1. With over 100 art galleries and artists’ studios in Denver, the Art District on Santa Fe is host to First Friday Art Walks from 6:00-9:00pm monthly. The largest of the Denver metro art walks, this location the Santa Fe art district is located on and near Santa Fe Drive and Kalamath Street between Alameda and 12th Avenues, Denver, CO 80204. If you are looking for a more intimate setting, check out their artist preview nights on the third Friday every month!
2. For a culturally stimulating event, visit the Golden Triangle Museum District. Don’t be deceived, this district is not in Golden, Colorado, but is called Golden because of its incredible representation of Colorado art. In the area are the Denver Art Museum, the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art, and the Molly Brown House Museum. There are more than 50 galleries, art studios, and specialty shops for your browsing pleasure.
3. The RiNo District is interesting because it expands the field of art to include architecture and furniture, to name but two of its offerings. Located near Coors Field, and Denver’s LoDo, RiNo (an artistic name for the River North Art District) is a place you don’t want to miss.
4. If you love local art, photography, and great Mexican or Italian food, you will love visiting the Tennyson Street Cultural District. Distinct in its nature and its flare for antique art, spending Friday evenings 6:00 to 10:00, between 38th and 44th Avenues on Tennyson is a unique experience in the arts.
5. In Denver’s Lower Highlands Neighborhood District lies the Navajo Street Art District. New artists are featured every month and will give you an introduction to new artists, as well as established local artists. Alive with artistic energy from 5:00 to 10:00pm on the first Friday every month, you will enjoy this up and coming community feel.