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Ice Cube Gallery

3320 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205
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  • Thu, Sat 12pm-5pm, Fri 12pm-9pm
Ice Cube Gallery opened in 2010 in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood and has been a major player in the city’s art scene ever since. The hours aren’t extensive, but Ice Cube’s amibitions are: the gallery, in a former dry-ice factory, offers a space for artists of a variety of styles and mediums to display their work.

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  • Icebreaker 6 Group Show
    2 months ago by Susan Froyd

    Now in its sixth year, Ice Cube Gallery’s annual Icebreaker show has become a tradition, albeit a functional one: Not only is the national juried exhibition an important fundraiser for the co-op, but it also affords gallery me...

  • All Together Now
    3 months ago by Susan Froyd

    Denver artist Sarah Rockett’s roots and close-knit community in New Orleans were torn apart by Hurricane Katrina; now, as a transplant to the West, she’s been looking for ways to re-create the cultural solidarity she lef...

  • Ice Cube hosts a pair of good-looking member solos
    2 years ago by Michael Paglia

    One of the handsomest and best exhibition spaces in town is in an artist cooperative, of all places: the main space at Ice Cube Gallery. Upon entry, visitors are confronted by a large room, cut up by moveable walls and topped with a...

  • Grounded in Art
    2 years ago by Robin Edwards

    “They always say after you leave art school to just keep creating work and be in the art scene,” says Jennifer Harrington, who got her degree from the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in 2010. But once real life ki...

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