A Woman's Work is Never Done at Edge Gallery (Friday, free) Sculptor and antique deal Laura Phelps Rogers will examine the roles of women in her new art show using a variety of mediums to play with the theme of gender. Want an idea of what you're going to see? One piece, titled "Nipple Quilt," features nipples cast in different metals and put together in a quilt form. This intriguing art show opens with a free reception tonight and promises an interesting, thought-provoking evening.
Killing Me at Yellow Feather Coffee (Friday-Sunday, free) Don't miss this chance to see Killing Me, an independent film about a fictional man whose dream from childhood is to be a serial killer. The problem? He can't follow through. Watch this man as he attempts to fulfill his lifelong fantasy of fame through murder in this strange film, and enjoy a latte from Yellow Feather while you're at it.
Tracing Absence at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (Friday, free) To get tiny children to sit still for pictures in the Civil War Era, mothers often held the children while draped in fabric to obscure their bodies from the photographs. Artist Laura Shill will explore these hidden mothers in her opening, along with artist Adam Milner, tonight. For more information on the show, check out Tiffany Fitzgerald's interview with curator Marlow Hoffman.Christeene After Party at the Denver FilmCenter/Colfax (Friday, $5) Though non-Film Society members will have to fork over $12 to see videos and a performance from punk performance artist Paul Soileau's alter-ego Christeene Vale, you can get in on some of the fun for a lot less. Starting at 11:30 p.m., queer all ages dance party Damn Gurl is hosting an after party/dance extravaganza in the FilmCenter for only five bones. Dance to the tunes of DJ Narky Stares and Teena Pizza, drink at Henderson's Lounge, and party with Christeene.