Denver muralist Jaime Molina is sharing his passion and his paint brush with a few local young artists.
Over the past couple months, Molina held a series of workshops for local youth from Denver Public Library’s Montbello Branch ideaLab and the William E. Cope and Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Clubs.
When visitors explore Molina’s “Past the Tangled Present” installation on view at the Denver Art Museum, they will see more than 30 artworks created by these kids ages 12-18. Each one worked with Molina to create their own work inspired by the exhibit while showcasing their own style.
“Past the Tangled Present” is on view at the museum through Sunday, September 9. The exhibition is included with general admission which is free for members and thanks to the Free for Kids program, is also free to youth ages 18 and younger.
Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation are a proud sponsor of Free for Kids and support programs and initiatives that provide students across the state access to art and cultural experiences.