#58: Ginger White Brunetti When you see a new mural beautifying urban greenway walls or walk into an exhibit at the McNichols Building in Civic Center Park, you do so under the watch of Ginger White Brunetti, who as deputy director of Denver Arts & Venues oversees city-owned cultural hot spots and ... More >>
Arts & Venues Denver will premier a new art performance piece at the Delgany Pedestrian Bridge near the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver this evening.
Finally, there's positive, artistic proof of construction happening in Denver -- and not just those obnoxious lane closures downtown. On Saturday, a projector was installed on the fourth floor of the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Building, facing the city's newly renovated Minoru Yasui Building. An a ... More >>
Tomorrow afternoon, all ninety members of the Bear Creek High School marching band will be strutting around downtown playing their instruments, individually. Each high schooler in Playing Apart (First mentioned on Backbeat) will be dressed in street clothes and playing for a mile or so (in th ... More >>
click image to enlarge The tiara-topped, oversized red guitar sitting on the new Westwood welcome sign seems to have magically appeared out of nowhere last weekend, but it has actually been over ten years in the making. The newly landscaped corner lot where Morrison Road meets South Sherida ... More >>
Rudi Cerri, the public-art administrator for the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs, has organized a series of art shows over the past year at the Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. The latest is Heart Land, which features a dozen large-scale pastel drawings by Chandler ... More >>
Numbers don't lie, but guys in bars do.
City officials aren't the only ones concerned about Marc Ecko's graffiti festival.
Chuck Parson and Emilio Lobato follow different paths to formalist abstraction.
Frank Sampson Retrospective, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
Lyrical paintings, bold sculptures and bad behavior are all on display.
A double dose of Frank Sampson's idiosyncratic paintings.
Jerry Gilmore continues the Arvada Center's tradition of supporting contemporary art.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.