#58: Ginger White Brunetti When you see a new mural beautifying urban greenway walls or walk into an exhibit at the McNichols Building in Civic Center Park, you do so under the watch of Ginger White Brunetti, who as deputy director of Denver Arts & Venues oversees city-owned cultural hot spots and ... More >>
Just over a year ago, you might remember we posted a bit about the Western States Arts Federation's (WESTAF) TourWest program. We misunderstood the impetus of the program and mistakenly noted that the funds were earmarked specifically for helping local musicians finance their tour endeavors. While w ... More >>
Mondo Guerra, Denver designer!The Yves Saint Laurent show will soon fill the Denver Art Museum, and Mondo Guerra seems to be running away with Project Runway All Stars (anyone else think it's suspicious that he's cancelling Denver engagements because he needs to be in New York in mid-April?). ... More >>
On Saturday night, Westword introduced the eighth class of MasterMinds -- artistic entrepreneurs who are changing the cultural landscape. Since we started the program, we have given more than $130,000 in grants to artists and arts organizations. The latest winners (click on the link for profiles): M ... More >>
click image to enlarge The tiara-topped, oversized red guitar sitting on the new Westwood welcome sign seems to have magically appeared out of nowhere last weekend, but it has actually been over ten years in the making. The newly landscaped corner lot where Morrison Road meets South Sherida ... More >>
While a popular gallery closes up in Denver, Glendale strippers take it almost all off for the opera.
You donít need liquor to appreciate art ó but it helps.
Art goes dry.
From the week of August 4, 2005
Denver gets down to business about the arts.
Places that are normally out of sight see daylight during Doors Open Denver.