from buildings, interiors, and furniture to glass, ceramics, and flatware. These diverse and prolific achievements led to Ponti’s hiring in 1965, at the age of 74, to collaborate with Denver-based James Sudler Associates on the design of a new building for the Denver Art Museum.

AFTER THE ASTEROID: EARTH'S COMEBACK STORY 

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: Denver Museum of Nature & Science

A newly discovered trove of remarkably preserved fossils found at Corral Bluffs near Colorado Springs sheds new light on how Earth recovered after the devastating asteroid impact 66 million years ago that wiped out the dinosaurs. See some of the best fossils from the site, handle real concretions and replicas of fossils important to the discovery, and experience the thrill of discovery via a multimedia storytelling wall that recounts this remarkable find.

CURIOUS VISIONS: TOWARD ABSTRACT PHOTOGRAPHY 

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

This two-part exhibition explores experimentations with abstraction from the past 100 years. Approximately 60 works are featured, spotlighting historical images by photographers such as Aaron Siskind, Man Ray, Eliot Porter, Berenice Abbott, Edward Weston and Minor White alongside contemporary artworks by Jungjin Lee, Gary Emrich, Alison Rossiter, Laura Letinsky and others.

DISTORTIONS MONSTER WORLD

WHEN: Thru Dec. 31, 2021
WHERE: Denver Pavilions
Ready to get up close and personal with the things that go bump in the night? Come to Distortions Monster World (if you dare), 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!

TRUTH, BEAUTY AND POWER: CHRISTOPHER DRESSER AND THE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art 

Following a temporary closure due to water damage earlier in the year, the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art has reopened with a new exhibition: Truth, Beauty and Power: Christopher Dresser and The Aesthetic Movement. Museum visitors will learn about this lesser-known design movement (1865-1900) along with Dresser, a British designer. The exhibition features works from the museum's permanent collection, many of which will be publicly displayed for the first time. 

FERVOR: ANA MARÍA HERNANDO  

WHEN: Thru Jan. 2, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

Interdisciplinary artist Ana María Hernando harnesses the power of painting, poetry and installation to honor and alter traditional feminine craft and community. Her love of plants, flowers and the spirit of nature permeates her work. Fervor features her installation Écoutons | Escuchemos | Let's Listen, created in response to bird sounds submitted from more than 200 people across the globe.

DIPTYCH & CONTEMPLATION 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 7, 2022
WHERE: Dairy Arts Center, Boulder
Photographer Keith Brenner's Diptych: Stories Between the Borders and Around the Edges, features 50 photographic works paired as diptychs. In Contemplation, Belgin Yucelen, Natasha Mistry and Paul Brokering's works are tied together through themes of meditation, process, focus and reflection. Presented in painting, photography and printmaking, the pieces in this exhibit invite viewers to dive into them and admire their creation and the reflective, meditative quality art can have. 

LESSONS LEARNED BY EMILIO LOBATO.  

WHEN: Thru Jan. 8, 2022
WHERE: William Havu Gallery
Lobato’s latest body of work consists of collages made from rubber and tacks on panel, assemblages made from antique printing blocks, and porcelain sculptures, in addition to oils with collage on panel and monotypes.

LONGMONT 150 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 9, 2022
WHERE: Longmont Museum, Longmont

It’s been 150 years since the Chicago-Colorado Colony founded the town of Longmont! This anniversary exhibit looks back on the forces that shaped Longmont’s past and the recurring themes that will undoubtedly define its future.

CHROMATIC COGITATIONS: RHYTHM REBOOT 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 22, 2022
WHERE: RedLine Contemporary Art Center

This exhibition brings together 31 artistic voices that employ a variety of colors, images and artistic strategies to reset the rhythm of their individual practices. Viewed collectively, their work responds to shifting political and societal pressures while referencing art historical positions from the 1970s through today that mobilized postcolonial movements and formed expressions of radical social emancipation. Their content includes passionate responses to climate change, ecosystem loss, blackness and masculinity, heritage, legacy, hierarchy and the emergence of gender stories that have hitherto been silenced and rendered invisible.

DEBORAH ROBERTS: I'M 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 30, 2022
WHERE: MCA DENVER — Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

Roberts' mixed media works on paper and on canvas combine found images sourced from the Internet with hand-painted details in striking figural compositions that invite viewers to look closely and to see through the layers. She focuses her gaze on Black children — historically, and still today, among the most vulnerable members of our population — investigating how societal pressures, projected images of beauty or heroism, and the violence of American racism condition their experiences growing up in this country as well as how others perceive them. 

JASON MORAN: BATHING THE ROOM WITH BLUES 

WHEN: Thru Jan. 30, 2022
WHERE: MCA DENVER — Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

Renowned artist and musician Jason Moran presents a gathering of artworks that celebrates space and creative expression in jazz history, as well as the importance of music and live performance as vital forces in Black culture and American life. Through a range of media, Moran highlights his fascination with the physical environments where music is born and how the residue of music-making can be captured.

IMMERSIVE VAN GOGH 

WHEN: Thru Feb. 6, 2022
WHERE: Lighthouse Denver

Renowned for transforming venues into unforgettable art experiences, the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit strives to highlight the unique architecture of its spaces while integrating influences from its history and community. Get ready to be transported the second you step inside!

SMOKING MIRRORS: A REFLECTION ON IDENTITY IN MEXICO AND THE USA, 1821-2021

WHEN: Thru Feb. 26, 2022
WHERE: Museo de las Americas

This visual arts exhibit curated by the Chicano/a Murals of Colorado Project honors the Colorado Chicano/a mural tradition of using public art in service to the people and communities that are historically dehumanized and oppressed in U.S. society.

BY DESIGN: STORIES AND IDEAS BEHIND OBJECTS 

WHEN: Thru Mar. 1, 2022
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

A series of thematic installations drawn primarily from the architecture and design collection, By Design: Stories and Ideas Behind Objects illustrates the abundance and versatility of approaches to design. How does it come into being? Who creates it and for what purpose? How does it serve society? What trends inspire it?

BLACK IN DENVER 

WHEN: Thru Mar. 5, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

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.

A DECADE OF DISCOVERY: CLYFFORD STILL IN DENVER 

WHEN: Thru Mar. 6, 2022
WHERE: Clyfford Still Museum

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Clyfford Still Museum, this exhibition takes inspiration from the museum’s beloved inaugural exhibition while highlighting some of its most compelling revelations since. Featured surprises include photographs of lost paintings from the 1930s, undocumented and mysterious artworks found during inventory, ways in which our understanding of Still’s earliest years and artistic training has expanded, and even a few architectural quirks of the building.

INDELIBLE GARDEN 

WHEN: Dec. 11, 2021–Apr. 3, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

Born and raised in the mountains of Nagano, Japan, Taiko Chandler’s life has been shaped by the presence of the natural world. Recollections of the wild forests near her hometown, her father’s garden and her mother’s ikebana (traditional flower arranging) suffuse her artwork, finding form in the organic, layered shapes of her prints and installations. Chandler’s plant-like forms are not intended as literal representations of nature, but rather interpret its foundational influence on family and memory.

STATE HISTORICAL FUND RETROSPECTIVE 

WHEN: Thru Apr. 30, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

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.

THE POWER OF HORSES 

WHEN: Thru May 9, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

Horses, humans and history come together in this exciting new exhibition revealing the strength, majesty and diversity in Colorado's history through fun and fascinating stories of horses throughout our state. This exhibit features a mix of captivating artifacts, pop-culture cues and engaging activities to explore the power of horses. No stone is left unturned on this meandering journey through Colorado history, from prehistoric horses and Ute tribal traditions to contemporary Black horsemanship and even therapeutic horses. Visitors can explore the many ways these beautiful animals have shaped Colorado communities, as working animals, sources of entertainment, treasured companions or symbols of freedom.

SCULPTURE ON THE GREEN II: FEATURING ROBERT MANGOLD

WHEN: Thru May 2022
WHERE: Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village

MOA presents Sculpture on the Green II at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, the second installation of an ongoing, annual, rotating exhibition. This year features Colorado sculptor Robert Mangold. The sculptures are made from industrial steel piping. Some are painted a brilliant red, while others are simply polished, allowing for the beauty in the raw material to be revealed.

REVISIÓN: ART IN THE AMERICAS 

WHEN: Thru July 17, 2022
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

This thematic presentation will explore land, people and place by linking ancient and contemporary artworks that address political and social issues at the heart of the region’s cultural heritage as well as expand the narrative through voices that include women artists and contemporary voices that speak to the diversity of the Americas.

BRICK & SOUL // ARMANDO GENEYRO 

WHEN: Thru July 30, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

Local photographer Armando Geneyro connects the build environment with the people who shape its meaning. A versatile photographer, Armando specializes in events coverage and photojournalism. His passion for street photography allows him to connect to his subjects and immerse himself in different cultures.

SEEING THE INVISIBLE 

WHEN: Thru Aug. 1, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

Seeing the Invisible presents virtual works that engage with existing features of the natural landscape. The augmented reality exhibition features new works by international artists including Ai Weiwei, El Anatsui, John Gerrard, Ori Gersht, Mohammed Kazem and Sigalit Landau — including several artists’ first works in AR. Beyond the boundaries of what is possible with physical artworks, many of the works created for the exhibition address themes of nature, environment, sustainability and the intersection of the physical world with the digital one.

MEMORY MIRROR 

WHEN: Thru Mar. 5, 2023
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

Lares Feliciano's Memory Mirror is an immersive installation that invites visitors to explore their relationship with memory through animation, dioramas and interactive storytelling. Designed to evoke the memory of a relative's living room, this exhibition will transform the museum's Precourt Family Discovery Hall into a surreal domestic den that is both familiar and fantastic.