The RiNo Art District
is hosting a breakfast at its monthly neighborhood meeting
to kick off its 2016 initiatives.
The Art District will provide complimentary light breakfast fare from RiNo's restaurants and bakeries, including Babettes, The Preservery, Comida and Stowaway, as well as mimosas and special cider-mosas from C Squared Ciders.
The breakfast will be held on Thurs. Feb. 11 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at Summit Church, 3300 Larimer St., where the Art District will present its lineup of initiatives for the year and attendees will have the chance to comment and discuss the projects planned for this year, including design guidelines, wayfinding signage and the parking study.
- Affordability for artists, creatives and entrepreneurs to advocate for and help keep RiNo artists in the district
- RiNo design guidelines
- RiNo gateways, wayfinding and signage
- Brighton Boulevard construction
- 38th Street underpass creative lighting project
- Multimodal access and parking plan
- Placemaking: crosswalks, benches, bike racks, alleys
- Green stormwater strategy
- Westside lighting and safety
- Park planning and activation
Located just north of downtown Denver, the RiNo Art District was formed in 2005 by a small group of artists focused on starting an artist and creative community and helping these businesses market their work. Today, RiNo is a state-certified Colorado Creative District and has grown to more than 200 member, 250 studios and 25 galleries. The district also includes a Business Improvement District and a General Improvement District.
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