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Chandler Romeo’s Heart Land

11 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
Rudi Cerri, the public-art administrator for the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs, has organized a series of art shows over the past year at the Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. The latest is Heart Land, which features a dozen large-scale pastel drawings by Chandler Romeo...
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100 Colorado Creatives: Chandler Romeo and Reed Weimer

6 years ago by Susan Froyd
#18: Chandler Romeo and Reed Weimer Artists Chandler Romeo and Reed Weimer have been fixtures of the local scene since co-ops first began to pop up around 1980, building their Denver art careers first at Pirate gallery and later starting up Zip 37 just across Navajo Street. Over the years,...
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Bug Theatre

Denver’s Bug Theatre was originally built as a movie house in 1912 and passed through several different hands before landing in the hands of local artists Chandler Romeo and Reed Weimer. Since...
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Are Big Property Tax Bills Painting Denver Arts Districts Into a Corner?

2 months ago by Susan Froyd
On Santa Fe Drive, artists and owners are feeling the pinch.
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National Western Stock Show Takes Over Denver County Fair

3 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
The National Western Stock Show has corralled the Denver County Fair.
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Twelve Things to Do During Denver Design Week 2017

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
Denver Design Week aims to give a platform to speakers from all design disciplines, bringing innovation and design-speak to the public through a series of tours, panel discussions, presentations and parties.
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Argh! Pirate: Contemporary Art Shoving Off for Lakewood

2 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
History repeats itself. So does “famous artist” Phil Bender’s art. Denver's artists are getting priced out of the city, again. And when Pirate: Contemporary Art goes to Lakewood, Bender and his multiplying art will go, too.
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Denver County Fair announces time and place

9 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
Local events promoter Dana Cain has locked down the time and place for the brand-new Denver County Fair. The event, envisioned as a hip, urban version of the classic rural-style county fair, will be held July 28-31 at the National Western Stock Show complex. Cain and cohorts Chandler Romeo and...
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Review: Phil Bender Closes a Chapter for Denver's Alternative Arts Scene

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
There’s always good reason to catch a Phil Bender solo at Pirate: Contemporary Art, but this current effort, straightforwardly titled Phil Bender, has the added attraction of being thoroughly poignant. Though not Pirate’s last show, it will be Bender’s last at the co-op’s longtime home in northwest Denver, which the group will soon leave.
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Town and Country

6 years ago by Susan Froyd
You never know what you’re going to get at the Museum of Outdoor Arts. This time around, it’s Urban Abstract/Rural Grid, a shape-shifting showcase of work by two veterans of the local scene, featuring encaustic paintings by Patricia Aaron and Chandler Romeo’s ceramic earthworks. It’s no accident that these two...

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