Converge Denver fits well in the industrial, nondescript past it shared with other structures on RiNo’s Brighton Blvd. The structure was built in the late 1930’s or early 1940’s. Originally a manufacturing plant for industrial parts, the building was also the home of a printing company. On the outside, Converge is boring, but do not be deceived. On the inside, Converge is filled with people working in community to shape themselves, their work, and the world around them in creative ways. Converge is full of designers and developers, fine artists and filmmakers, startups and nonprofits, freelancers and free thinkers. The space is rough and yet refined. It has an edge and is comfortable, What is seems to be best is curate growing friendships and collaborative connections, foster a desire to pour freshness and innovation into culture. On DOD weekend, members of the Converge community (“Convergers”) will display art, show films, take photos, fly drones, and enjoy life.
Here is an image of the Converge Denver building, courtesy of Doors Open Denver.