In the October edition of Unplugged, join teaching specialist Molly Medakovich in a relaxing exploration of a 17th-century winter landscape scene by Japanese artist Unkoku Toeki.
Lose yourself in the peaceful setting and marvel at the dazzling effects of the ink and gold leaf that the artist used to describe nature at its finest. Discover overlooked details, explore ideas, and make connections as we linger, look, and discuss.
Join us on a select Friday each month for Unplugged, a program that explores different ways to turn down the tempo and unwind.
With the galleries as the setting and artworks as inspiration, unplug through slow looking and conversation, physical movement, guided meditation, or creative expression.
The Unplugged experience changes each month.
Adult programs are supported by William Randolph Hearst Endowment for Education Programs, Nancy Benson Education Endowment Fund, CenturyLink Endowment, James Kelley and Amie Knox Education Endowment Fund, and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).
Image: Unkoku Toeki (Japanese, 1591-1644), Winter Landscape (detail), 1600s. Ink and gold leaf on paper, 65.625 x 149.5 in. Walter C. Mead Collection at the Denver Art Museum, 1965.15.