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Denver Botanic Gardens Announces an Alexander Calder Sculpture Exhibit

4 years ago by Kyle Harris
Modernist artist Alexander Calder's abstract sculptures will be showcased at the Denver Botanic Gardens York Street location starting in spring 2017.
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Review: Calder Monumental Adds to Growing Profile of Denver Botanic Gardens

4 years ago by Michael Paglia
The Denver Botanic Gardens has a growing reputation in the art world, and Calder Monumental only adds to that. Even without the Calder sculptures, the Gardens are worth a visit, but with this show, it's a must.
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Calder's Revolvers put soul in their rock and roll

9 years ago by Kelsey Whipple
There's a lot going on with the new Calder's Revolvers EP, but at the same time, it's incredibly simple. Recorded in vocalist Andy Schneieder's basement in the Highlands over the span of seven months, the four tracks on Black Bloc invoke heavy soul sympathies and prove their subtle pop potential...
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Review: Kirkland and Mai Wyn Shows Go Beyond Geometric Abstraction

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
The sculpture scene in Colorado clearly takes a back seat to the state's vast painting scene, an inequality that has been evident for a least a century.
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Calder's Revolvers on how they're a very competitive ping pong club that plays music

8 years ago by Tom Murphy
A cursory listen to its repertoire, which has a sound akin to some unlikely admixture of Molly Hatchet and the Cult, suggests that Calder's Revolvers could be yet another band to have hopped on the classic rock bandwagon of recent years. But these guys aren't just copying what someone else...
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Jim Milmoe

4 years ago by Susan Froyd
#26: Jim Milmoe Just weeks shy of his ninetieth birthday, Golden photographer Jim Milmoe is deservedly basking in the 2017 Month of Photography limelight with two shows of his work running concurrently at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities and Pattern Shop Studio. It’s a fitting topper to a...
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Seven Ways to Celebrate Mother's Day in Denver

4 years ago by Kyle Harris
Mother's Day has come again, and no matter how you feel about greeting-card commercialism, you know you love your mother. So write her a sweet note and send her some flowers...or if you're lucky enough to live near your mother, take her out for a nice day in Denver. Here...
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Jacqueline Webster

4 years ago by Susan Froyd
#29: Jacqueline Webster Jacqueline Webster is a photographer’s photographer, putting in time in her own studio, but also teaching out-of-the-ordinary techniques to new generations at the Art Students League of Denver and working to bolster the art of the camera as a cheerleader and veteran volunteer. You might not see...
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The 21 Best Events in Denver, April 25-May 1

4 years ago by Westword Staff
This week, we're all about celebrating Denver, from historic homes at Doors Open Denver to Tennyson Street to this city's immigrants. Check out our best events of the week for an opportunity to pay homage to the Mile High City. Tuesday, April 25 The nonprofit PlatteForum has built a reputation...
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Film Fest Doc Curious Worlds Chronicles Artistic Marvels in Miniature

5 years ago by Brad Weismann
Director Olympia Stone has an artist’s eye, and she uses it to illuminate the life of art. The newest of her series of documentary films on the creative process comes to the Denver Film Festival this weekend. Curious Worlds: The Art & Imagination of David Beck will screen three times...

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