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Public Arts Venues,
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Metro Denver-Boulder-Evergreen (303-720 area codes)

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  • Black American West Museum & Heritage Center <BlackAmericanWest.org> -
    "Dedicated to preserving, collecting, and interpreting historical images, artifacts and memorabilia of Blacks in settling and developing of the American West." founded: 1971 by Paul Stewart
    Denver, CO


  • Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art <BMoCA.org> -
    founded 1972, "dedicated solely to the presentation of contemporary art"
    Boulder, CO

  • Molly Brown House Museum <MollyBrown.org> -There was never any "Molly" Brown until the movie, The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964), starring Debbie Reynolds made the already legendary Maggie Brown newly famous as "Molly." Maggie and her husband came to Colorado poor and struck it rich in the mining biz only to be snubbed by the wealthy snobs known as the "Sacred 36" of the latter 19th century social circuit around Denver. But Maggie made waves in the press for her reported valiant rescue action from a lifeboat as the Titanic went down on its maiden voyage from England. The resulting publicity and her amiable socialite personality led to her eventual triumph over the mean snubs who were forced to recognize her. Maggie was also known for her parties at the Capitol Hill browstone mansion where she lived. The home is now a museum with a gift shop in the carriage house.
    Denver, CO

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  • Parker Arts, Culture & Events Center <PACECenterOnline.org> -
    hosting a wide variety of local, regional and national arts performances focused on family entertainment, as well as expanding the Town of Parker’s educational programs and classes in the arts and sciences. PACE Center also available as a rental venue for community, business and social events
    Parker, CO
    - ref. email 2011Ja06th, L. Johnson

  • Pepsi Center <PepsiCenter.com> - (details later)

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  • Women's Arts Center and Gallery
    "The Women's Arts Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining & nurtiring women in the visual, performing & literary arts. The Center promotes the arts through presentations of creative works, workshops, and outreach programs which benefit the greater community."
    Denver, CO
    - mission statement from brochure (99 May)

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Colorado Statewide
Outside the metro Denver-Boulder-Evergreen area (303 and 720 telephone area codes)

Cortez

Colorado Springs

Eads

  • Sand Creek Massacre Site Project <SandCreek.org> - The Sand Creek massacre near Eads, Colorado on November 29, 1864 was a horrific example of genocidal culture against a peaceful indigenous civilian people by US volunteer soldiers. That event was led by Colonel John M. Chivington resulting in the deaths of about 150 Cheyenne and Arapaho natives, mostly women, children and babies. The Sand Creek Office of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe is active in recounting the history of the event as well as establishing the sacred location as a national memorial park.
    See also:

New Mexico
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Albuquerque

Wyoming
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Cheyenne

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Introduction - Public Arts Venues, Museums & History

This section is accepting link suggestions for venues that are publicly funded. That would include most art museums and urban concert centers. Coverage is Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming.
This section was launched 2001 May 21.


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