Young Artists Welcomed at the ArtReach Kids Art Zone

The 22nd Annual Golden Fine Arts Festival has once again partnered with ArtReach of Denver to give
young art enthusiasts the opportunity to create their own artwork while visiting the Festival. 

This year, the ArtReach Kids Art Zone will boast Monster Murals as well as a selection of individualized
age appropriate art projects.  Open during Festival hours, the Kids Art Zone enables children of all ages
to create their own masterpieces after being inspired by the Festival’s artists. 
Please note that children must be accompanied by a parent.

Established in 1974, ArtReach provides access to experience arts and culture for people of all ages who
struggle with physical, mental and behavioral or severe economic challenges through its Community
Tickets Program, Arts Express and Camp ArtReach. ArtReach programs annually serve more than 60,000
individuals and families in our community. The organization reaches disadvantaged people through
maintaining over 350 innovative, long-term partnerships between diverse art (local art agencies and
businesses) and community agencies (social service agencies, public
housing, long-term care facilities, parks and recreation departments, and schools). ArtReach is funded through
local and state government and foundation grants, corporations, membership fees, and individuals.

For more information visit www.artreachdenver.org

 

Art pictured above, from left to right: Alex Horst, Kent Kraus, Steve Smith, Janet Birch, Michael Stipek, Rebecca Lee
Featured Art: Crestone Needle, Early March by Jesse Crock