Mayor Michael B. Hancock will join Claudia Rankine for an on-stage conversation about race, social justice, and community, followed by an audience Q&A. Rankine will also sign copies of the book afterward.
Seating: The event will start at 6:30 PM, with lobby doors opening at 5:00 PM. We will have artwork from Denver Talks participants on display and writing activities available in the lobby. Seating will open at 6:00 PM. All seating is general admission.
Audience Q&A: The mayor and Rankine will answer a limited number of audience questions following their conversation. Before the event, there will be a table in the lobby where audience members can submit their questions for consideration.
Book Signing: Rankine will sign copies of her books in the Boettcher Concert Hall lobby immediately following the event. If you need to purchase copies, Tattered Cover Bookstore will be selling Rankine's books in the lobby before and after the event.
Getting There: Boettcher Concert Hall is located at 1000 14th St., in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. For driving directions, click here.
We encourage the use of public transportation when possible. Boettcher Concert Hall is located across the street from the Theatre District/Convention Center light rail stop, which is served by the D, F, and H lines. Visit the RTD website to plan your trip.
Parking: The Denver Performing Arts Complex has an attached parking garage; event parking is $12. There are also surface lots and metered parking spots nearby.
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