Graffiti: Denver’s Santa Fe Art District

Dr. B and I walked down to Renegade Brewing the other day. On the way through the Santa Fe Art District (located on and near Santa Fe Drive and Kalamath Street between Alameda and 12th Avenues), we found this art. Hope you enjoy it!

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According to Denver’s Neighborhood Guides, “the Art District on Santa Fe is the hub of the Denver art scene, with the largest concentration of art galleries in Colorado, featuring more than 40 galleries, shops, and restaurants. Art lovers can find everything from traditional art to contemporary and emerging art, including painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media, graphic art, and textiles. On the first Friday of every month, galleries attract lively crowds when they open their doors to the public for the First Friday Art Walk. For the more serious art crowd, Collector’s Night is held every third Friday of the month. The Museo de las Americas, with exhibits of Latino art from all areas of Central and South America, is another popular attraction in the neighborhood. The Art District on Santa Fe is also one of the first Colorado Creative Districts. Learn more about Colorado’s Creative Industries.”

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