5 Artists will be paired with community hosts and be commissioned to create 5 sculptural tables at 5 locations in 5 points. Each second Saturday the community is invited to join us at the site of the sculptures for a feast of local food, local performance and community dialogue about our neighborhood. Join RedLine this summer for a MOVEABLE FEAST!
The wonders of natural environments are often known to spark creativity in the human mind. Drawing inspiration from nature, while freeing themselves from representational qualities, these 7 artists collectively evoke natural abstractions through varying media...
PlatteForum has teamed-up with the Black Cube, a nomadic art museum, to mentor the next group of young arts professionals, PlatteForum’s award-winning ArtLab interns. Black Cube’s Executive Director + Chief Curator, Cortney Stell, has worked with the ArtLab interns throughout the summer to curate and present The Temple Artists Group Exhibition, which will feature the work of Temple building studio artists.
Americans have long been divided in their attitudes concerning the trade-off between national security and personal privacy. Much of the debate has been focused on government surveillance, and how the continuous observation of people’s day-to-day lives is being used to collect data.
Water Line: A Creative Exchange examines the loaded issue of water, and promotes stewardship, advocacy and activism through the work of contemporary artists, and in direct conversation with students, policy analysts and scientists.
An exhibition of socially engaged art exploring land and place, including work by Ryan Fedderson, Megan Gafford, Brian House, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Daisy Patton, Becky Wareing Steele, Tory Tepp, and the Rocky Mountain Land Library
This exhibition illustrates the power of visual arts for healing trauma. This exhibition is the result of a unique project by the late photographer Gary Kaplan, who worked with Stephanie Hamilton-Oravetz to create a series of portraits as part of her ongoing healing from sexual abuse in childhood.
David B. Smith Gallery is pleased to present Joel Swanson’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, Sticks & Stones. This exhibition comes during a tumultuous sociopolitical time.
Saber Acomodar is the principal exhibition of the Biennial of the Americas, and has been organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and the Arizona State University Art Museum.
Come drink local beer and sodas and eat delicious foods while we use specific Case Studies from history---like "Argentina in 2001," or "Episode 333 of The Simpsons"---as a way to examine politics, fashion, pop culture, science, economics, etc...and how they all impact our civic life today!
A one-night exhibition that will take place, outdoors, in a Rino construction lot. The exhibition will feature 13 artists who will use their vehicles as exhibition spaces. Co-curated by Ruth Bruno and Cortney Lane Stell
Calling all Artists, Activists, and Archivists! As a contributor to the creative fabric of this community, how will your work and efforts be remembered in the face of Denver's growth and change?
From Austin, TX. we will have Electronic Musician LIGHTWORKS playing a special set for our closing reception of our curent exhibit: It Came Off the Drawing Board. As always this will be a free event with refreshments and donations accepted. Dj sets by James Jewkes.
How does the physical fabric of a city contribute to understandings of civic character? Which neighborhoods and populations profit from development, and who is displaced as a result? How can art delineate places and mediate between communities?
Come join Speak and his boy Hase for the showing of their new artwork! With good music being played by Radio Rakeem, sweet artwork, and beer, how could you go wrong?
(de)composition seeks to deconstruct the idea of a musical "concert" with a participatory event that involves music, poetry, improvisation, and dance. The distinctions between composer, performer, and audience member will be dissolved.
Mr. Mars is a Denver based creative known for his supreme airbrush skills and intricate custom toys. Inspired by an early love of cartoons, sushi and graffiti, Mars takes his 2D concepts and makes them into real, heavy weight toys.
RULE Gallery is proud to host an exhibition in collaboration with Colorado based Kidrobot, entitled Show Me the Munny. The exhibition features more than 20 regional artists invited by RULE alongside internationally recognized Kidrobot contributors including designer Johnny Draco and restaurateur Frank Bonanno.
The night starts out with a venture inside the full-scale exhibit at the Temple Arts studio and then will continue with new works at Meadowlark Kitchen with the Art & Soul Afterparty.
SPARK Gallery presents diverse and dynamic art exhibits in its galleries, located in the Art District on Santa Fe...
SMALLTALK is a new program for people curious about miniatures - small objects made by artists (i.e. you). Aside from the traditional houses and trains, they can be anything: scenes from your favorite books or TV shows, taxidermy, paintings, robots, terrariums, books, forensically accurate recreated crime scenes -- whatever you're into but smaller.
Artist, Editor, Curator, and Collector, Devon Dikeou is from Denver, CO. Currently she lives and works in Denver, New York, and Austin. Her work Cajole, 1992 ongoing, replicates large and opulent floral arrangements. Whether found at the mall or Trump Tower, Dikeou's artificial arrangements make permanent that which is ephemeral, yet painstaking created by floral designers.
Design Week in the Triangle is an immersive experience influenced by global design in technology, architecture, DIY+crafts, engineering, furniture, graphic design, interior design, landscape design, lighting, theatre+set+costume, and urban design.
An exordium in our case marks the beginning of a new chapter in the gallery’s history and we couldn’t be more pleased to do so with works from some of the gallery’s most impressive artists.
Fifty-six million people, nearly 20% of the American population, have some form of disability. While much has changed since the 1990 signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, deficits remain concerning inclusion and access in the arts.