CORE New Art Space offers individual exhibitions


The contemporary CORE New Art Space gallery, now located at 6501 W. Colfax Ave. in Lakewood (home of Casa Bonita), presents solo exhibitions of several members for about a month at a time. A number of members hail from the southern metro area and all members are experienced and imaginative interpreters of the world around us. Note weekend hours and plan a visit here and other Lakewood galleries waiting for you. Featured Nov. 18-Dec. 4 : “Re-Defined” by Michelle Lamb; “Transmute” by Christine O’Dea; and “Manana” by Chris Hudson. Lamb is an assembly artist who reuses, reuses, reassembles objects into a new image, researches common objects, including obsolete machines, and gives them new meaning. His piece “Fortification” is remarkable. Opening hours: Friday 5pm-10pm; Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. 303-297-8428,

Calendar Winners

Photography Winners for the Town of Littleton’s 2023 Calendar Winners of the Littleton Calendar are selected and new calendars are expected to be available, free of charge, in town buildings the first week of December. The photographs will be by David Takahashi-Joyner; Steve Clark, David Skuodas, Candyce Herman, Amy Reichardt, Steven Petsch, Maureen Ravnik, Michael Griffith, Champagne Singleton, Richard Guarneros, Bob Coorsen, Bill Roes, Greta Sternitzky. The Littleton Fine Arts Board selected these artists from 65 photographers who submitted images.

Tesoro Conference

Tesoro Cultural Center’s next lecture is “The Night the Stars Fell” only at The Fort Restaurant on November 13th. Former Astronomical Society President Ron Hranac will discuss the science of meteors as a Leonid meteor shower appeared over Bent’s Fort in November. On December 13, 1833, attracting worldwide attention and mystifying the area’s Plains Indians, who feared it would signal the end of the world. Fort Restaurant, a replica of Colorado’s Bent’s Fort, is located at 19192 Highway 8 (Morrison Road), 303-839-1671,

City hall

“Putting it Together” features music and lyrics directed by Steven Sondheim at 7:30 p.m. October 27, 28, 29 and 2:30 p.m. October 30 at the Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W. Main Street in downtown Littleton. Also at City Hall: “Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” a participatory theater play, at 4 p.m. on October 31. Narrated by Lu Ann Buckstein, with children’s play in the audience. Tickets:, 303-794-2787.

Visual Arts Center

The CVA-Center for Visual Arts presents the Fall 2022, BFA Thesis Exhibition, works of 11 emerging artists at Metropolitan State University, Denver from November 11 through December 9. Free entry. 965 Santa Fe Drive, Denver. 303-294-5207, Closing at 6 p.m.

southern suburbs

Check your South Suburb Parks and Recreation catalog in print or online for arts programs planned for the coming months: dinner theater, festive food, Dia de los Muertos, pottery, origami, painting techniques, stained glass , assembly and princess dance! See


A pop-up exhibition by Littleton Fine Arts Guild member Pam Roth O’Mara will be on view at the Depot Art Gallery, 2069 W. Powers Ave., Littleton, November 8-19. 303-795-0781,


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