Seven Neighborhood Art Walks, More than 100 Art Galleries, 23 Free Museums, Nine Days of Theatre, Concerts and Dance! It's Denver Arts Week!
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Seven Neighborhood Art Walks, More than 100 Art Galleries, 23 Free Museums, Nine Days of Theatre, Concerts and Dance! It's Denver Arts Week!

DENVER, Oct. 1, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — The 8th annual Denver Arts Week – the largest and most diverse celebration of the arts in the Rocky Mountain region – returns from November 7-15, 2014 with more than 300 scheduled events – many of them free or at greatly reduced rates.

Wonderbound Company Dance Group.

The nine-day festival is filled with special activities devoted to visual arts, theater, music, film, museums, dance, opera, history and heritage.

All 300 arts-related events are listed at

Some of the 2014 highlights include:

Friday, November 7, 2014
Denver Arts Week kicks off with a "super-sized," citywide First Friday street party where more than 100 art galleries in seven neighborhoods will stay open late, offering live music, art demonstrations, food truck roundups and a chance to interact with artists. It's the perfect introduction to the city's creative community.

Saturday, November 8, 2014
Denver Arts Week's most popular event is back with 23 museums, all of them staying open from 5 to 10 p.m. on a Saturday night – for FREE!  Even better, there are free shuttle buses to carry people from one museum to another, making it possible for families to "museum-hop" to some of the city's top cultural attractions. Nearly 25,000 people have participated in previous Night at the Museums

November 12-23 
Walk the red carpet during this cinephile's paradise, featuring film premieres, seminars with nationally-acclaimed actors and directors, and hundreds of independent film screenings and red carpet events. Films will be shown at the Denver Pavilions, on the 16th Street Mall in the heart of downtown Denver, the SIE FilmCenter on East Colfax and at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in the city's theatre district.

November 14-17 
This year's Denver Arts Week will culminate with an all-new indoor fine arts experience  inside the Colorado Convention Center, produced by the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. Renowned national visual artists and fashion designers will present one-of-a-kind and handcrafted works for sale, exhibition, inspiration and entertainment. Exciting art installations, "Art of Living" design vignettes and "Colorado Made" handcrafted artisan goods, food, beverages and spirits will complement the patrons' visit.

November 7-15, 2014
Denver's performing arts world struts its stuff all week long during Denver's On Stage, featuring special deals and discounts for theater, dance, music and more. From discounts to a full day of free dance performances and lessons on November 8, there are dozens of performing arts specials throughout the week. Some of the performances include:

A complete list of all 300 arts and cultural events and deals, along with discounted hotel rates in Denver, is available at

About VISIT DENVER, The Convention & Visitors Bureau
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