Regardless of where you stand on the high-stakes art-auction issue, the opportunity to see what kind of work exacts big bucks on the auction block is still an interesting prospect. And here's your chance: The one-and-only Christie's international auction house brings a three-day, pre-sale mini-museu ... More >>
In the same way that artists like Rembrandt, Diego Velazquez and Picasso were able to abridge an era through painting, California-based, New York-bred, Justin Bua (due tonight at SoGnar's Shedded Beats at Cervantes') has done so with the hip-hop generation. With a trademark style, Bua has transforme ... More >>
Su Teatro's XicanIndie Film Festival, now in its fifteenth year, is a pure distillation of what the Chicano culture center offers on its stages all year long. That almost guarantees a curated whirlwind of diverse Latin-American films, filmmaker appearances, parties and world-class live performances, ... More >>
When Herbert Siguenza was seven years old, he saw a book by photojournalist David Douglas Duncan called The Private World of Pablo Picasso. Although today Siguenza is perhaps best-known as a founding member of the Latino troupe Culture Clash -- the company's American Night was shown at the Denver Ce ... More >>
People get lazy in the summertime, but it's time to wake up: The fall theater season is only weeks away, and Denver Center Theatre Company tickets are now on sale. The focus may be on The Book of Mormon, which opens today in the Denver Performing Arts Complex, but when Mormon leaves, the DCTC season ... More >>
I just learned that Dunkin' Donuts has introduced two breakfast burritos: the Southwest Veggie Breakfast Burrito and the Southwest Steak Breakfast Burrito. While I do not begrudge DDs its newfound interest in the fine art of creating the breakfast burrito, I can't help but scratch my donut hole in b ... More >>
Denver Center Theatre Company Artistic Director Kent Thompson has chosen his 2012-13 lineup. It contains some safe choices, some doubtless designed to appeal to high schoolers, the requisite Christmas show (not A Christmas Carol this time, but White Christmas), two scripts selected from this year's ... More >>
What is that smell?Using the works of Stephen Batura as inspiration, perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz will combine sight and scent for a live audience tonight at Sense BMoCA, where she will mix up new perfumes on the spot toward the end of answering one of life's most persistent questions: What ... More >>
Makeup! That's Carl Cameron, veteran Fox News political reporter, applying pancake makeup prior to a live shot from the DNC-prepped Pepsi Center floor. And he didn't just pat the stuff on. He slowly, meticulously rubbed a puff over every inch of his face for what had to be a good two minutes. It w ... More >>
Garbage gets new life at Translations Gallery.
Denver Art Museum
Muenzinger Auditorium on the CU-Boulder campus
A Denver playwright tackles the world of Gertrude Stein.
El Greco to Picasso From the Phillips Collection, Denver Art Museum
Picasso: 25 Years of Edition Ceramics From the Edward and Ann Weston Collection, Metro State Center for the Visual Arts
It's pottery by Picasso at the CVA, plus ceramics and more at Havu.
The DAM's Phillips Collection blockbuster just opened, and already it's a great big hit.
Traveling blockbuster brings masterpieces to Denver.
The 2003-2004 art season has only just begun.
Gallery tackles edgy vision
De Niro -- no surprise -- is the reason to like City by the Sea.
An Aussie collection of European masterpieces will grace the DAM all summer.
Picasso at the Lapin Agile
An innovative approach puts you in the middle of the action at Lapin Agile.
Mar. 5 - 11, 1998