This weekend, you can survey the art of mourning and found objects, revel in grand strokes of pure color or see what's gone under the radar in the local videography community. For more options, check out Westword's gallery listings; read on for sketches of a few of our favorites. See also: Surveyin ... More >>
In today's world, the art of storytelling has been diminished by quick texts and 140-character tweets. So Nina Rolle and Johanna Walker are crusading to keep storytelling alive with the Truth Be Told story slam. "I think that people really crave stories," Walker says. "They help us build community a ... More >>
By the 1980s, feminist art pioneer Judy Chicago had secured a seat at the table of art history with her landmark installation, The Dinner Party. The triangular table, 48 feet on each side, was decorated with place-settings for 39 women from myth and history and celebrated another 999. The project l ... More >>
Paint the town read! A couple of bestselling authors will discuss hot-button issues and their work in Denver this week, and a controversial figure will be here to set the table for a celebration of the 75th year of her iconoclastic life. Read on for all the lit-pick details. See also: Matthew In ... More >>
For decades, feminists have challenged the art world to open up galleries and museums to women artists. While nominal progress has been made, many major institutions still show a disproportionate amount of work by male artists. This disparity is one of many reasons critics Eleanor Heartney and Nancy ... More >>
Foothills hosts a big ceramics show, while clay artist Tsehai Johnson takes a turn at +.
A tired Parallel Lives dwells too much on the past to be funny.
The Mizel Center presents a groundbreaking history of feminist art.
Life in the penis gallery, and other mixed nuts in Boulder.
The Original Dinner Party is serving up a rotten deal.