Denver Modernism Show

The Denver Modernism show has put out a call to artists – put your modern work in the show and have it judged by Shag (yeah, he’s awesome).

The show itself is Aug. 28-29-30, 2009 at the National Western Complex in the Expo Hall – Main Level
Exit I-70 on Brighton Blvd (just east of I-25)

Show Hours:

Friday 5 – 7pm
Early VIP Gala
Admission: $35
includes readmission all weekend, open bar, entertainment, special guests.
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Friday 7 – 10pm
Preview Party
Admission: $15
includes live music, hula girls, cash bar.
Shop the show early!
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Saturday 10am – 6pm
Admission: $5
Kids under 12: FREE!

Sunday 10am- 3pm
Admission $8
includes admission into theDenver Modernism CAR SHOW!
Kids under 12: FREE!

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