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  • 23 years ago | Art

    The mysterious Internet, a computerized environment once inhabited only by government scientists, is becoming more and more consumer-friendly. Although the cyberhighway can be jammed with trivia, its potential is enormous--particularly in the fiel...

  • 23 years ago | Art

    Full of snowy paper and sleek framing, Female Problems, a new show of mixed-media photo-based art at Emmanuel Gallery, seems as crisp, white and sterile as a hospital operating room. On closer examination, however, the pristine mood is shattered b...

  • 23 years ago | Art

    Here in Colorado, we get more than our share of "pretty" photographs of the West. These brilliantly colored fantasies portray a land full of unspoiled scenery, snow-capped peaks, green forests and crystalline lakes. But longtime residents know ano...

  • 23 years ago | Art

    Hard as it is to admit, Denver's alternative scene is aging. Well-established cooperative galleries such as Pirate and Spark are celebrating anniversaries well into the double digits, and many of their members now enjoy elder-statesman status. Hou...

  • 23 years ago | Art

    When I was around six years old, my mother took a class in oil painting at Emily Griffith Opportunity School. I have vivid memories of her bringing home boxes of smelly paint and handfuls of those tiny books filled with child-sized reproductions o...

  • 23 years ago | Art

    Any curator looking to find the best women artists from the Front Range over the last twenty years would do well to read the roster of the Rocky Mountain Women's Institute. Begun in 1976, RMWI's annual search for female (and, since 1993, male) art...

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