When we think of photography and American Indians today, the first images that come to mind -- ironically and invariably -- are the famous, early twentieth-century photogravure portraits by ethnologist Edward S. Curtis.
A century later, Navajo photographer and installation artist Will Wilson decide ... More >>
#84: Garrett Ammon
Ballet Nouveau Colorado's transformation into Wonderbound is nearly complete. The forward-thinking troupe that has been dancing under the direction of visionary choreographer Garrett Ammon since 2007 will make its last appearance as BNC in April with the Colorado Symphony Orchest ... More >>
#88: Mark SinkMark Sink's pedigree as a fine art photographer and arts mover in Denver goes way back, more than thirty years. And its roots sink even deeper: His great-grandfather James L. Breese founded the Camera Club of NY and before that, Breese's uncle, Samuel Finley Breese Morse, not only inve ... More >>
The snow's certainly official, but that won't stop Coloradoans from getting out and enjoying some quality time with each other. From an art opening to a place to screen your newest self-released movie to a mentally stimulating, craft-centered get together, here are three fun activities for you to en ... More >>
Ballet Nouveau Colorado was started twenty years ago to fill what the founders perceived as a need for quality ballet training and educational dance programs in Denver's north metro community.
But you have to be on your toes to keep up with what Ballet Nouveau is doing these days, and we're not ju ... More >>
Photographer Mark Sink is one of the grand old men of the Denver cultural tableau, with a colorful past, deep roots in photography (his great-grandfather James L. Breese founded the Camera Club of New York, and Breese's uncle Samuel Finley Breese Morse, inventor of the telegraph, has been cal ... More >>
A Convivium Illiterate Preview Dinner with S.D. Prochyra.
Quietly, very quietly, over the last year since the venue opened, Illiterate Gallery director Adam Gildar instigated a resident artist program, wherein Illiterate offers artists who go through an application process a chance to stage a ... More >>
Regulars to Z Cuisine and its next-door sister operation Z Cuisine À Côté, at 2239 and 2245 West 30th Avenue, have a devil of a time describing their culinary experiences there. How do you adequately convey the sensation of it all: the perfectly crafted foie gras and cassoulet, the crowded yet in ... More >>