Curtis Center for the Arts
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Monday - Friday 8:30-4:30
Saturdays 10:00- 4:00
Art Exhibits, Lectures & Special Events
When: January 7th - February 23
Reception: Saturday, January 12th 6-8pm
The horse culture plays an important role in the Greenwood Village community. While it is home to the Denver Technology Center and its many contemporary, high-rise buildings, Greenwood Village is still dotted with horse property and barns. To honor this culture, the Curtis Center for the Arts presents two exhibits celebrating the art of the horse. “Horse Power” is an exhibit featuring works from contemporary artists from across the country at the Curtis Center for the Arts. The exhibit will include several life size, horse sculptures outside of Curtis by internationally renowned artist Doug Owen. "Caballo de Fuerza" is a display of historical, horse artifacts on loan from Museo De Las Americas in Denver's Santa Fe Arts District. These works will be on display at the Greenwood Village City Hall. The purpose of the exhibits is to express the beauty of these magnificent creatures in many different styles and mediums.
Youth Art Month
When: March 2- March 30
Receptions: March 6 (Littleton Schools) and March 13 (Cherry Creek Schools) 5-7pm
Youth Art Month is a celebration of the visual arts! Youth Art Month links more than 800,000 K-12 students and over 200 art educators all across America. Student exhibitions, public artworks, art festivals, and school events raise awareness and support of the visual arts. This exhibit celebrates the creativity of the youth in our community.
Other Upcoming Exhibits
Month of Photography: April 6- May 4 Reception: April 6 6-8pm
15th Annual Pastel Society Exhibition: May 11- June 29 Reception May 11 6-8pm
36th Annual All Colorado Art Show: July 13- August 31 Reception: July 13th 6-8pm
Scientific & Cultural Facilities District
Through the Arapahoe County Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, the Curtis Arts and Humanities Center is enriched by grants that enable the center to create new programs or enhance existing programs.