#49: Tariana Navas-Nieves As Director of Cultural Affairs for Denver Arts & Venues, Tariana Navas-Nieves puts her background as a museum curator to work in a million different ways. As she notes in detail below, Navas-Nieves oversees every aspect of the city's cultural face, from its highly visible ... More >>
Regardless of where you stand on the high-stakes art-auction issue, the opportunity to see what kind of work exacts big bucks on the auction block is still an interesting prospect. And here's your chance: The one-and-only Christie's international auction house brings a three-day, pre-sale mini-museu ... More >>
Yesterday was the last Sunday to see the Henry Moore sculptures in the Denver Botanic Gardens, 1007 York Street -- but the people in the Around the World With Tea class were (wisely) holed up inside, where it was warm, sipping on seven different tea varietals, occasionally paired with a snack ... More >>
Before Night at the Museums on Saturday, where eighteen Denver museums opened their doors to whoever wanted to come, free of charge, in conjunction with Denver Arts Week, I'd never been to the Denver Botanic Gardens before. After spending Night at the Museums at the Botanic Gardens on Saturda ... More >>
McNichols: The center of the epicenterMayor John Hickenlooper keeps pushing Denver into the ranks of America's leading urban centers, with his biggest push yet starting today: The inaugural Biennial of the Americas. On Tuesday, Hickenlooper and the Biennial team were all smiles as they annou ... More >>
These limited-edition scarves are works of art.
The Museum of Outdoor Arts lends some needed beauty to nowheresville.