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Support Groups

AAA Wed @ Noon: Plants in Chinese Art Lecture + Tour

The lecture and tour is sold out, but you may reserve lecture only tickets here.

Join Dr. Kathy Keeler, Professor Emerita University Of Nebraska, School of Biological Sciences, aka The Wandering Botanist, in an exploration of the plants and flowers found in Asian art. This lecture and tour of the Asian galleries will touch on identification and meaning to be found in the lotus, chrysanthemum, peony, and other important plants in Asian art. A world traveler and author of several books on plants from the Amazon to Colorado, Dr Keeler is a font of information of things that bloom. Reserve early: tour spaces limited to first 25 registrations.

Asian Art Association Wed @ Noon: Last Empress in Qipao: from Manchu to China Chic

Author and curator Sally Yu Leung will explore the origins and modern-day interpretation of the qipao (Mandarin gown/cheongsam) through the influence of last Chinese Empress, Wanrong. Though an opium addict whose marriage to the Emperor Puyi at age 16 created a scandal, stylish and modern Wanrong led fashion in the elevation of a peripheral and bourgeois article of clothing to a global fashion icon.

CultureHaus Memberships

CultureHaus is a social and educational gateway to the Denver Art Museum that connects the "young at heart" with art. CultureHaus celebrates the Denver Art Museum's collections and programs by making them accessible to new art fans and longtime art lovers.

 

You must be a current Denver Art Museum member in order to join CultureHaus.

Pirate Disco: Four Seasons Hotel Denver Poolside Cocktail Party

Location: Four Seasons Hotel, 1111 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202, 3rd Floor Rooftop

 

CultureHaus Out & About invites you to Pirate Disco: A Poolside Cocktail Party at Four Seasons Hotel Denver. Get ready to walk the plank and cut a rug! Dress to impress: Come as a pirate in search of stolen booty, or a disco dancer looking to shake your booty. Enjoy a full cash bar, complimentary appetizers, dance music, and photos with friends in the Bamboo Booth. Arrrrr you ready for Denver’s poolside party of the summer?

Why Flowers? Impressionist Artists and the Modern Flower Still Life

Why did French artists of the 19th century paint flowers? Was it a way for them to respond directly to nature, a connection to artistic tradition, or simply the ideal modernist subject matter, void of narrative? In this lecture, Dr. Heather MacDonald, co-curator of the exhibition “In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism,” will discuss the history of flower painting in France and how it became such a vital and innovative practice in the hands of the impressionists and their contemporaries.

AAA Wed @ Noon: Plants in Chinese Art Lecture Only

Join Dr. Kathy Keeler, Professor Emerita University Of Nebraska, School of Biological Sciences, aka The Wandering Botanist, in an exploration of the plants and flowers found in Asian art. This lecture and tour of the Asian galleries will touch on identification and meaning to be found in the lotus, chrysanthemum, peony, and other important plants in Asian art. A world traveler and author of several books on plants from the Amazon to Colorado, Dr Keeler is a font of information of things that bloom. Reserve early: tour spaces limited to first 25 registrations.

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