Biennial of the Americas Celebration Unites…

The City & County Building at Denver’s Civic Center Park was all aglow with dancing lights for the closing the third Biennial of the Americas. Hundreds came out to celebrate the culmination an international festival of ideas, art and culture. The week event brought together more than 200 experts for clinica on a variety of topics , symposiums with world reknown panalists debating the most challenging issues facing the americas, entreprenuers from throughtout North & Latin America pitching their inovative ideas to investors as well as 100 artists & performers, 20 world class speakers, two presidents, 3 mayors and two incredible out door festivals.

Read our articles and see photo galleries at: Biennial Opens With Ideas, Art, Culture and a Street Party

Latinos Missing at Biennial of the Americas Events:

Biennial 2015 closing party XposerPhotography (43)

About the Biennial of the Americas:
The Biennial of the Americas connects business, art, culture and civic leaders from throughout the Americas by building lasting relationships, addressing shared issues and inspiring action.  The Biennial opened July 14, 2015 with a week of events, and continues through August 30, 2015. The Biennial of the Americas will featured groundbreaking art installations, engaging conversations, live performances and free festivals and programs that celebrate our shared cultural heritage and rich connection to the world around us.
The most inspiring artists, innovators and experts explored the theme “NOW!,” examining today’s exceptional times in the Western Hemisphere. These events supplement the additional programs available at of art exhibits, symposium panels and clinicas produced by the Biennial of the Americas.

Major sponsors for the 2015 Biennial of the Americas include Liberty Global Inc., The Anschutz Foundation, Boettcher Foundation, Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, EY, Escape Dynamics, Fundación Televisa, Itaú and Mercer.

Photos by Teddy Gomez, Xposer Photography for Latin Life Denver Media