#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 >>
"Let's make a gigantic agricultural plowshare," is the thought that inspired artist Emmett Culligan to create "Plow," the large sculpture that resides at the County Line light-rail station. Culligan answered a few questions about this piece in our latest installment of our RTD art series and discuss ... More >>
I have bad taste in all facets of my life. I'm attracted to pink and turquoise bathroom fixtures, knock-off Chanel purses and PT Cruisers outfitted with the many personalities of Taz. My favorite flavors are black licorice and Alka-Seltzer, and if I could, I would serve every meal with Kalamata oliv ... More >>
The holidays are getting closer every week, but for those of us that aren't interested in shopping yet, there's still plenty to do on the cheap. Actually, you can even go shopping this weekend if you'd like to hit up the DIY goods fair, but if the words "party" and "drunk" are more your thing ... More >>
A fabulous print show hangs at the Mizels Singer Gallery.
Capsule reviews of current exhibits
The Still Museum won’t be open until 2010, but the DAM's preview show is not to be missed.
DU's School of Art and Art History celebrates its own.
Abstracts from show tunes at William Havu, and abstracts with show tunes at Sandra Phillips.
Tracy Felix provides an idiosyncratic take on the scenery out West.
Recent pieces by art star Judy Pfaff are on display at Robischon Gallery.
Dutiful if not particularly insightful, Pollock splatters the painter's life on the screen's canvas.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Western art stays home on the range for the holidays.
A talent-packed group show features five artists new to Havu.
Tradition and innovation come together for The West: New Ways/Old Visions.
August 27 - September 2, 1998