It's Friday the thirteenth, but that's no reason to stay home: Tonight and in the days to come, Friday Flash, Denver Comic Con and OhHeckYeah will transform downtown into a wham! pow! high-tech and pop-culture art paradise, while the otherworldly, monumental glass shapes of Chihuly will wow the crow ... More >>
Michael Paglia visits Open Press in this week's review, taking in an exhibit made up of 125 pieces by 50 different artists. Much of the focus is on Mark Lunning, printmaster and owner of Open Press, celebrating his work from the last 25 years. Continue reading for photos from the exhibits. See also ... More >>
Fast Geek BoutiqueThe monthly transitional weekend is one of our favorite types of weekends. It's like you enter the weekend thinking to yourself, "Gee, April is great," and by the end of it you're like, "Shit, it's May already?" It's a bit jarring, really. While you're busy writing out those ... More >>
Ah, mid-January, the time when random miniature snowstorms or below-freezing days can make or break your weekend plans. It's a trying time of year for people, with cabin fever causing even the most hermit-like among us to try and make it out into the real world. Thankfully, there is plenty to ... More >>
Mark Penner Howell, "Broadcast," Acrylic and India ink on canvas. There's no time like the present. It's time to get gallery-hopping, and the first First Friday of the year has plenty to offer. Such as:
Capsule reviews of current exhibits
Comics? Art?, original comic strips by Hector.