For Immediate Release

Contact: Angela Astle

#ArtFindsUs Mobile Performing and Visual Arts comes to ALL 11 Districts
Thursday, August 27 from 4-8pm

Denver, CO, August 18, 2020  –  This summer dance, music and visual arts take to the streets of metro Denver.  K Contemporary Gallery and Athena Project have partnered to bring visual and performing artists to the city’s eleven districts. On Thursday, August 27th between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. a mobile group of artists will travel a predetermined route, pausing along the way to invite communities to experience vibrant local artists without having to leave their neighborhoods.  These offerings provide a safe opportunity to view art during the time of Covid-19 and are accessible from windows, yards and patios. The routes will include neighborhoods, business districts and locations where all can commune safely to celebrate arts & culture.

The #ArtFindsUs featured artists and routes will be published at

Thursday, August 27, the mobile feast of performers will be activating spaces in the Capitol Hill and Baker neighborhoods.  In Baker, a mobile stage created by Handsome Little Devils will feature dancers from Bella Diva Dance as well as comedian, Shanel Hughes. Riding independently in pedicabs in Capitol Hill will be local favorites, K Street Band. Mobile billboards will traverse all 11 city council districts and will feature visual artists curated by K Contemporary Gallery.

#ArtFindsUs looks forward to building upon June and July’s outings where it was able to visit Saint Joseph Hospital, Safeway in Five Points, Coffee at The Point, Youth on Record, and Su Teatro, among others.

WHAT #ArtFindsUs
WHERE Capitol Hill, Baker Neighborhoods and the rest metro Denver
WHEN    Thursday, August 27, 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

This is a rain or shine event and we ask all audiences to practice social distancing and to wear a mask to help protect our artists and slow the spread of Covid-19.

If you would like to sponsor or if you are an artist and would like to participate in upcoming #ArtFindsUs events please contact

About K Contemporary Located in the heart of Denver’s historic LoDo district, K Contemporary represents emerging and established international artists. Since its inception, K Contemporary has made a name for itself by recontextualizing and informing the dialogue about how we experience art. This artist-centric gallery has a focus on contemporary and conceptual art, as informed by historical context while providing its patrons with engaging exhibitions, pop-ups, art interventions, and art fairs. Through these immersive and experiential displays, K Contemporary acts as a catalyst for an engaging discussion about the role of contemporary art in society.

K Contemporary’s mission is to foster an environment that helps artists develop their ideas and produce artwork with depth and contextual significance, while creating a platform for Colorado-based artists to have national and international influence, and bring incredibly engaging work from international artists to Denver. K Contemporary aims to revolutionize the role of a contemporary gallery in the community. K Contemporary is a member of the Denver Art Dealers Association (DADA). For more information, visit K Contemporary’s website ( or engage with the gallery on Facebook and Instagram (@kcontemporaryart). 

About Athena Project Athena Project empowers women through the arts and creates a world with gender equity where women’s voices are amplified. Programs include our Plays In Progress Series showcasing the contributions of women playwrights from the earliest stages of new play development; Curating Art for Impact authentically connecting brand or mission to stakeholders in a thoughtful and engaging way; Artists’ Night Out connecting our community in an open mic type forum allowing artists to give and receive feedback on projects as well as hold space for conversations around the unique challenges of being an artist; Girls Create summer intensive week-long camps exploring various art forms, which culminates in final performances shared with friends, family, and the public. This program empowers girls to lead and affect change in themselves and others through creative learning.

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*At Athena Project, we believe that “women” means many things and can be a complicated term. We recognize that the term “women” does not automatically include all aspects of the gender spectrum.  We want to create a safer space for expression and growth for all women, trans, and gender-nonconforming individuals.