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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Jaime Carrejo

6 months ago by Susan Froyd
#86: Jaime Carrejo Fine artist, mentor to students at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design and former RedLine resident Jaime Carrejo grew up in the borderlands of El Paso, a region — and state of mind — that he still explores explores conceptually in interdisciplinary work that’s been exhibited...
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A Public Display

2 years ago by Bree Davies
Denver has an impressive collection of public art — and tonight, some of those pieces will be in the spotlight during the Twilight Bike Tour, a two-wheeled spin around the city put on by Denver Arts & Venues. “We have a handful of pieces in the city that have a...
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Denver Arts + Venues Hosts Imagine 2020 Symposium Tomorrow

1 year ago by Lindsey Bartlett
Imagine a city where no artistic expression is off limits. Where gallery artists break down walls, literally and figuratively, to create public art that's not only welcomed by the city, but praised. You can imagine all that, and more, when Denver Arts + Venues hosts an all-day symposium on Imagine...
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Best Salute to a Colorado Master

Fifty years of paintings filled the entire set of lower galleries at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities this past fall when the epic Frank Sampson Retrospective was installed there. Throughout his career, Sampson was interested in figural abstraction, a taste that has come and gone and come...
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Best Salute to a Colorado Master

Frank Sampson Retrospective, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities

Fifty years of paintings filled the entire set of lower galleries at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities this past fall when the epic Frank Sampson Retrospective was installed there. Throughout his career, Sampson was interested in figural abstraction, a taste that has come and gone and come...
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A Walk in the Park

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
Burns Park is a hidden jewel in plain sight: Trapped in a traffic-heavy triangle bordered by Colorado Boulevard, Alameda Avenue and Leetsdale Drive, it’s in the middle of the action but rarely used. Still, the tiny park has a storied past that includes four big-name modern-minimalist sculptures, the remaining pieces...
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City Sites

6 years ago by Susan Froyd
Denver is chock-full of public art, from the Civic Center to the kingdom of Stapleton, but the best way to really see it is with a docent who knows exactly where and how to find it. That’s why the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs began offering its popular and free...
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New public art installed at the Webb building, should project Sunlight in late December

5 years ago by Jenny An
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 art piece called "Sunlight," designed...
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Smooth Talking

6 years ago by Susan Froyd
It was a sad day last July when Eric Matelski put his First Monday Art Talks series to bed at Dazzle. But while Matelski was ready then to move on, he always hoped to bring back the talks — which featured a different local artist and a mélange of related...
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Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Ginger White Brunetti

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
#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...

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