Susan Froyd is a Denver native who studied English, Art and finally Journalism at Metro State University, and also managed movie theaters and sold art supplies before landing at Westword in 1992. Decades later, she still feels privileged to serve the vibrant artists in all disciplines who make our town a more engaging place to live.
13 hours ago | Arts and Culture
Digital animator Faiyaz Jafri has been on top of his game for as long as the medium has even been around, beginning thirty years ago on an Apple computer with the most basic of programming tools available. It was a painstakingly different onscreen...
3 days ago | Film and TV
“I think I’m very black, very cool and very dope — those three things. If I had niche or had to choose one, it’d be cool, black and awesome — and fun.” That’s how Amir George, a Chicago filmmaker, describes his own Afrofuturist alternative film w...
3 days ago | 100 Colorado Creatives
Author and activist Erika T. Wurth puts a modern face on Native American life, which she characterizes as a vital, but invisible underground, thriving beneath the homogenized American landscape. When she’s not away teaching creative writing for h...
6 days ago | Activism
Axis Mundi: Environmental Melancholia, Collective Social Mania and Biophilia, a complicated three-part group exhibition facilitated and mounted by artist Regan Rosburg and PlatteForum, follows the convoluted paths of modern ecopsychology through l...
7 days ago | Art
Big events collide in a beautiful way this weekend in Denver, importing an international presence for the Biennial of the Americas, along with a hardworking community of street artists descending on Rino to paint murals for Crush 2017. In keeping,...