Denver’s Knew Conscious Collective an art gallery and social club is known for throwing epic late-night parties with global artists from the jam, funk, livetronica, bass music, and house genres. In the past, the venue has hosted shows with artists from acts like The Disco Biscuits, Break Science, Lettuce, SunSquabi, The String Cheese Incident, GRiZ, Shpongle, Thievery Corporation, The New Mastersounds, and many more.

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Recently, Knew Conscious Collective moved to a bigger space in Denver’s LoDo region after seven years in RiNo, in an attempt to create an even better environment for club members and those attending performances. However, the venue encountered some unforeseen zoning issues, meaning additional construction must be done for Knew Conscious to fully comply with city regulations and re-open. Founders of the interdisciplinary artistic hub have started an Indiegogo campaign to raise the final portion of funds needed for construction and are currently offering discounted memberships and incredible artwork and prints as an incentive.

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According to the venue, those that contribute to the campaign can secure heavily discounted packages for membership and all shows, in addition to expediated entry to the gallery, limited edition 18×24″ prints produced by Threyda, and other original works of art. The funds raised will go towards building bigger bathrooms, fire exits, additional fire sprinklers, improved heating and air conditioning, and more.

In addition to individual contributions, The City of Denver has pledged a grant of their own to help with the cost of construction, showing us their appreciation for what we provide for the community. According to venue founders:

There is very little risk of this project, only challenges. We do not want to break ground on construction until we have all of the funds in place. Our biggest challenge is raising money as quickly as possible so we can meet out ideal reopening date. Our commitment to our vision has led us to overcome any risk or challenge that had been presented to us. This one is no different.

Supporting the arts and, most importantly, independent spaces and promoters like Knew Conscious Collective is essential to a burgeoning creative scene on all levels and in all communities. There is a lot of adversity facing independent business owners these days, and support from the community is essential, especially now more than ever. Any and all contributions are helpful. Check out the campaign and what is being offered here.

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If you are unable to contribute to this campaign, there are still ways you can help. Share on all of your social media accounts—tell everyone you know! If you want to contribute more than the highest tiered perk of the campaign, please contact Knew Conscious directly. Contributions above our highest tier would be tax-deductible and made payable to the Denver Creative Spaces Fund, which has been an invaluable resource to us during this re-zoning process. For more information on them, please visit Denver Arts & Venues.