The late Stan Brakhage, a Denver-born experimental filmmaker, was a pioneer in avant-garde cinema and a notable successor to Maya Deren and the film artists of the 1940s. A professor at the University of Colorado, he's remembered with an annual symposium and weekly film series -- and at least in par ... More >>
"St. Francis and the Little Red Bull" (c. 1949) by Otto Bach.Quietly, in December, the Kirkland Museum opened a new installment of its ongoing Colorado art survey, a range of 51 art and decorative works, most of them culled from the museum's collection and many on view for the first time. The ... More >>
Some of Denver’s most important modern artists finally get their due.
Denver Art Museum
The Kirkland Museum is an embarassment of riches that just got better with two new exhibits.
Dianne Vanderlip is stepping down from the DAM after nearly thirty years.
Catch a rare glimpse of mid-century modernist photographs at Gallery Sink.
CPAC offers a final solo before shuttering its space.
It's Asian art at the DAM, African-American photography at the CVA, plans for the MCA, and a new planner for Denver.
CPAC is forty, and groundbreaker Betty Hahn is the guest of honor.
The DAM takes its best shots out of storage for Retrospectacle.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
The DAM takes a fresh look at photography.
Two impressive shows highlight a cornucopia of historic regional paintings.
Famed Western photograher Hal D. Gould leaves a fine Visual Legacy.