Drop-in anytime all night!
Go Big, Plaza, 6:30–9:30 pm
Find Display Devices’ mobile projection system on the outside of the museum with projections by Alejandra Abad, Chris Bagley, and Felix Ayodele.
Solar, Hamilton Building, Level 1 Atrium, 6–10 pm
A collaboration of moving images by Alejandra Abad and poetry by Gwendalynn Roebke, author of A Bruxist Manifesto. Using magical realism, the animated video evokes a sense of wonder about our survival in an expansive universe.
Requerimiento, Hamilton, Level 2 Atrium, 6–10 pm
Alejandra Abad explores the text of the Requerimiento in this animated video. Written by a member of the Royal Council of Castile (about 1510), the Requerimiento was read by conquistadors to indigenous people to justify the colonization and conquest of the Americas.
Untitled, Martin Building, Level 1, Creative Hub, 6–10 pm
An installed homage to Día de los Muertos and those who have passed, as we still carry them with us in our celebration of life. By Alejandra Abad and Laura Gonzalez.
Offbeat Art Tour, Martin Building, Level 1 Gallery, 6–10 pm
Frontline Farming takes an agricultural view of the ReVisión exhibition. Find the QR codes in the gallery and watch on your personal device.
late disco on earth, Level 2, Reiman Bridge, 6–10 pm
Inspired by the past and possible future, Chris Bagley’s installation melds form and color to produce hypnotic visual scapes that immerse the viewer in lights.
Vida, Level 2, Sturm Pavilion, 6–10 pm
Moving images, by Alejandra Abad, that depict the relationships between earth, water, flora, and fauna in celebration of our living planet and its fragile state.
Pulsing Equis, Martin Building, Level 7 Gallery, 6–10 pm
Watch a previously recorded performance that explores the coloniality of race, gender, and sexuality through sound and movement. By Lau Malaver (them, they) and Shawn O’Neal (he, him, his), videographers and editors: Frank Pryor (he, him, his) and Nick Velharticky (he, him, his).
Found Sound Instrument Workshop, Martin Building, Level 1, Creative Hub (Sky Blue), 6–9:30 pm
Join the Playground Ensemble's Conrad Kehn and Rachel Hargroder to interact with a wide variety of recycled instruments built by musicians. Participants can also make their own small instrument to take home!
PUMP UP PATCHES, Martin Building, Level 1, Creative Hub (Ruby Room), 6–9:30 pm
Dive into printmaking by creating your very own fabric patches from carved stamps that promote spreading kindness, resiliency, empathy, wonder, and delight—with Emily Hope Dobkin (of Betterish) and Olive Moya.
Monuments, Martin Building, Level 2, Design Studio, 6–9:30 pm
Three interactive monuments invite participants to create rubbings from their textured surfaces. Rubbings are imprints—they are intended to allow the creator to carry forth a manual image from objects that are often completely immobile or fleetingly impermanent. By Robert Martin (they/them).
Storytelling Studio, Hamilton Building, Level 1 Atrium, 6–9:30 pm
Discover how artists combine visual imagery and the power of words in two interactive self-guided activities. The Denver Art Museum’s interactive Storytelling Studio is a place to spark your creativity, connect with Denver’s creative community, and get a new perspective on the artistic process.
Útero del sol, Level 2, Sturm Pavilion, 6:15 pm
A cosmic welcoming celebration featuring music by Felix Ayodele and Steve Jones (of Black Moon Howl), and moving images by Alejandra Abad.
I Will Survive, Level 2, Sturm Pavilion, 7:30 pm & 8:30 pm
Celebrate the triumph over heartbreak and the will of the spirit's capacity to restore itself through the gift of expression—through a musical performance featuring Felix Ayodele, Troy Robey, and The Playground Ensemble (Sarah Whitnah, Robyn Julyan, Stephanie Mientka, and David Short).
Holler at the Hub, Martin Building, Level 1, Creative Hub, 6:45 pm & 7:45 pm
Diana Lizette performs through movement and words in, EL PRIMER ROSARIO, and Franklin Cruz presents powerful storytelling that deepens our human connections in his spoken-word performances.
Ọkàn balẹ̀ (Peace of Mind), Martin Building, Level 1, Creative Hub Terrace, 7:15 pm & 8:15 pm
A collaborative performance celebrating Latinx and African culture through dance, moving image, and music. Music: Ọkàn balẹ̀ (Peace of mind), by Felix Ayodele. Performers: Constance Harris, Jesus Munoz. Projections by Alejandra Abad.
Offbeat Art Tour, Martin Building, Level 4 Gallery, 7:45 pm & 8:45 pm
Discover how the history of Latin American art lives on today through the perspective of Gabby Gutierrez-Reed, comedian and actor.
El Javi, Martin Building, Level 6 Gallery, 7:45 pm & 8:45 pm
Experience instrumental Flamenco fusion guitar by El Javi.
Piper’s Procession, starts in Hamilton Building, Level 2 Gallery, 9:15 pm
Embrace the muse—the ever-blowing wind that encourages us to keep moving, keep exploring, find your groove, and get creative. Follow Felix Ayodele in a musical procession.
ALEGRIA! Martin Building, Level 1, Creative Hub, 9:30 pm
Dance the night to a close with a performance by Samba Colorado and an open dance party to celebrate the presence and survival of our hybrid identities.
What is Untitled?
Untitled: Creative Fusions is a quarterly collaboration with local artists and creatives to create an evening full of events, performances, experimentation, and one-of-a-kind experiences. Throughout the night, artists showcase their work while providing a hands-on and engaging atmosphere.
Untitled: Creative Fusions is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and CultureHaus.