This year's Denver Modernism Show has more angles than a Gropius house: fashion, style, architecture, design, retro schlock. But the show's juried gallery of works primarily by Colorado artists (curated by Lauri Lynnxe Murphy) is unquestionably one of its premier slants. And while the official prize-winners will be determined by art critic Leanne Haase Goebel, folks like you and me are also invited to weigh in for a more democratic public-determined award. You have until midnight tomorrow (August 26) to vote and here's what to do:
Go to the Denver Modernism Show's Facebook page. Then there's a little catch: You must first "Like" the page before you can vote, but what's not to like? Find the Denver Modernism Art Show album in Photos, then select and "Like" the images you prefer. The work garnering the most votes will win the People's Choice Award at the show on Friday night.
Just to get started, here's a sneak peek at a few art selections:
That's all you get. Now, don't forget to vote!
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