Visual Arts: Loom with a View, The Recycled Lamb, Golden
Opens Friday, March 14
Sheila O'Hara's unique view on daily life has graced museum walls from Switzerland to New York. Using her Jacquard-woven tapestries to explore popular perceptions of reality, her works are inspired by current events and Japanese landscapes. Look out for a tapestry entitled “Nite Flite,” which will join the Denver Art Museum's permanent textile collection this month. READ MORE...
MORE TO DO: The Changing Image of Blacks in Comics | David Taylor and Ignacio Evangelista Photography | Collin Parson | Sarah McKenzie
Sports: Jon Kedrowski: Mountaineering Pakistan, American Mountaineering Center, Golden
Thursday, March 13
Friends may spill over-the-top stories of their hiking adventures, but it's doubtful their climbs actually resembled an Indiana Jones movie. Then there's Jon Kedrowski. READ MORE...
MORE TO DO: Bud Light Spring Jam | Full Moon Yoga | Mountain Goat Kids Trail Run Series | Runnin' of the Green | Sport Psychology for the Triathlon
Performing Arts: Athena Project Festival: Plays in Progress Series, Aurora Fox
Starts Friday, March 14
Four women with four different stories to tell. As part of its annual festival, the Athena Project is hosting workshop readings of plays by female playwrights, with audience feedback welcome. READ MORE...
MORE TO DO: 12 Angry Men | Local Lab New Play Fest | Passport to Culture: Tossed & Found | Chicago
Special Events: LoHi’s Inaugural Irish Festival, Churchill's Public House
Saturday, March 15
Among all the St. Patty's Day chaos, here's a party even the little leprechauns can enjoy. Enjoy Irish stew, interactive games, face painting, live music, and traditional Irish dancing. Proceeds benefit National Jewish Health’s Morgridge Academy, a day school program that helps children with chronic illnesses. READ MORE...
MORE TO DO: The Prisons, Compassion, and Redemption Project | Denver Home Show | Midnight in Paris
Film: Women + Film Voices Film Festival, Sie FilmCenter
Tuesday, March 18, through Sunday, March 23
Join the Denver Film Society for its annual Women + Film Voices Film Festival, a six-day event that brings women’s stories from around the globe to Denver. The festival's well-rounded lineup includes the Colorado-shot Bee People, Playing House—a short documentary directed by the city’s own Suzanne Heintz—and Claw (pictured). READ MORE...
MORE TO DO: Tim’s Vermeer | Uranium Drive-In | Grand Budapest Hotel
—Jerilyn Forsythe, Derek Kessinger, and Kelsey Anne Lindsey; edited by Lindsey R. McKissick