The Happy City Project was inspired by Charles Montgomery’s influential publication “Happy City,” which questions the intersection between urban design and the science of happiness. Denver, along with many other cities, is responding to these questions with “Art for the People” to provide art experiences in public spaces. The hope is that people will come together. With installation sites in Denver’s streets, alleyways, billboards and more, the event programming kicked off last week but will run through June. See below for this month’s events and visit happycitydenver.com for more details.
Upcoming Events for May:
May 23rd: “Happiness Unpacked Panel Discussion” at the Lewis Sharpe Auditorium (Denver Art Museum)
May 24th: “Happy Talks #2” at Union Station
May 25: “How to Measure the Weather with members of Flinching Eye Collective” at Emmanuel Art Gallery
May 29: “Sources of Strength Teen Workshop” at Board Game Repuplic
May 31: “Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No.2 with Happy Clouds” at Red Rocks Ampitheatre