First Friday Art Walks Return to Dairy Block
Each Dairy Block First Friday will highlight quality, affordable, family-friendly and inspirational works with a Southwestern theme
LoDo’s Dairy Block micro-district is excited to once again be highlighting an eclectic mix of top artists this Spring & Summer with the First Friday Art Walk series from May – September curated by Southern Kindness Gallery.
Each Dairy Block First Friday will highlight quality, affordable, family-friendly and inspirational works with a Southwestern theme created by top artists – including Matti Made, Richelle Cripe, Kimberly Wolff, Emma Menke, Parrott McKenzie, Cora Wheeler and others. For more information on the participating artists, please visit here.
Held in the Dairy Block Alley from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., each First Friday Art Walk will also feature live local music, pop-up bars and food & drink specials from Dairy Block partners.
Led by Denver & Houston hospitality veteran Magen Pastor, Southern Kindness is a new virtual art gallery and boutique concept that provides an inclusive and accessible platform where conscious consumers can connect with artists and collect specialized art. The Southern Kindness gallery is home to art across mediums including paintings, murals, sculptures, ceramics, and glass.
Southern Kindness will also have a booth at each Dairy Block First Friday Art Walk highlighting new Southwestern artists. For more information or to RSVP, please visit here.
Home to more than 750 original art pieces created by Colorado artists – including Mario Zoots, Molly Bounds and Diego Rodriguez-Warner – Dairy Block is committed to supporting a wide variety of local makers by hosting ongoing pop-up installations & art events. Don’t miss Moda Pink – the pop-up gallery boutique by A. Michel Velazquez and Nicole Gonzales of Velart Denver Co. open through May 31st. Experience “Downpour,” the new immersive art piece now floating above Blake’s Passage, the pedestrian walkway that runs from the middle of the activated Alley out towards Blake Street.
Developed by McWHINNEY, Sage Hospitality and Grand American, Inc., Dairy Block is a mixed-used redevelopment of the historic LoDo block that once housed Denver’s Windsor Dairy. Dairy Block is a vibrant downtown Denver hottest destination for shopping, drinking, dining and overnight stays at The Maven Hotel. For more information, please visit here.