If it feels like something's been gone from your life, perhaps it's Untitled. But now the Denver Art Museum's Friday night happy hour of fun programming is back from its holiday hiatus with a whole new agenda for a whole new year.
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Untitled #53: (Aftermath) kicks off 2013 by looking at endings and focusing on food; activities include a talk by photographer Laura Letinsky and Paper Bird songstress Esme Patterson's new, museum-inspired song, as well as a paean to Meso-American chocolate in the midst of the DAM's Spanish Colonial collection.
Welcome Untitled back to the fold tonight from 6 to 10 p.m.; all activities are free with the $10 museum admission price.
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