The historic McNichols Civic Center Building is located on the northwest corner of Civic Center Park, at the intersection of Colfax and Bannock. In 1909, the cornerstone of the McNichols Building was laid. It set the foundation for the Carnegie Library that would become a center of learning in Civic Center Park.
That tradition continues as the building was re-opened in 2012 as a contemporary hub for arts and culture for the people of Denver. This stunning Greek Revival building with its classic Corinthian columns and iconic colonnade across its front, offers new experiences in a classic space.
This unique urban retreat places you in the heart of downtown Denver, just blocks from the Denver Art Museum, the Clyfford Still Museum, the Colorado History Museum, and many other sights, restaurants and shops. The venue offers easy access from the Denver International Airport with great accommodation options just blocks away!
Art Makers Denver will occupy the second and third floors of the McNichols building. The space can be divided by a series of movable walls and curtains to create individual workshop spaces. Each floor will accommodate approximately seven workshops. The building is equipped with an elevator to all floors, and ramps for ease of loading/unloading. The building is air conditioned, but, if desired, exterior windows can be opened to the beautiful fall Colorado weather!