Things to Do

3 things to do for free in Denver this week, March 31-April 3

No joke: rent is due on Tuesday. But that doesn't mean you can't live a little this week. From an art-inspired fashion trunk show to a film about artist Dan Asher to a magazine store party, the next few days are full of happenings that won't make your rent check bounce.

And that's not an April Fools prank -- we promise. Share more free things to do in the comments section, and check out the Westword calendar for more listings.

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Stephanie O. | Trunk Show: The Still Collection at A.Line Boutique (Thursday) Inspired by the art of Clyfford Still, designer (and Project Runway: Under the Gunn cast member) Stephanie Ohnmacht will showcase her new line of womenswear today. Enjoy champagne and sweets with the designer while you browse the abstract expressionism-inspired clothing. Walled In Magazines Event #1 at Leon (Thursday) Celebrate printed word of the glossy variety today with Denver's new magazine shop, Walled In Magazines. The inaugural event will include plenty of drinks and guests like Matter's Rick Griffith, author (and Westword writer) Joel Warner, and Rolling Stone contributing editor Steve Knopper as well as a musical performance by Poet's Row.

Dan Asher: Near Life Experience at the Dikeou Collection (Thursday) Looking at Dan Asher's wide variety of work, oftentimes it would be hard to tell that it's all been made by the same creative mind. From late '70s New York punk and reggae photographs to intriguing drawings to photographs of melting glaciers, Dan Asher: Near Life Experience tells the story of the fascinating artist's storied career. Ensure your spot to see the film (which screens in conjunction with the Dikeou Collection's exhibition of the artist's work) tonight by emailing [email protected]

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