Friday, February 22, 2019 - 6:00pm10:00pm.
Hamilton Building DenverCO
Included in general admission

Untitled Final Friday

featuring Black Actors Guild

Untitled Final Fridays is the DAM’s monthly late-night program featuring unconventional experiences developed in collaboration with local creatives and community members.

In February, join Black Actors Guild to explore dynamic narratives from Denver’s Five Points neighborhood through music, poetry, and performance.

Theme: City on Stage

A night of immersive theatre performance that celebrates the characters and stories that helped shape the Five Points neighborhood in Denver, inspired by the Jordan Casteel: Returning the Gaze exhibition. Choose an ACT and follow the performance through the museum!

Songs of Freedom: Enjoy a soul-filled, jammin’ soundtrack that represents Juneteenth from tragedy to triumph. Soundtrack curated by Norman T. Harris. Soundtrack influence: Sojourner Truth.

Drop-in Activities

6–8:30 pm: Level 1, Atrium

Pioneers O! Pioneers: Start with a character creation journey! Create new identities inspired by the history of Five Points.

6:30–9 pm: Level 3, Hub

Be Heard: Join the protest by making your own poster, with designs from Ink Lounge.

7–9:30 pm: Lower Level, Sharp Auditorium

Five Points Oral Histories: Hear the history of Five Points from the people who created it with a series of films from the Blair-Caldwell Library.

Performances

6 pm, Level 1, Atrium

Kickoff!: March to the beat of the drum with the Montbello Drumline.

ACT I

6:15 pm, Level 1, Atrium, Freight Elevator

Joan & Charlie: Who Am I? Discover new identities with Buntport Theater.

6:30–6:45 pm, Level 1, in Casteel exhibit

The Gaze: Anonymous within a crowd, making eye contact, making connections with the Black Actors Guild.

6:45–7 pm, Level 1, in Casteel exhibit

Earth Element: Join Toluwa Obi (Toluwanimi Obiwole) as she sonically explores various elements of her identity.

7:15–7:30 pm, Level 2, Newman Overlook

The Hustle: A changing community creates struggles for working artists. Performance by the Black Actors Guild.

7:30–7:45 pm, Level 3, Atrium

Juneteenth: Taking a chance to be heard, be seen, and spark change. Performance by the Black Actors Guild.

7:45–8 pm, Level 4, Gallery

Stop and Listen: Panama Soweto channels a hybrid style of storytelling and poetry, challenging ideas about bullying, single-parenthood, sexual abuse, self-advocacy, and discrimination.

ACT II

7:45 pm, Level 1, Atrium, Freight Elevator

Joan & Charlie: Who Am I? Discover new identities with Buntport Theater.

8–8:15 pm, Level 1, in Casteel exhibit

The Gaze: Anonymous within a crowd, making eye contact, making connections with the Black Actors Guild.

8:15–8:30 pm, Level 1, in Casteel exhibit

Earth Element: Join Toluwa Obi (Toluwanimi Obiwole) as she sonically explores various elements of her identity.

8:45–9 pm, Level 2, Newman Overlook

The Hustle: A changing community creates struggles for working artists. Performance by the Black Actors Guild.

9–9:15 pm, Level 3, Atrium

Juneteenth: Taking a chance to be heard, be seen, and spark change. Performance by the Black Actors Guild. Performance by the Black Actors Guild.

9:15–9:30 pm, Level 4, Gallery

Stop and Listen: Panama Soweto channels a hybrid style of storytelling and poetry, challenging ideas about bullying, single-parenthood, sexual abuse, self-advocacy, and discrimination

ACT III, 9:40 pm

Surprise performance in the Level 1 Atrium!

Food available for purchase during the evening from Rag Bag Bistro.

Untitled is free for members and includes general admission to the museum. Students with valid ID receive two-for-one tickets during Untitled.

Note: Dior: From Paris to the World requires a separate ticket.