#78: Buntport Theater Brian Colonna, Hannah Duggan, Erik Edborg, Erin Rollman, Samantha Schmitz and (sometimes) Evan Weissman are Buntport Theater, and it's not too far off the mark to think of this sextet of personalities as a single entity -- that's just how they work, slinging ideas back and for ... More >>
#30: Jaime Kopke Jaime Kopke hails from Massachusetts, but ended up in Colorado, bringing cultural gold in her pocket. She's helped spark more than a few creative projects here, from the city's ongoing Pecha Kucha series to the Denver Community Museum, a short-lived but brilliant pop-up people's re ... More >>
You may never create a masterpiece worthy of hanging, but the Denver Art Museum is giving you the chance to help create something that could be displayed in the facility next year. On Friday, November 8, DAM will host "Meet Here: An Evening of Untitled Idea Brewing and Creative Criss-Cross," a brain ... More >>
A few years ago, there was a lovely temporary museum in town -- Jaime Kopke's Denver Community Museum -- that existed only to engage the community in the act and gestalt of art-making, rather than the usual staring at something hung on the wall of a gallery. That long-gone museum's spirit is written ... More >>
Artists talking to each other about their work is nothing new, but PechaKucha Night's aim is to get artists from all different mediums in the same room to discuss their creative processes. Founded in Tokyo in 2003, the event has a rigid format that chapters all over the world follow: Presenters comp ... More >>
I don't know about you, but when it finally got cold this winter, I had to pull all my sweaters out of mothballs or, rather, lack of mothballs. Which means that some of them came out of storage holey. Do you have holey sweaters, too? Or a favorite woolen scarf worn by time and use? Fingerless ... More >>
Find your spot with the Denver Community Museum.
Yes, it's true: The Denver Community Museum plans one last stab, in a heretofore unnamed location. But museum founder Jaime Kopke is still seeking a few more willing participants, so here's her missive for all to read: Hi everyone, We're still looking for a few more participants to take part in ... More >>
Parting is such sweet sorrow at the Denver Community Museum.
Cool can be fleeting. That was always the underlying premise of the temporary Denver Community Museum, which is, it turns out, truly and not just conceptually, temporary. Founder Jaime Kopke reports that the Platte Valley pop-up museum will disappear at the end of April -- but not until two final sh ... More >>
Jaime Kopke offers citizens a chance to create a museum piece.