Become a Mask Artist
Submit your information to become a Mask Project Artist. We’re interested in your artwork including shows or galleries you have been displayed in.More Info
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Mitch Albom, author of New York Times best-seller—Tuesdays with Morrie. Purchase tickets or learn more about sponsorships.More Info
A unique opportunity to support The Denver Hospice while gaining valuable exposure for your business or organization at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center.More Info
News & Stories
Mask Artist Creates for Musical Greats
For Gladys Knight, the mask muse was flowers.
For Judy Collins, it was butterflies.
For Donnie and Marie Osmond, a family tree took center stage.
And for Josh Groban, the white porcelain base mask was transformed into dramatic black.
Masks from Around the Globe
The good works and global impact of primatologist Jane Goodall also shine through her Mask Project contributions. Here, the U.N. Messenger of Peace signs her mask for the 2016 Mask Project.
2016 Mask Project Exhibit & Luncheon with Mitch Albom
The Denver Hospice has confirmed Mitch Albom, bestselling author, awarded sports journalist and philanthropist as the keynote speaker for The Mask Project Luncheon on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 11:30am, at the Seawall Grand Ballroom (1350 Arapahoe Street, Denver, CO, 80204). Albom is the author of six consecutive number one New York Times bestsellers, including “Tuesdays with Morrie”, the best-selling memoir of all time. The luncheon will complement the Denver Hospice’s biennial, month-long Mask Project Exhibit at Cherry Creek Shopping Center.
Behind the Mask – Still Grateful
Fifteen full years have passed since Diane Anders’ mother was a patient of The Denver Hospice (then the Hospice of Metro Denver). But when she shares the story of those days and decisions, deep emotion returns with the memories. “My mom was such a character,” Anders begins. “She lived her whole life in New York City. She was strong, smart and had a tremendous sense of humor. Her energy was high, and she could be counted on to bring life and laughter to any party.”
Five Young Artists Give Back to The Mask Project
One of our featured mask artists from the 2014 Mask Project experienced a life-changing event in summer of 2013. Before the accident, he played and refereed soccer, had 3 jobs and was constantly busy with social obligations. This experience has altered the course of his path, but brought the family closer and more bonded than ever before. He is on the road to recovery, but relies on the support of his friends and family now more than ever.