Fourteen works by students who participated in History Colorado’s Museum of Memory project, in connection to the Bruce Randolph School in the Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods of northeast Denver, will be on display in the CSU Spur Vida building for one year. The works document the stories of their families, the changes they have seen in their community, and life in North Denver through their eyes and in their own words. By creating “black out” poems, students transformed oral histories into creative works combining art, poetry, and storytelling.
This display and project has been developed in partnership with the Bruce Randolph School and Colorado State University. The CSU Spur Vida building is open to the public year-round. To visit and see this display, click here →