Come and discover the unique and engaging events happening on Tennyson St in Northwest Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood. Enjoy everything from concerts, first Friday Art Walks, book author events, beer tappings and don't forget Totally Tennyson!
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First Friday Photography Exhibit
August 3, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 6:00pm on day First of the month, repeating until August 31, 2018
Tennyson Street Photography Exhibit Opening Reception
Photographers will display their favorite photographs from our Last First Friday Photography Walk at the XO Gift CO. starting at 6pm.
If you missed our last two Photography Walks please join us for the next First Friday. Bring your cameras and enjoy what Tennyson Street has to offer. Submit your photos for the next exhibit in August at Tenn Street Coffee and Books.
Originally annexed as the Town of North Denver, the Berkeley neighborhood has set the stage for some of Denver’s most well known names. Historic giants like Elitch’s (Zoological) Gardens, whose original theatre is still located at 38th and Tennyson, helped to create the vibrant cultural landscape unique to the neighborhood and its history. Mary Elitch, the owner of Elitch’s Gardens and namesake theatre, had a particular interest in developing the arts and cultural scene in the northwest Denver neighborhood. The popularity of her theatre (the first to screen movies in Denver), zoological and botanical gardens resulted in the rise of the Tennyson street car named the “Berkeley Motor”, a bustling track of transportation that serviced and helped grow the population of homeowners and visitors in the neighborhood.
Photographers please email us your proofs for this exhibit at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have more photographs you would like to display as prints please let us know. Drop off for your framed and wired photographs on Friday May 25th at our Elitch Theatre Academy Location. 6-7pm.
4309 W 44th Ave., Denver CO, 80212
We will see you all at the next First Friday on Tennyson Street.