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400 S. Kearney St.Denver CO 80224
One block south of Alameda Avenue and four blocks west of Monaco Parkway.View our location on a map.
Group tours of 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparkscan be tailored to enhance your group's interests or your class curriculum.
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|This month Mizel Museum joins the City of Denver and our rich cultural arts community to celebrate the arts. Read about our great programs and events at special Denver Arts Week prices.|
The Art of Shabbat
Friday, Nov. 4, 5-7:30pm
It will be an artsy evening, complete with candle lighting, live klezmer music by Sherman Jacobs, tours of 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks and a delicious vegetarian meal. Guests will receive a Shabbat Kit to continue the art of Shabbat at home. Special price in celebration of Denver Arts Week: $52.80/two seats; $28.50/single seat. CLICK HERE to make your reservations!
Night at the Museums
Free Tours! Saturday, Nov. 5, 6-8:30pm
Enjoy the Mizel Museum's new exhibit free of charge! 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks is a dynamic journey through art, artifacts and digital media that narrates and celebrates Jewish stories. Kids will have fun with "Scout About," a children's guide that encourages discovery! For more information call (303) 394-9993.
So You Think You Can't Draw?
Sunday, Nov. 6 & 13, 10am-3pm
Indulge in a day of learning fueled by sumptuous and energizing meals and snacks with one of Denver's masters! DU art professor Deborah Howard leads a 2-session program. Deborah has had enormous success helping people learn to draw, even in just a few classes. CLICK HERE to read more and register today!
Miryam Brand Holocaust Education Film Project Presents
Generations: Survivor Stories Wednesday, Nov. 9, 10am and Noon
An assembly for middle and high school students featuring recently completed stories from Survivor Stories: Generations, a collection of digital stories of Denver-area Holocaust survivors and their children/grandchildren. Four short videos will be screened, with the storytellers on stage to answer questions from students. Two 75-minute sessions will be held at George Washington High School at 10am and repeated at noon. CLICK HERE for more information.
Icons & Spirituality in Jewish and Christian Art
Thursday, Nov. 17, 7-8:30pm
Marilyn Lande, MA, local artist/Jewish art historian, and Linda McCray, MFA, a Montana-based liturgical artist who creates abstract spiritual paintings, will discuss the history of spiritual art from iconic to contemporary in Judaism and Christianity.
Icons & Spirituality is a program of Windows to the Divine®, an annual exhibition of the Colorado Dominican Vocation Foundation opening Nov. 5. CLICK HERE for more information.
Pictured: Linda McCray, The Deluge, Acrylic and Sand from Jerusalem on floating wood panel, 28" by 62"
Pre-Sale: Special Price for Denver Arts Week!
Gathering Sparks: Sephardic Concert and Art Sale will celebrate the light of the winter season with a live concert by New York's Sephardic-style rock band Pharaoh’s Daughter and an art exhibition and sale with the area’s best artists. CLICK HERE for details and to purchase tickets.
Thursday Nights are "A Nosh Above!"
Warm up on chilly winter nights with free admission to 4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks, hot tea and rum balls from 5-8pm. NEW for kids! Scout About, an interactive activity that challenges children to search and think!
Painting with Boris Shoshensky
Well-known master painter and professor Boris Shoshensky teaches concepts and techniques for all levels. Day classes held on Tuesdays; late afternoon classes on Wednesdays. To register email Tia or call (303) 749-5018.
Restorative Hatha Yoga
Enjoy a gentle, strengthening, restorative yoga class in the peaceful and inspiring setting of the Mizel Museum's exhibit. Classes are held on Wednesdays from 5:15-6:45pm. Price per class is $18; pay at the door.
Jewish Meditation with Rabbi Stephen Booth Nadav
Sundays, Nov. 6 & 20, 4:30-6pm
Meditation is the practice of making ordinary moments sacred, or finding the sacred in the ordinary. Join Rabbi Steve to develop the skills of Jewish mindfulness including meditation instruction, chanting, walking, Torah and text study. All levels and backgrounds welcome. Drop-in class; donations on site.
Mizel Museum is proud to support:
Windows to the Divine
Nov. 5-Dec. 3 at The MADDEN Museum
Gala Opening Nov. 5 - Tickets are still available!
More than 120 original works by 67 artists from around the country will be exhibited for sale for the benefit of the Colorado Dominican Vocation Foundation and outstanding participating artists. It's the most comprehensive juried exhibit of spiritual art in the country. For more information visit www.cdvf.org.
Pictured: Kathy Anderson, Yellow and White Pansies, oil, 10" x 14"
At Rodef Shalom
Spanish Inquisition, Nov. 2, 7:30pm
Manuel Martin, Ph.D will present “The Spanish Inquisition - The Black Legend Causes and Consequences," covering a brief history, the Black Legend, Marranos, Moriscos & Protestants, and the aftermath.
Kintu Moses - Nov. 16, 7pm
Aaron Kintu Moses, Director of Education, Abayudaya Jewish Community of Uganda will present a dynamic multi-media program on the Kulanu-supported Abayudaya primary and high schools, which educate and feed 700 Jewish, Muslim and Christian children studying together in peace.
Programs are free but reservations are recommended. RSVP online at HERE, call 303-399-0035 or email email@example.com.
Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness & Action
Informational Breakfast Friday, Nov. 18, 7:30-9am
When will the sun rise on a world without genocide? Learn about CCGAA's accomplishments since 2006, what is happening in Sudan today and how your support can help create a world without genocide. With Special Guest Professor Ved Nanda, DU Professor of International Law and U.S. Institute of Human Rights advisory council member. Cost: $12. RSVP: Roz Duman (303) 856-7334.
Comedian Joel Chasnoff at the Curious Theater
Sunday, Nov. 6, 12-2:30pm - All Jewish 8th-12th Graders Invited!
Teenagers will laugh out loud at New York Comedian Joel Chasnoff. He'll make us laugh about his real life experiences in the Israeli army. Pre-register online for $5 HERE. $10 at the door. A collaborative event of the Jewish Youth Professionals Council.