With hundreds of families hoping for a spot in a nonprofit school system for children with disabilities, the organization is starting a $3 million project to add a new location in Aurora.
About a year after one of its curators began collecting signs from the homeless in Denver, a local museum has launched an exhibit exploring the history of homelessness from the Gold Rush to today.
As construction crews continue work on Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace development, a local nonprofit is building its own project on the site — a 26-foot art installation that mirrors its incomplete surroundings.
With an eye toward updated technology like a 3-D printer, a nonprofit that introduces kids to coding has closed out a $200,000 fundraiser.
Years of preparation are coming to a head next week as the Denver Art Museum prepares to unveil the 100-piece exhibit featuring works of Andrew and Jamie Wyeth.
On Friday the Denver Museum of Nature & Science unveiled a temporary exhibit, “The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes,” which will run until Jan. 31.
A heated pool, a new cardio room and new children’s areas are revamping a 60-year-old YMCA gym and catching it up to the changing neighborhood.
A $2 million fundraising effort and 1,800 tons of granite are helping a small museum restore the property’s porch and stained glass windows.
A $4 million undertaking will more than double a nonprofit’s Lakewood facility, allow it to expand and add programs for people with autism and other disabilities and hire up to 100 more workers.
After long delays, a local nonprofit is just shy of its fundraising goal and about to start on the design process for a new outdoor music venue that will host 50 free concerts a year.