Whether you want to stare at Joan Crawford's eyebrows or watch women in gorilla masks talk about feminism, there are plenty of entertainment options in Denver this week. Read on for our picks of three very different things to do in Denver that share one thing in common: They're all free. If you know ... More >>
August is over, but the fun isn't. This weekend is full of inexpensive entertainment in and around Denver -- if you know where to find it. And we're here to be your (free) guides. The following ten events each under $10 include everything from a night of Stick N Poke tattoos to outdoor festivals, ar ... More >>
For this week's art review, Westword critic Michael Paglia focused on feminism in two simultaneous shows at Ice Cube Gallery and Pirate: Contemporary Art. And before even analyzing their art, he offered up this apology: "I was wrong. Apparently, the subject of feminist art is as urgent and relevant ... More >>
We never ran into Dr. Livingstone last Saturday in the urban jungle, but we did see a lot of art during the district-wide RiNo Art Safari open studio artwalk event, a generous come-on to the public by artists and gallerists into River North Art District. During the space of only a couple of h ... 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.
Mary Mackey is finally closing up shop.
Simon Zalkind presents a timely group show based on Goya’s work.
Four decades after working together in Boulder, Armory artists reunite in Denver.
Jeff Starr and Margaret Neumann riff off their idiosyncrasies.
Twentieth Anniversary Celebration