Even in his old age Joan Miro could create amazing sculptures and paintings but he would never let his creativity vanish. At the Denver Art Museum you can experience the Joan Miro: Instinct and Imagination exhibit through June. Miro’s sculptures were very creative like how he made them completely out of found objects such as garden tools, screws and much more.
Everybody loves mythic creatures. People spend time imagining the dragons and unicorns that they have heard stories of, watched movies about, and read about. One thing few people know is the origin of these mythic creatures. At the Denver Museum of Nature and science, the new exhibit about mythical creatures tells all about many mythic creatures.
Phamaly, a theater company comprised entirely of disabled actors, recently traveled to Japan to bring their brand of accessible magic to Osaka’s International Communication Center for Persons with Disabilities (BIG-i).
Did you know that you weigh as much as a bowling ball on the moon? Or that on Neptune it literally rains diamonds! In the new book Junior Genius Guides Outer Space by Ken Jennings you can find tons of astounding facts that will compel you to read more.
Keeper of the Lost Cities Everblaze by Shannon Messenger is an adrenaline pumping novel about a telepathic individual, Sophie (an elf) trying to defeat her rivals resulting in a picture painted by words and figurative language and a deep whirlpool of imagination pulling this story together as a world and an adventure beyond your wildest dreams.