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Hope to see you at the event November 4th! 

Invitation details and FAQs below.

FAQs

 

Yes! There is parking available in the Cultural Center Complex next to the museum.

https://denverartmuseum.org/visitor-info/hours-location-parking

Yes. We will validate parking tickets for parking in the Cultural Center Complex

Yes. We will provide two shuttle buses which will be departing from BSW’s Boulder location. One shuttle will leave Boulder at 5pm, the other at 5:30pm. Buses will return to Boulder at 9:45pm and 10pm.

Yes! Space is limited and we expect to fill all seats. Please email Nicole at nicole@bsw.com should you plan on taking the shuttle.

Other transportation options are the RTD and Lyft. Please allow yourself extra time for travel.

The event wraps up at 10pm – please allow yourself at least an hour to take the full exhibit in!

Yes! Audio tours are available, and take around and hour and a half to complete.

A Concurrence is a gallery event specifically designed for the recontextualization of our experience of visual art. It is a contemporary form for gathering that heightens our appreciation of community and gives us a more intimate, insightful alternative to the value of the art we make.

“The form begins by taking approximately fifteen minutes in which participants (approximately twelve) quietly stand and take in the various visual art objects presented at the venue. Those present that would prefer not to participate are asked to stand quietly on the side. After fifteen minutes a circle of chairs is made and the participants sit together. One by one, each person may share their experience, thoughts, sensations and feelings, for a minute or two, or not, and may choose to pass. After each person in the circle has shared the circle opens up to responses, comments and conversation for another five to ten minutes. This is followed by a quiet moment and then the Concurrence closes.

The form of a Concurrence allows for the experience of art to return to its communal roots. While we no longer may believe in an overarching, homogeneous, cultural story that we live by, we do all share a desire for human richness and depth of experience. A Concurrence provides for the shared communal desire for wholeness.

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