admitsee:

The feeling after finals is one of the best in the world!

admitsee:

The feeling after finals is one of the best in the world!


itzhakkimchi:

Union Station Grand Opening || Denver, CO || May 9, 2014

Yesterday was a historic day for Denver as Union Station officially opened to the public. To the fanfare of thousands, the likes of the mayor, the governor, and Colorado’s U.S. Senators cut the ribbon to the new underground bus terminal. 

Unlike other stations in the U.S. that have been converted into malls or convention centers, Union Station has been reinvigorated in its original purpose has a transit hub and gateway to the city. Services now include light rail, Amtrak, buses, and regional rail (opening in 2016).

However, a lot of work still has to be done. The Great Hall, hotel, restaurants, and retail will be completed in July, so we continue to look forward to the project’s completion!


Me on final exams


When all of the snow melts and the sun comes back, be sure to check out Denver’s public art tours put on free of charge by Denver Art’s and Venues! These tours are led by some great docents who will guide you and answer any questions about the art in various areas such as Civic Center Park and Denver Performing Arts Complex. http://artsandvenuesdenver.com/public-art/public-art-tours for more information!


When my school gives me free food because of finals


huffingtonpost:

Take a break from studying and watch the full video with all it’s ‘Frozen’ / Starbucks crossover goodness. 


itzhakkimchi:

17th St. Promenade || Denver, CO || April 11, 2014
Union Station has a storied past. From being the original gateway to the Queen City of the Plains to becoming a dilapidated brownfield site on skid row, it’s now become one of the largest redevelopment projects in the nation. If it provides the urban renaissance that Denver has sought for decades, only time will tell. 
Be sure to check out the grand opening of the transit portion this Friday (May 9)! The hotel and restaurants will follow suit in July. 

itzhakkimchi:

17th St. Promenade || Denver, CO || April 11, 2014

Union Station has a storied past. From being the original gateway to the Queen City of the Plains to becoming a dilapidated brownfield site on skid row, it’s now become one of the largest redevelopment projects in the nation. If it provides the urban renaissance that Denver has sought for decades, only time will tell. 

Be sure to check out the grand opening of the transit portion this Friday (May 9)! The hotel and restaurants will follow suit in July. 


studypods:

After all your perseverance graduation is finally here. The time has come walk the stage and kiss university life goodbye.  But wait, you’re not off the hook yet. Here are 6 Things you need to do before graduation: www.studypods.com/blog

studypods:

After all your perseverance graduation is finally here. The time has come walk the stage and kiss university life goodbye.  But wait, you’re not off the hook yet. Here are 6 Things you need to do before graduation: www.studypods.com/blog




denverpostphoto:

Carlos Vallejos, 8, left and his cousin Chris Beam, right, of Denver, try to get Vallejos’ dragon kite in the air during the 12th annual Arvada Kite Festival held at the Stenger soccer complex in Arvada, Co on April 6, 2014. 
Photo By Helen H. Richardson 
Check out the Denver Post’s Pictures of the Month 

denverpostphoto:

Carlos Vallejos, 8, left and his cousin Chris Beam, right, of Denver, try to get Vallejos’ dragon kite in the air during the 12th annual Arvada Kite Festival held at the Stenger soccer complex in Arvada, Co on April 6, 2014. 

Photo By Helen H. Richardson 

Check out the Denver Post’s Pictures of the Month 

(via denverpost)


msudenverartevents:

The Walls are WHITE
MSU Denver BFA Thesis Exhibition

Opening Reception: Friday, May 2, 2014 6-9pm
On View: May 2 – 10th, 2014

MSU Denver is proud to present The Walls are WHITE, BFA exhibition showcasing the talent of MSU’s Spring 2014 graduating visual artists. On view at the Center for Visual Art, an astounding array of work is to be highlighted in this extensive exhibition of work from 23 artists and their diverse theses.

Participating Artists: Kelly Ahlers, David Anderson, Flora Ashley, Jason Bade, Jazzmyn Barbosa, Brianne Beecroft, Molly Bounds, Rebecca Christensen, Amanda Frazier, Hershey Bautista, Sarah Howanec, Sarah Jackson, Rogers Joshua, Brenda LaBier, Sara Lightning, Heather Lopata, Amanda Metsala, Brett Neilsen, Ashley Orne, Amanda Parde, Mattie Poppins, Saraya Sigsbee, Jake Smid

The Center for Visual Art
965 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO 80204
Tuesday - Friday 11am - 6pm, 
Saturday 12 - 5pm. 
During exhibitions, CVA is open until 8 pm on First and Third Fridays.
For more information call 303-294-5207 or


bookspotter:

The Bhagavad Gita. Hardcover, no jacket (so it could have been any translation or edition). M, 20s, black T-shirt, hoodie vest, work boots, lots of bracelets. Friday evening. Colfax at Auraria Station.

bookspotter:

The Bhagavad Gita. Hardcover, no jacket (so it could have been any translation or edition). M, 20s, black T-shirt, hoodie vest, work boots, lots of bracelets. Friday evening. Colfax at Auraria Station.


msudenverartevents:

Leah Buechley is next weeks visiting designer at MSU Denver. Her work explores the intersection of computer science, art, design, and education. She is a well-known expert in the field of electronic textiles (e-textiles) and the developer of the LilyPad Arduino toolkit. She was previously an Associate Professor at the MIT Media Lab and the director of the High-Low Tech group, where her research was the recipient of an NSF CAREER award.
Wed. 4/23, 6:30pm Public LectureThe Center for Visual Art

msudenverartevents:

Leah Buechley is next weeks visiting designer at MSU Denver. Her work explores the intersection of computer science, art, design, and education. She is a well-known expert in the field of electronic textiles (e-textiles) and the developer of the LilyPad Arduino toolkit. She was previously an Associate Professor at the MIT Media Lab and the director of the High-Low Tech group, where her research was the recipient of an NSF CAREER award.

Wed. 4/23, 6:30pm Public Lecture
The Center for Visual Art