One November Morning: Art on Sand Creek By Cheyenne & Arapaho Artists


Jan. 5 – March 6 – Museum of Anthropology

An expansion of a pop-up exhibit that was on display at the Denver Art Museum in November and December, “One November Morning,” running Jan. 5–March 6 at the University of Denver Museum of Anthropology, is a collection of works by five Cheyenne-Arapaho artists who are descendants of victims of the Sand Creek Massacre. The exhibit is their collective response to the massacre, which happened 150 years ago when University of Denver founder John Evans was governor of the Colorado Territory.