The Romans living in Pompeii in AD 79 were utterly unprepared for the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which buried the city in ash -- and preserved it almost untouched for 1,700 years. In A Day at Pompeii, which opened this past weekend at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, you can get up close to ... More >>
Michael Paglia writes on page 35 of this week's Westword, and online at "Faces, Places & Spaces," that even if Faces, Places & Spaces, Collin Parson's first effort as exhibition manager, isn't up to the lofty standard of the Robert Mangold retrospective earlier this year -- and it isn't ... More >>
The Arvada Center galleries will greet the summer with a cheerful set of shows, Faces, Places & Spaces, which open in unison tonight with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. and remain on view through August 26. Two artist nights, each with a panel discussion and meet-and-greet, are also scheduled on June ... More >>
"Medusa Bones," by John Bonath. Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Photographer John Bonath's spectacular three-level show, A Strange Beauty, which opened at the end of September at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, encourages visitors to explore a massive, hidden-away portion of the ... More >>
A spider's tiny leg hairs ("thrichobotria"), and a boy quietly, confidently holding the jaws of a taxidermied crocodile with a solitary bubble floating above his head. These images and other appropriately titled "strangely beautiful" photos by John Bonath will be on display during the creepiest of m ... More >>
Ah, mid-January, the time when random miniature snowstorms or below-freezing days can make or break your weekend plans. It's a trying time of year for people, with cabin fever causing even the most hermit-like among us to try and make it out into the real world. Thankfully, there is plenty to ... More >>
John BonathWhen the exhibit Warhol in Colorado debuts tonight at DU's Myhren Gallery, one of the show's major components will include photos taken of Warhol by Colorado photographers in the early '80s, when the pop artist visited Fort Collins amid much hoopla for a major exhibition of his wor ... More >>