Photos: Ooh la la! Denver Art Museum goes Parisian
All photos by Nate Hemmert
The Denver Art Museum gave its outdoor plaza a Parisian makeover this week, complete with café tables, streetlamps and even a few local artists painting in the courtyard. The transformation was designed to announce the start of public ticket sales for DAM's fall exhibit, Passport to Paris, and a fifteen-foot Eiffel Tower and the Colorado Symphony Horn Ensemble, along with a fresh crepe cart and the Bistro Bus, helped transport passersby on Tuesday afternoon. Keep reading for a look at Paris on the Platte.
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