One reason we return to Facebook again and again is to look at the pictures --and to share them, too. But when artists join in that endlessly unfolding online scrapbook, things really start to get interesting. Following are some of our favorite FB portraits of Colorado artists.
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Art-museum shows reigned in 2012, from a couple of demographic-busting blockbusters at the Denver Art Museum to a visual constellation of exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Arts Denver, the Colorado Photographic Arts Center and other satellites that paid tribute to a West Coast punk moment in ti ... More >>
PechaKucha, the grownup show-and-tell series revived in Denver earlier this year, tonight will focus on a subject to which everyone can relate. All Things Edible will bring together an eclectic -- with a capital "E" -- group of experts together at Buntport Theater to share their viewpoints on the su ... More >>
Interplay, the new show opening today at Downtown Aurora Visual Arts , is playful on one level...and very serious on another.
Kids ranging in age from three to eighteen created the video games, movable sculptures, miniature gardens and toys in this exhibit that invite visitors to experience art fir ... More >>
It was quieter in RiNo yesterday than you'd expect, considering there was a studio tour and a RiNo hunt going on for the last day of Create Denver. But it was nonetheless a perfect day to explore, and whether or not you discovered one of the 100 numbered ceramic rhinos left out for tourists to find ... More >>
You could say it all started with a pair of shoes -- the most minimal of shoes, made of woven straw -- in 1991. That's when Denver-based artist Viviane Le Courtois strapped the first pair on her feet and ventured off on a series of foot-treks around the world, creating art through the act of walking ... More >>
A mighty stylin' solar irrigation pump.
In a nutshell, a completely sustainable nutshell, the idea behind Design for the Other 90%, a traveling exhibition from the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, has to do with the impact of good design on developing populations who must usually make do ... More >>
Pavel Matela, "Parasites," 2010. RedLine Gallery.
It wasn't First Friday or even Second Saturday, for that matter, but last Friday night was still art-heavy with receptions as the Month of Photography progresses. A lot of people, I found out, were over at Belmar, ringing in Feminine Influen ... More >>
Small works, affordable art, crafty items, the unexpected: Tonight's First Friday Artwalk will no doubt feature plenty of them all, regardless of whichever urban quarter you land in. And that's a good thing: Not only do local artists have to eat like the rest of us, but everyone benefits from ... More >>
Diminutive and soft-spoken, with black owl-eye glasses and long, wavy dark hair, Viviane Le Courtois is one of those "still waters run deep" types, whose mind, you just know, is working overtime, all the time. Viviane is a thinker and an observer: There's a bit of a scientist in this artist, ... More >>