#64: Joseph Coniff Like many of Denver's notable emerging artists, Joey Coniff got off to a fast start after leaving the Rocky Mountain College of Art Design and the mentorship of Clark Richert, climbing aboard with Rule Gallery right out of the chute. It's not hard to see why: His utilitarian an ... More >>
Fantasia 2014 is billing itself -- at least on Facebook, anyway -- as a "performance festival." But it's not a big, multi-stage summertime throwdown for thousands. Fantasia 2014 an intimate experience, one that co-curators Colin Ward and Stefan Herrera hope invites people who have never been to fest ... More >>
August is over, but the fun isn't. This weekend is full of inexpensive entertainment in and around Denver -- if you know where to find it. And we're here to be your (free) guides. The following ten events each under $10 include everything from a night of Stick N Poke tattoos to outdoor festivals, ar ... More >>
For this week's art review, Michael Paglia visited RedLine to take in a group show celebrating the city-wide Month of Photography. The show, titled The Reality of Fiction, tackles the notion that photos can fool the eye, making them both true depictions of reality and false ones. With only a few exc ... More >>
Michael Paglia visited RedLine for this week's review, taking in a group show from artists who also use studio space at the gallery. The show features many different types of work, ranging from paintings to installations, from about two dozen artists. Continue reading for photos from the exhibit.
While Katherine Rutter, Aron Dubois and Zach Reini all create very different art, Illiterate Gallery director Adam Gildar says that "they connect in their exploration of inhumanity and humanity, and they all have very different takes on that." Tomorrow night's closing reception at Illiterate ... More >>
Oh, we're only kids now, but someday we're gonna be the guys that make ya laugh and cry and think that there's a little stardust left on life's dirty old pan. - Mickey Moran in Babes in Arms. Among young and emerging artists these days, the loudest complaint is against the big-art world. The ... More >>