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  • Photos: A suite of artworks will accompany the Playground Ensemble's performance at Dazzle
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    Photos: A suite of artworks will accompany the Playground Ensemble's performance at Dazzle

    published Mar 03, 2014

    Conrad Kehn's Playground Ensemble, known for sharing difficult music from a modern age, is reaching back into the twentieth century canon of contemporary music to present twelve-tone composer Arnold S... More >>

  • It’s the Bomb

    published February 20, 2014

    Books and documentaries abound on the subject of Robert Oppenheimer and the Manhattan Project, the Los Alamos-based lab where scientists... More >>

  • Two-Headed Monsters

    published February 6, 2014

    Four strong shows drive full throttle into 2014 at the Rocky Mountain College of Arts + Design’s Philip J. Steele, Rude and Alumni galleries... More >>

  • After the Floods

    published February 20, 2014

    After Boulder County’s devastating floods in September, the City of Boulder and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art quickly mobilized to... More >>

  • <em>Modern Masters</em> distills the canon of twentieth-century art at the Denver Art Museum
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    Modern Masters distills the canon of twentieth-century art at the Denver Art Museum

    published Feb 28, 2014

    In a showing of neighborly solidarity, the Denver Art Museum turned to Dean Sobel of the Clyfford Still Museum to bring rare, twentieth-century riches from Buffalo's Albright-Knox Art Gallery to Denve... More >>

  • Painter David Kammerzell's retro reveries knock nostalgia to the side at Von Tornow Gallery
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    Painter David Kammerzell's retro reveries knock nostalgia to the side at Von Tornow Gallery

    published Feb 27, 2014

    David Kammerzell put aside his past career as a commercial artist and award-winning media designer at Starz Encore to return to his first love as a painter of retro-laced canvases inspired by the rom... More >>

  • Ain’t It a Drag

    published February 6, 2014

    Plays that get life pumped into them early on through public readings at the Denver Center Theatre Company’s annual New Play Summit tend to... More >>

  • All Arts, All of the Time

    published February 20, 2014

    Our town rocks the arts all year 'round, from those crowded First Friday art walks to the vibrant club scene, where live music thrives;... More >>

  • Help spread the WordLove: A motivational tour gains steam in Denver
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    Help spread the WordLove: A motivational tour gains steam in Denver

    published Feb 24, 2014

    Brandi Shigley and Sahar Pazirandeh first met on a dance floor at Dazzle -- they liked each other's moves, Shigley says, and that started a friendship that was fed by their shared fervor for entrepren... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Andrew Novick
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Andrew Novick

    published Feb 20, 2014

    #1: Andrew Novick Andrew Novick is many things, but it all boils down to being an enthusiast of the highest order: for weird food, goth culture, Harajuku style and visual Japanglish, Peeps, Casa Boni... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Suzi Q. Smith
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Suzi Q. Smith

    published Feb 20, 2014

    #2: Suzi Q. Smith Suzi Q. Smith's power lies in her words as well as her heart -- and the great gift she has for sharing both so freely, both as a poet on a stage and a bedrock cheerleader behind the... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Richard Alden Peterson
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Richard Alden Peterson

    published Feb 20, 2014

    #3: Richard Alden Peterson From his stint documenting punk-rockers in the 1970s and snapping art images for the early Bay Area zine Search and Destroy to his current gig -- only one of many -- as hou... More >>

  • Restoration Blues

    published February 6, 2014

    In what might be one of the most unlikely scenarios in modern theater, a Jewish plantation owner returns to his ravaged property after the Civil... More >>

  • Light Up Your Life

    published February 13, 2014

    Known as the Sweetheart City, Loveland is proud of its heritage, including the annual Valentine Re-mailing Program, which reroutes valentines sent... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Adam Lerner
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Adam Lerner

    published Feb 19, 2014

    #4: Adam Lerner There's not much one can say about Adam Lerner that would truly do him justice. He runs MCA Denver with nothing resembling an iron hand: He's funny, impossibly smart, steeped in cultu... More >>

  • Denver Comic Con rift threatens the event's founder and his original cause
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    Denver Comic Con rift threatens the event's founder and his original cause

    published Feb 19, 2014

    There have been rumors about trouble among the Denver Comic Con ranks. But today, DCC co-founder Charlie La Greca posted the following letter on a new Save Denver Comic Con website. Hello my name is ... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Kim Shively
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Kim Shively

    published Feb 19, 2014

    #5: Kim Shively One of Westword's newest crop of MasterMinds (all of whom will be honored this Saturday at Artopia 2014), Kim Shively expresses herself in images, rather than words, as a video artist... More >>

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    Eight portraits from our Colorado Creatives gallery

    published February 20, 2014

    After a year of studying the local arts scene, we’ve finished our 100 Colorado Creatives countdown. Here are eight of our favorites... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Nora Burnett Abrams
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Nora Burnett Abrams

    published Feb 18, 2014

    #6: Nora Burnett Abrams Nora Burnett Abrams makes exhibits happen, and that's not easy: As curator at MCA Denver, she can't just pick up artists at a supermarket. Instead, it's about developing a rel... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Tricia Hoke
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Tricia Hoke

    published Feb 18, 2014

    #7: Tricia Hoke Tricia Hoke is first and foremost an artist, but hers is an artistry that translates into the folds and drapes of her ingenious clothing designs, which morph into different style conf... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Jose Mercado
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Jose Mercado

    published Feb 17, 2014

    #8: Jose Mercado A Greeley native who left for schooling and a chance at the limelight in L.A., Jose Mercado returned to the state after garnering praise and awards on the stage in California. He too... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Nikki Pike
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Nikki Pike

    published Feb 17, 2014

    #9: Nikki Pike Nikki Pike is a poster girl for the new artist: She doesn't do just one thing, she does it all -- from performance to sculpture to installation to multimedia and cross-disciplinary wor... More >>

  • Love Is a Drag

    published February 6, 2014

    What’s Valentine’s Day without a good drag show? Nuclia Waste and her Demented Divas — Marion McKuzins, Portia Potty and... More >>

  • Share the Wealth

    published February 6, 2014

    Musician and ethnomusicologist Stephen Wade first listened to the Library of Congress Field Recordings — gathered by John and Alan Lomax,... More >>

  • Into the Ordinary

    published February 6, 2014

    Throughout its nearly three-year run, GroundSwell Gallery has encouraged artists to embark on solo projects that might not otherwise grace gallery... More >>

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