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Artopia 2014: The artistic lights were bright on Broadway

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Broadway became the center of Denver's art world Saturday night as Westword's Artopia 2014 took over five venues in the heart of town. Artists ranging from Westword cover boy Andrew Novick to zombie portrait artist Stan Yan were on hand to show their work at City Hall and Vinyl, while musical acts and performers from Falcon Punch to Cora Vette entertained the crowds there and at Salty Dog, Bar Standard, and the Living Room.

Check out pictures from this year's bash below. You can find more in our slide shows: Artopia 2014 at City Hall, Artopia 2014 at Vinyl, and Scenes from Artopia 2014.

See also: #Artopia14 in Instagram photos


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