Are you an art lover who wants to give back to your community? Mark your calendar for the Art Students League of Denver‘s annual Summer Art Market, to take place June 10-11.
The free family-friendly event, held between East First and Fourth avenues and Logan and Sherman streets from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days, will feature the works of 260 artists, artist demonstrations, live music and more.
The Art Students League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides an art community where professional artists guide students, giving them opportunities to engage with free art projects. “We are thrilled to feature top-quality artwork by our faculty and members set among the leafy streets of central Denver for the 25th year,” said Rachel Basye, executive director, Art Students League of Denver. “The event provides an opportunity for us to highlight the work of our professional artists and students while engaging the community in a free arts and culture experience.”
The market will include live art exhibits and a range of media, including ceramics, fiber arts, mixed media/book art, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking and sculpture. Also on the agenda: live music and performances from Mudra Dance, Mo Jo Mama Blues, Kicked to the Curb and others, plus food and drinks from vendors like Little Pub Company and Crafthouse.
For more information, visit the Art Students League of Denver’s website.