Curtis Center for the Arts

The Curtis Center for the Arts is home to many unique and exciting art exhibits, lectures, cultural events, concerts, activities for seniors, and youth, and adult art programs. Curtis serves as the focal point in Greenwood Village’s commitment to the arts. Seven exhibits are offered at Curtis during the year including Youth Art Month, the Greenwood and Beyond Photography Show, and the All Colorado Art Show. Learn more about the History of Curtis.
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Art Exhibits, Lectures & Special Events


Exhibits


34th Annual All Colorado Art Show
When:  October 14 - December 23
Reception:  October 14, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Juror's Talk: November 4th, 2 p.m.
Where:  Curtis Center for the Arts
What: The City of Greenwood Village’s Curtis Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the 34th Annual All Colorado Juried Art Show. This exhibit is open for submissions from artists who reside in Colorado; artists may use any medium.

The Village is honored to have Tim Vacca, Director of Programs at the Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA), as this year’s juror. A Colorado native, Tim is an established arts administration professional who has been working in the Denver-area arts industry since 2003. As the Director of Programs at the MOA, Tim oversees education, exhibitions and communications programs. He has also worked with Denver International Airport’s Art and Culture Program as a curator and exhibitions coordinator.

Open Space


When: January 6 - February 28
Reception: Saturday, January 13 6:00pm- 8:00pm
Curator's Talk: Saturday, January 27 1-3pm
Where: Curtis Center for the Arts

The American West, once the uncharted, undiscovered territory is not without its limitations. This picturesque open landscape is now shared with man’s footprint of overdevelopment, industrial pollution and destructive mining practices.  On the contrary, the ever-growing city brings us modern day conveniences, cutting-edge technology, infrastructure and anthropological opportunities. This exhibition explores the wild frontier juxtaposed with the urban habitat, and how we as humans both resist and rely on these finite environments. This exhibit is curated by Robin Whatley, Program Coordinator at the
Art Students League of Denver

Youth Art Month


When: March 5 - March 31
Receptions: March 14th and 21st 5-7pm
Where: Curtis Center for the Arts

Created in 1961 Youth Art Month is a celebration of visual art that links over 800,000 K-12 students and over 200 arts educators all across America. Student exhibitions, public artworks, art festivals and school events raise awareness and support of the visual arts. Youth Art Month exists to recognize arts education as a viable factor in the total education curriculum
that develops citizens of a global society and to provide additional opportunities for individuals
to participate in the arts. This exhibit celebrates the creativity of the youth in our community.


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Scientific & Cultural Facilities District


Through the Arapahoe County Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, the Curtis Arts and Humanities Center is enriched by grants that enable the center to create new programs or enhance existing programs.

Americans with Disabilities Act:

If you require special accommodations for participation in our recreation programs, please call 303-486-5773. If you require special accommodations for participation in our art programs, or to access Curtis Center for the Arts, please call 303-797-1779.