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Updated COVID-19 protocols

McNichols Building is open and safely operating. Art exhibitions will return June 1.

If you are attending an event, please visit our calendar for the COVID-19 policy for that particular event. Please note that protocols vary from event to event. 

Have additional questions? Please contact us.

Zen Gardens from Kyoto to Denver: The Photography of William Corey and Scott Dressel-Martin

Zen Gardens from Kyoto to Denver: The Photography of William Corey and Scott Dressel-Martin

This exhibition celebrates the beauty of Japanese Zen gardens. The dramatic, large format photographs of the late William Corey complement Scott Dressel-Martin's photos of, long-time Denver Botanic Gardens' Shofu-En Japanese Garden.

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Tomorrow is a New Day: The Artwork of Lauren Iida and Morn Chear

Tomorrow is a New Day: The Artwork of Lauren Iida and Morn Chear

“Tomorrow is a new day” is a popular Cambodian proverb with a message of optimistic perseverance through times of adversity. The artwork in this exhibition features deeply personal work from Open Studio Cambodia block print artist, Morn Chear, and Open Studio Cambodia founder, Lauren Iida, Japanese American papercut artist.

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Women of Color on the Front Lines

Women of Color on the Front Lines

Women of color physicians from around the country have submitted photos of themselves in the PPE they don each day, and local artists have transformed these photos into art. Each portrait is a powerful reminder of the sacrifices these women make daily to serve the communities in which they live and work.

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Book your next event at McNichols Building

Book your next event at McNichols Building

Whether you’re planning a large festival or intimate wedding, the McNichols Civic Center Building's contemporary artwork and open spaces are a wonderful canvas for any event. 

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