The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver is known for its wide range of rotating exhibitions that promote creative expression and innovative art and ideas. But whether you're there to check out exhibits like the Electrical Room, an installation of tangled material, or to hang out in the bubble garden, ... More >>
It's no secret that in Colorado, we're graced with a ton of sunshine -- so much, in fact, that we brag about it (300 whole days of sunshine a year, if you just moved here last week and haven't heard). In honor of our great weather and equally boast-worthy bar-and-restaurant scene -- as well as a the ... More >>
With her blog Violet Against Women, Los Angeles-based artist Ellina Kevorkian explores how she informs and presents her own identity through online curation. Kevorkian, who was commissioned by MCA Denver to expound upon Violet Against Women: Confronting Notions of the Feminine, a collection of live ... More >>
Editor's note: Westword cartoonist Noah Van Sciver paints the town like nobody else, as demonstrated in his recaps of visits to the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, our own Artopia, MCA Denver and StarFest 2012. (Make sure you read Noah's blog for more comics and wondermen ... More >>
Editor's note: Westword cartoonist Noah Van Sciver paints the town like nobody else, as demonstrated in his recaps of visits to the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, our own Artopia and MCA Denver. (Make sure you read Noah's blog for more comics and wonderment.) Last week ... More >>
Every week, Noah Van Sciver serves up both art and insight into local bands in 4 Questions, his comic. But occasionally we send him out to paint the entire town, as he did for the recent opening at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.
Editor's note: Westword cartoonist Noah Van Sciver paints the town like nobody else, as demonstrated in his recaps of visits to the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and out own Westword Artopia (Make sure you read Noah's blog for more comics and wonderment, including his sp ... More >>
If you need gifts for your friends and relatives and you've got no Cheddar to spare, then the Cheap Christmas Crapfare at the Museum of Contemporary Art is the place for you tonight. At the Crapfare, which is part of MCA Denver's "Black Sheep Fridays," you'll learn how to make the crappies ... More >>
What does Colorado taste like? We'll finally know tonight, as the ten finalists in the Colorado Cocktail Contest pour out their creations at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, 1485 Delgany Street. The festivities run from 5 to 9 p.m. and admission is $40 (industry discounts are available) ... More >>
With blue skies predicted for the next few days, there ain't no way First Friday won't be sprouting artwalkers like dandelions. Spring is here, the art is good and the art districts are alive with the breath of things to come. Here are a few of our First Friday picks.
The Buffalo Boys prepare to meet the beast at MCA Denver.Jimmy the Butcher isn't used to performing for a large audience. "He spends most of his day bundled up in a sweatshirt and fourteen coats in the meat-processing room which, frankly, is how he likes it," says Barbara Macfarlane, co-owne ... More >>
A photo-illustration from MCA Denver's website. Ever since word leaked out that Adam Lerner, who's guided the Belmar Lab, would replace Cydney Payton as executive director of MCA Denver, many art-scene observers (me included) were concerned that he would bring his hip geegaws and trendy gimcracks t ... More >>