An exhibit focusing on French impressionist Edgar Degas will open Feb. 11 at the Denver Art Museum.
The 70-year-old nonprofit that works with children and adults with disabilities held a groundbreaking for a $6 million redevelopment.
The Denver Art Museum breaks ground on a massive renovation, several breweries disclose their 2017 philanthropy totals, and the Colorado Enterprise Fund makes its largest-ever donation.
After leaving RiNo in favor of a large warehouse, We Don’t Waste no longer has to “work on the fly.”
A handful of organizations give out Thanksgiving dinners, a Boston-based group moves into Denver, and several companies kick off holiday giving campaigns.
Run by the Community First Foundation, the philanthropy event broke last year’s record by $2 million.
Denver voters in November approved the arts and culture section of GO Bond funding for locally based organizations and projects.
A Denver-based organization spent $12 million to own a building and move its headquarters into the top floor.
A contemporary art museum lands a $5 million donation, a local organization raises funds for hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico, and a group plans a bridge between Globeville and RiNo.
Denver’s art museum and zoo both announce new exhibits, AT&T plans a community service project, and a South Dakota nonprofit establishes its local presence.