Kyle Williams, known on Facebook as "The Wullums," came up with a novel way of altering one of "The Dancers," the Jonathan Borofsky statues installed near the Denver Center for the Performing Arts complex -- by yarn-bombing a Colorado flag Speedo. Williams's shot of "Project Speedo" deservedly win ... More >>
Denver is celebrating 25 years of the city's public art program with Beyond Blue, an exhibition running through December 22 in the lobbies of the Buell Theatre and the McNichols Civic Center Building, where it held an opening reception on October 17. Many of the 46 artists who created the 75 artwork ... More >>
#100: The Ladies Fancywork Society The Ladies Fancywork Society -- a somewhat anonymous collective of crafty women -- has been delighting Denver for a half-dozen years, working covertly in the dark of night to create yarnbombed installations that sprout out of nowhere in the strangest of places. The ... More >>
Some acts of art vandalism are clearly inspired by outrage. Take, for example, El Dildo Bandito, the nom de guerre of a man who stole 22 ceramic penises from an art display in Boulder. Others are inspired by drunkenness, as may have been the case with Carmen Tisch, charged with scratching and hittin ... More >>
Numbers don't lie, but guys in bars do.
The state of the art in Denver.
Get your Peoples and Vespas off the Auraria campus.
Lawrence Argent strikes the right note with "I See What You Mean."
The Lion's Lair celebrates one year of comedy -- sort of
"Fire House," by Dennis Oppenheim, Denver Fire Station No. 9
Jonathan Borofsky's "The Dancers" waltz into Denver.
The little guy went big time...and the results are monumental.
Contemporary artists take off on contemporary society.
Denver's last dance for the '90s.
A notable Santa Fe artist joins two locals at Havu, while a New York star makes his Denver debut.