#49: Tariana Navas-Nieves As Director of Cultural Affairs for Denver Arts & Venues, Tariana Navas-Nieves puts her background as a museum curator to work in a million different ways. As she notes in detail below, Navas-Nieves oversees every aspect of the city's cultural face, from its highly visible ... More >>
Palettes 100 West 14th Avenue Parkway 303-534-1455 The roast pepper soup stared up at me, an edible riddle. Since it was from the special exhibition-themed menu at Palettes, the white-tablecloth restaurant inside the Denver Art Museum, I knew the dish must be related to the Modern Masters show, but ... More >>
For Justin Bua, painting is about documenting moments in time that reflect an era. Hailing from New York, Bua's work has examined the urban themes of hip-hop, jazz, break dancing, and the countless threads that continue to sew the fabric of the entire culture. Since the early '90s, Bua has also pass ... More >>
Color as Field includes a range of abstract expressionists.
Art and music converge in a new Bruce Adolphe composition.
Majestic vistas from the state's glorious past are on view at David Cook.
A planned Clyfford Still museum is the latest thing in Denver's current culture boom.
Sandy Carson features a pair of solos while Cordell Taylor puts on a duet.
The William Havu Gallery has decked the walls with four aces.
A pair of striking solos at BMoCA display a broad range of styles.
A pair of forgotten Jewish artists are rediscovered in Denver.
This year may offer a new landscape for Denver's two Judaica museums.
WELDON KEES HAS BEEN GONE FIFTY YEARS, BUT WHEN IT COMES TO THE DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY, HE WROTE THE BOOK.WHERE'S WELDON KEES WHEN WE NEED HIM? CHECK OUT THE STRANGE SAGA OF THE DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY'S CRANKIEST EMPLOYEE.