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  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Manuel Ramos
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Manuel Ramos

    published Feb 14, 2014

    #10: Manuel Ramos Manuel Ramos looms large in Denver's Chicano arts and political communities: A veteran legal-aid lawyer for more than forty years, Ramos found voice as a writer when he wasn't fight... More >>

  • Fatherly Love

    published February 6, 2014

    Two orphaned brothers lead a dreary, grimy existence together in a Philadelphia slum, uneducated in societal rules and living off the most basic... More >>

  • Sweet Soiree

    published February 6, 2014

    Shopping for your Valentine can be a cliché-ridden task, but there’s a way to do it without browsing through the ugly ties or skimpy... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Marie Vlasic
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Marie Vlasic

    published Feb 13, 2014

    #11: Marie Vlasic Like many of her portrait subjects, painter Marie Vlasic has nothing to hide. There's no pretense to her hyper-realistic work: She paints what she sees -- a lot of it skin, much of ... More >>

  • Return of the Natives

    published February 6, 2014

    As Center for Visual Arts director and curator Cecily Cullen notes, today’s Native American artists don’t live in the past. And in... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Anthony Garcia Sr.
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Anthony Garcia Sr.

    published Feb 12, 2014

    #12: Anthony Garcia Sr. Raised in Globeville, Anthony Garcia Sr. knows the street, but his artist's vision only wants to make the street more beautiful -- with grassroots public art and murals. Garci... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Lynne Bruning
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Lynne Bruning

    published Feb 11, 2014

    #13: Lynne Bruning Denver-based but with an international following, Lynne Bruning studied neuroscience and architecture, but found her place in the world as a weaver, designer and well-traveled e-te... More >>

  • Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh will bring his hybrid genius to MCA Denver this fall
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    Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh will bring his hybrid genius to MCA Denver this fall

    published Feb 11, 2014

    Mark Mothersbaugh is a genius who doesn't make much of himself; he is what he is and -- pretty much like the rest of us -- he is Devo. Best known as a founder of the Akron-based punk/new wave band of ... More >>

  • Dark Ages

    published January 30, 2014

    Volker Schlöndorff, filmmaker and proponent of the New German Cinema, might be best remembered for his Oscar-winning turn as director of... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Penney Bidwell
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Penney Bidwell

    published Feb 05, 2014

    #14: Penney Bidwell The work of ceramic artist Penney Bidwell has gained a high level of sophistication in a very short time. After earning a masters degree in psychology, Bidwell turned to clay less... More >>

  • Intelligent Design

    published January 30, 2014

    Since it's served up some of the best-looking parties and shiniest silent auctions in town for nearly a decade, you'd expect the Design Council of... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Julie Carr
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Julie Carr

    published Feb 04, 2014

    #15: Julie Carr Julie Carr started out a dancer before turning to poetry in a long traversal from the raw artistic life in New York to the more structured worlds of academia, business and family. The... More >>

  • Monkey Town 4 will bring a highbrow slice of Brooklyn to RiNo
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    Monkey Town 4 will bring a highbrow slice of Brooklyn to RiNo

    published Feb 03, 2014

    We might live in a town where dining out with an eye-feast of visual media means heading to the latest sing-along screening at the Alamo Drafthouse, but in a few weeks, that will all change -- at leas... More >>

  • <I>Alphabet Denver</I> finds letters in the most unusual places
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    Alphabet Denver finds letters in the most unusual places

    published Jan 31, 2014

    We live in a world of letters -- letters in books and on billboards and TV screens, and appearing clickety-clackety as our fingertips conjure them out of keyboards. But author Kitty Migaki found chara... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Paul Moschell
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Paul Moschell

    published Jan 30, 2014

    #16: Paul Moschell Artist Paul Moschell doubles as a sweet-hearted animal-lover and an eccentric-about-town who, when he's not painting whimsical characters on paper and matchboxes or building distur... More >>

  • Have a heart at CHAC's Milagros del Corazón silent auction
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    Have a heart at CHAC's Milagros del Corazón silent auction

    published Jan 29, 2014

    The Chicano Humanities and Arts Council invites you to to show some Valentine's love for its cultural outreach programs at the fifteenth annual Milagros del Corazón benefit on Friday, January 31. Thi... More >>

  • 100 Colorado Creatives: Lonnie Hanzon
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    100 Colorado Creatives: Lonnie Hanzon

    published Jan 28, 2014

    #17: Lonnie Hanzon Lonnie Hanzon is a bit of a wizard; in fact, he once held the title of Wizard-in-Residence at the Museum of Outdoor Arts. His artistic oeuvre is a cabinet of curiosities (an exhibi... More >>

  • Welcome to Colorful Colorado: Pot is coming to the Denver County Fair in 2014
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    Welcome to Colorful Colorado: Pot is coming to the Denver County Fair in 2014

    published Jan 27, 2014

    Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore: Dana Cain and Tracy Weil of the Denver County Fair just announced that the nation's first Pot Pavilion will be part of the annual event's three-day run in August at ... More >>

  • Photos: Selections from <I>COLLECT</I> at the Arvada Center
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    Photos: Selections from COLLECT at the Arvada Center

    published Jan 24, 2014

    What goes in the collection stays in the collection, and that means a plethora of fine artworks often stay behind the scenes, unseen by the general public. The Arvada Center's new exhibit series, COLL... More >>

  • Way Out West

    published January 9, 2014

    Thomas Moran, a Hudson River School painter who first came into prominence as an illustrator for Scribner’s Monthly, captured some of... More >>

  • New Year, New Art

    published January 16, 2014

    The concept of new beginnings in a new year follows form at local art galleries, too, particularly at the co-ops, where early January brings out... More >>

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