Put together by Cecily Cullen, creative director for the Center for Visual Art, Cross Currents is an ambitious exhibit that showcases contemporary art by Native Americans from across the country. It is a follow-up to Currents, a show Cullen did at the old LoDo CVA in 2009 that was on the same theme ... More >>
For fine art students at Metropolitan State University of Denver, graduating involves more than taking a couple of finals and ordering their cap and gown. A group of fourteen soon-to-be grads are preparing thesis presentations at the Center for Visual Art, putting together the show Level Up, which o ... More >>
In this week's art column by Michael Paglia, the Westword art critic writes that the images in Out Figured -- which closes after Saturday, April 7! -- raise "disturbing, or at least edgy, philosophical, sexual, psychological or sociological issues."
At least two Santa Fe Drive venues are beating First Friday to the punch by opening shows tonight. At Metropolitan State College of Denver's Center for Visual Art, the high-profile group show Out Figured offers a contemporary and anything-but-cliched look at figurative art. The reception is from 7 t ... More >>
A new show sparks a cross-cultural dialogue.
Two conceptual photo shows explore life and death.
Colorado is looking good in this two-part landscape exhibit at Robischon and CVA.
A new landscape show is divided between two LoDo galleries.
The Center for Visual Artís installation show is a force of cool in LoDo.
Kick your cabin fever with this quartet of photo shows.
The Center for Visual Art picks apart reality.
Who's in -- and out -- in my fantasy Decades.
Decades of Influence is a home run at the Center for Visual Art.
Japanese design is showcased at the CVA, while more art censorship hits Colorado.
Bill Burgess and Don Quade raise Walker's status, but the chips are down at the CVA.
Chicano artists go beyond their identities in an important show at the CVA.
Photo shows at the CVA and CPAC are filled with edgy psychological subject matter.