#3: Richard Alden Peterson From his stint documenting punk-rockers in the 1970s and snapping art images for the early Bay Area zine Search and Destroy to his current gig -- only one of many -- as house photographer at MCA Denver, Richard Alden Peterson has covered a lot of ground with camera in han ... More >>
#35: Brit Withey As artistic director of the Denver Film Society, Brit Withey is the man behind the curtain pulling all levers when it comes to bringing innovative, rare and artful film to the Sie FilmCenter for special screenings throughout the year. But at the annual Starz Denver Film Festival, w ... More >>
Michael Paglia visits Robischon Gallery in this week's review, to discuss several exhibits that focus on photo-based methods, including video. The main show features large photographic prints from Halim Al Karim, the well-known Iraqi refugee and part-time Colorado resident. Halim's brother Sami Al K ... More >>
Walk into TANK Studios, and you'll find a raw but ordered space where one artist's studio segues into another's, and big windows, high ceilings and skylights unfold in a panoramic, circular pathway. Built out in a South Acoma Street warehouse in the Overland neighborhood early this year by a group o ... More >>
For this year's Now Showing, Westword's fall arts guide (you'll find it tucked into our September 26 issue), we asked artistic movers and shakers to answer a few questions about the state of the arts, both locally and around the world. We'll be rolling out their answers over the next few weeks in pa ... More >>
Tonight the Colorado Photographic Arts Center will be all lit up inside and out for the opening of Phos: Light Today, a splendid Month of Photography show that deals with the role of light in photography and multimedia art. But in the coming months, CPAC will be winding down in anticipation of a mov ... More >>
Michael Paglia visits Robischon Gallery and William Havu Gallery in this week's review, "The Nature Lovers," taking in a group show, an exhibit featuring both Sam Scott & Jim Waid, as well as a show from Homare Ikeda. These three shows are all heavily inspired by nature and the art in them ranges fr ... More >>
Photographer Mark Sink is one of the grand old men of the Denver cultural tableau, with a colorful past, deep roots in photography (his great-grandfather James L. Breese founded the Camera Club of New York, and Breese's uncle Samuel Finley Breese Morse, inventor of the telegraph, has been cal ... More >>
David Zimmer is a man of action and few words: A longtime figure in the Denver art scene, he's something of an art alchemist who straddles a century in his enigmatic works, which bustle with strangely iconic curiosities and found objects, hovering half in and half out of the Victorian age, a ... More >>
A Convivium Illiterate Preview Dinner with S.D. Prochyra. Quietly, very quietly, over the last year since the venue opened, Illiterate Gallery director Adam Gildar instigated a resident artist program, wherein Illiterate offers artists who go through an application process a chance to stage a ... More >>
The Center for Visual Artís installation show is a force of cool in LoDo.
Kick your cabin fever with this quartet of photo shows.
Solos by Zimmer, Murphy and Miller fill Artyard and + with experimental work.
DAVA brings art to all five senses.
Video installations come to weilworks
Photography is a hot topic right now in the area.
Art is in the eye of the title holder for Triton Properties.