Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Denver's Public Art

It's a mustang, it's a bear, it's a horse standing on a chair. It's 25 years of public art in Denver. Begun by Mayor Federico Pena, and signed into ordinance by Mayor Wellington Webb, the program mandates 1% of spending on any city project over a million dollars be set aside for art in the project. Denver Public Art Manager Michael Chavez will speak to us at our December meeting about the program. So whether you love the Boteros or hate them, join us for a holiday celebration of art.

Location:  Le Grand Bistro, 1512 Curtis Street, downtown Denver

Date:   Friday,  December 13

Time: 6:45 A.M. breakfast; program begins at 7:00 A.M. and ends at 8:00 A.M.

Cost:  Buffet breakfast is $17 with reservations (please honor your RSVP; we barely break even)

RSVP: 303-861-8050 or jmasdenver@gmx.com by noon on Wednesday, Dec ember 11
The public is invited.  Bring a friend!


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