The Center for Visual Art provides diverse, high-quality art experiences that bring local and international artists, MSU Denver students and the broader community together to advance the global urban dialogue.
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CVA introduces Nourish, a 4-week Culture Club art-making program. Nourish sessions will gather inspiration from exhibitions at CVA providing art-making models that inspire mindfulness and healing energy.
Each session will begin with a mindful warm up, transitioning us from the hectic world to a place of contemplation and peace.
Individual sessions will focus on landscape, the body, abstraction and dreams to guide us in understanding our interior lives better and help us to feel more at peace in our ever changing landscape.
The Center for Visual Art is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, Colorado Creative Industries, a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the Jan and Fred Mayer Fund, the Marcia Gold Naiman Fund, the Campbell Foundation Fund, BBVA Compass Foundation, Denver Arts and Venues – Imagine 2020, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff + Ragonetti, Corona Insights, Delta Dental, the MSU Denver Office of Diversity and Inclusion and other private sources including CVA members and individual donors.