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  • On the Wall

    published May 8, 2014

    While debate continues over the city’s handling of public art projects, there are some promising back-door efforts in the private sector.... More >>

  • The Red Bull Canvas Cooler Project will send Mario Zoots and Jaime Molina to SCOPE Miami
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    The Red Bull Canvas Cooler Project will send Mario Zoots and Jaime Molina to SCOPE Miami

    published May 16, 2014

    Red Bull's national cooler challenge stopped in Denver this week with a mission for twenty handpicked Denver artists: Each was presented with a Red Bull cooler covered in canvas and asked to turn it i... More >>

  • Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of May 16-18
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    Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of May 16-18

    published May 16, 2014

    Art is everywhere this weekend, including dozens of stops on the district-wide RiNo Art Safari on Saturday. Here are three singular shows worth checking out in other neighborhoods. See also: TEXT, at... More >>

  • I Came Here for a Party

    published May 8, 2014

    “One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don’t know.” It’s vaudevillian lines like this,... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Tobias Fike
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Tobias Fike

    published May 15, 2014

    #82: Tobias Fike Nebraska native Tobias Fike, now working in Colorado after earning his MFA at the University of Colorado Boulder, isn't tied down by a particular medium or discipline -- or even a pa... More >>

  • Bright Lights, Big City

    published May 8, 2014

    CultureHaus, a young-professionals’ support group for the Denver Art Museum, works all year to raise funds for selective DAM programming.... More >>

  • Twenty Denver artists vie for a spot at SCOPE Miami at the Red Bull Canvas Cooler Project
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    Twenty Denver artists vie for a spot at SCOPE Miami at the Red Bull Canvas Cooler Project

    published May 14, 2014

    Earlier this week, twenty handpicked local artists, each representing a different Denver restaurant or bar, gathered at the McNichols Building, where they'd been invited to participate in the touring ... More >>

  • The Denver Cruiser Ride 2014 hits the road tonight with a block party on wheels
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    The Denver Cruiser Ride 2014 hits the road tonight with a block party on wheels

    published May 14, 2014

    Denver Cruiser Ride big wheel Brad Evans continues to find ways to keep the weekly, costumed bike crawl on a roll. So when the first ride of 2014 -- with a "Reds and Robes" theme -- starts tonight at ... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Andy Berg
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Andy Berg

    published May 13, 2014

    #83: Andy Berg Andy Berg sees painting as an inner calling, and offers no conceptual mumbo-jumbo when explaining what he does: He paints. His large abstract canvases are imbued with the mystery of in... More >>

  • Mixed Grill

    published May 8, 2014

    MCA Denver’s Huevos Rancheros series is more than just a chance exchange of culture, says museum programming director Sarah Kate Baie; after... More >>

  • Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of May 9-11
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    Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of May 9-11

    published May 09, 2014

    In a town with such an active co-op and alternative art scene, you don't want to limit your gallery adventures to First Fridays -- because you'd miss out on a lot of great art, including shows opening... More >>

  • Every Picture Tells a Story

    published April 24, 2014

    In show-music phenom Ryan Scott Oliver’s 35MM: A Musical Exhibition, photographs — specifically, photographs taken by... More >>

  • Feats of Clay

    published May 1, 2014

    Ceramics artist Jean Smith chose the enigmatic title Teased, Torn, Coddled & Pampered for her annual showcase at Zip 37 Gallery, but... More >>

  • Ready, Tech, Go...

    published May 1, 2014

    Technology has already drastically changed the way we get things done, and on its tail comes a pioneering wave of DIY entrepreneurship. We call... More >>

  • Carved Into Culture

    published May 1, 2014

    For its fourth year, carver and show organizer Rob Yancey decided to move the annual Muertos in May art exhibit to the heart of his... More >>

  • Like karaoke much? Sing your heart out and help ArtPlant's artist residency program
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    Like karaoke much? Sing your heart out and help ArtPlant's artist residency program

    published May 07, 2014

    It's the little things that help a community thrive, and that's where ArtPlant artist residencies fit into Denver's scene, spreading the wealth by creating an atmosphere of good will and collaboration... More >>

  • Friday Flash returns with high-tech digital art in the Denver Theatre District this summer
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    Friday Flash returns with high-tech digital art in the Denver Theatre District this summer

    published May 07, 2014

    Last summer, Ivar Zeile and Ryan Pattie of Denver Digerati brought a quiet revolution to the Denver Theatre District's giant LED screens: Between the ads and promos most often seen flashing on the scr... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Joel Swanson
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Joel Swanson

    published May 06, 2014

    #84: Joel Swanson Words and letters and the physical act of writing elegantly float through Joel Swanson's world, where he explores and deconstructs their shapes and meanings in stylish installations... More >>

  • Mommies First

    published January 23, 2014

    Pump and Dump rule number one: No stinkin’ kids. “We talk a lot about children, but they are not welcome,” says comedian Shayna... More >>

  • Dancing with the Stars

    published April 24, 2014

    Gustav Holst’s seven-movement The Planets has long been one of the most accessible — and fiddled-with —... More >>

  • Marathon Woman

    published April 24, 2014

    Teresa Albor has a way of turning all expectations of the art world upside down by asking bold questions about what art is — and, in turn,... More >>

  • Gallery Sketches: Five shows for First Friday
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    Gallery Sketches: Five shows for First Friday

    published May 02, 2014

    First Friday comes but once a month, with an embarrassment of gallery riches: fresh exhibitions, pop-up parties, people-watching, performances and great art. Organized navigation isn't always necessar... More >>

  • Love and Loss

    published April 10, 2014

    The Denver Center Theatre Company kicks off its spring slate tonight with a thoughtful love story that makes up for a lack in fancy stage... More >>

  • New World

    published April 3, 2014

    China’s changing representation of women is still a relatively new thing, and maybe one that hasn’t made a wave all the way around the... More >>

  • Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Kristin Stransky
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    Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Kristin Stransky

    published May 01, 2014

    #85: Kristin Stransky There's a new kind of alchemy happening in the art world, a creative compound where art and science merge. At the University of Denver, it's called Emergent Digital Practices, a... More >>

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