#79: Brad K. Evans Brad K. Evans is a different kind of leader, one who casts a skewed entrepreneurial light upon all his pursuits -- of which there are many. And he does it all with a sense of humor and adventure. Artist, designer, dumpster diver, realtor and bike advocate, Evans is probably best ... More >>
#58: Cortney Lane Stell Cortney Lane Stell quietly goes about her work as gallery director at the Rocky Mountain College of Art Design, but her work has real impact: Stell consistently mounts exhibits at RMCAD that display global ideas and cutting-edge trends in art, bringing work by internationa ... More >>
#62: Joe Riche When Joe Riche hit Denver as a University of Denver MFA candidate in the late '90s, he was an inventive kid with big ideas, interested in building kinetic and robotic machine-dream sculptures and unwilling to to let the size of those creative visualizations slow him down. He went on ... More >>
Guitarist Charlie Hunter and drummer Scott Amendola teamed up in the mid '90s as part of T.J. Kirk, an outfit that played the music of Thelonious Monk, James Brown and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Amendola, who also appears on a few of Hunter's mid-'90s Blue Note recordings, has worked with a number of musi ... More >>
The sheer amount of talent in the city this weekend is truly dumbfounding. It's like the promotional powers-that-be are testing the boundaries of our dimension by packing as much dance-driven energy into as little square footage as possible. Needless to say, if you're looking for somewhere to shake ... More >>
Photo: Jessica SainColorado native artist and photographer Sara Ford started painting in college because she didn't want to take the color theory class everyone hated. Needless to say, she got really good at it. Through photography, she has worked with clients such as 303 Magazine, Denver Mag ... More >>
Rachel Lachowicz talks about her work at the DAM.
MCA Denver takes on Chinese Art, while the Lab looks at rural America.
Capsule reviews of current exhibits
Capsule reviews of exhibits
Two shows highlight conceptual realism.
Gregg Gillis canít understand what all the fuss is about.
Here's a bonus for fans of Joseph Arthur, who's profiled in the April 26 edition of Westword. The published piece was based on an extensive Q&A reproduced below. Among the topics Arthur touches upon: his risky new solo album, Let's Just Be, and why at least one song on it is closer to punk rock than ... More >>
For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle.
Smart conceptual solos are on view at + Gallery and Capsule@Pod.
The DAM celebrates curator Dianne Vanderlip's 25-year reign.
The DAM takes a fresh look at photography.
One of Denver's most notorious artworks goes on the block -- or does it?
The Foothills Art Center presents the current edition of the state's most significant ceramics exhibit.
How a kid from Boulder became an eyewitness to the passing of an era.
Michael Paglia's brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Sampling ad infinitum with America's sonic outlaws.
Two new shows take fresh looks at the male and female form.
The Aluminum Group, Patricia Barber, Schneider TM, The Souvenirs
April 30 - May 6, 1998
Wynton Marsalis set out to make a masterpiece. Fatal mistake.