Denver Museum of Nature & Science
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science Young Professionals are leaders in the Denver metro area who believe in the value of educational experiences that the Museum provides to people of all ages.
Remix is a social and educational group, providing opportunities to experience the Colorado Symphony in a brand new way.
CultureHaus is a social and educational support group of the Denver Art Museum. CultureHaus provides its members with a wide range of opportunities to learn about art and collecting.
Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Theatre Thursdays are a new, fun way to make your night at the theatre even more memorable.
Central City Opera
Central City Opera’s group for young professionals in their 30s and 40s, The Scene, was created to in 2012 support Central City Opera (CCO) by building a younger, vibrant, new audience.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA Denver) explores the art and culture of our time through rotating exhibitions and public educational programs.
CVA at Metro State University
CVA is a division of the MSU Denver Art Department which is dedicated to providing students with an unparalleled urban learning environment and a strong sense of community within the local art scene.
Oh Heck Yeah
OhHeckYeah: Denver’s Immersive Street Arcade is a first-of-its-kind interactive street arcade powered by the Denver Theatre District’s LED screens, social media and custom video games.
Inside OC is Opera Colorado’s initiative for Young Professionals that features networking opportunities and the chance to learn more about opera.
Colorado Ballet Center Stage
Center Stage: Colorado Ballet’s Young Patrons is a group of Denver’s younger ballet audience who is passionate about ballet and the performing arts.
History Colorado Center
The History Colorado Center's hands-on and high-tech exhibits take you back in time, connecting what was to what's next. They're unexpected, thought-provoking and relevant. And most of all, fun!
The Reel Social Club
The Reel Social Club (RSC) was established to introduce young professionals to the Denver Film Society and its diverse array of programing, events, and cultural experiences.
Friends of Clyfford Still
Friends of Clyfford Still (FoCS) provides a forum for Clyfford Still enthusiasts to develop and enhance their knowledge and appreciation for mid-20th century American Art made possible by the unique institution that is the Clyfford Still Museum.
Perspective, Cherry Arts
The mission of Perspective is to inspire patronage of the Cherry Creek Arts Festival and CherryArts Festival at Stanley among young professionals.
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Join the Center for Visual Art in our annual summer celebration! Visit the Colorado Women in Abstraction exhibition in the gallery and enjoy music, food and drinks outside. Learn new visual art techniques through demonstrations and hands on activities led by MSU Denver student groups.
Join Center Stage with a performance that features excerpts from upcoming and past productions as well as other classical and contemporary works. The performance will close with the tango-inspired ballet The Angel of Buenos Aires by choreographer and Colorado Ballet’s Ballet Mistress Lorita Travaglia, with music by Piazzolla. The Angel of Buenos Aires made its world premiere with Colorado Ballet in March 2016.
Visit the Center for Visual Art for a talk by Gwen Chanzit, Curator of Modern Art at the Denver Art Museum and curator of Women of Abstract Expressionism. Come early to view the Colorado Women in Abstraction exhibition at the CVA. Presented at a time when the worldwide art community is examining the role of women in contemporary art and questioning the uneven representation in major exhibitions, publications and sales, Colorado Women in Abstraction brings into focus the accomplished artwork of 32 women. Guest Curator Michael Paglia brings to the project extensive knowledge of past and current Colorado artists who have been instrumental in the development of the abstract art movement in Colorado. This exhibition is presented in response to the Denver Art Museum exhibition, Women of Abstract Expressionism.
Welcome Back to Cross-Cultured!
Cross-Cultured is a meeting ground for young, culturally curious individuals (like yourself) to explore Denver's artistic community that sits a mile high above the rest. Cross-Cultured presents its participants with a broad spectrum of events, featuring the best of Denver’s visual art, film, music, and performance communities. Using Cross-Cultured as your key, you can unlock Denver’s cultural community, meet like-minded friends, enjoy VIP perks and—most importantly—have a ton of fun!
Specifically, you can enjoy access to discount performance tickets and behind-the-scenes events–via this members only online events calendar–hosted by 14 of the city’s most celebrated cultural institutions. But becoming a Cross-Cultured member doesn’t just benefit you. By participating, you directly support a wide array of arts and cultural programming. In fact, our participants help keep Denver a thriving city while getting connected to a dynamic social scene.