MCA Denver is pleased to announce Ryan McGinley: The Kids Were Alright. The exhibition will feature early photographs by McGinley, whose pioneering, documentary-style approach captured the antics and daily activities of himself, his friends, and collaborators in lower Manhattan in the late 1990s.
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...
Curated by Odessa, Crooked Timber investigates the relationship between human beings and the Earth; deconstructing the paradoxes between self and place. Brian Napier's sculptural works draw parallels between natural objects and societal growth. The making of these objects is a disruption of the natural processes which the work examines. And in this way, the exhibition space serves as an open casket to what was, and a monument to the eternal.
Join Alto Gallery Friday, July 7, 2017 for the opening reception of "It Came From the Drawing Board." Featuring new works from comic book artists Cody Kuehl, Daniel Crosier, G. Ka'aihue, J. James McFarland, and Rio Burton plus a special installation of new pieces by Charles Russell.
This collection of new works by Denver-based Drew Austin will include sculptural latex objects, small drawings on paper, as well as large-scale paintings on wood panel...
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
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.
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.
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.
Please join us for the GRAND OPENING of ATC DEN, Denver's newest contemporary art gallery meets modern-appointed event space. Featuring a solo show by gallery owner, Laura Krudener, "It's All a Dream."
The Dikeou Collection presents the twenty third installment of the Dikeou Literary. Please join us for readings by Lucy Roberts, Michael Shea Lynch, Tara Knight, and Sarah Elizabeth Schantz. This event is free and open to the public.
Join Odessa and From The Hip Photo for Exposure, a free event collapsing boundaries and exposes attendees to a cross-section of Colorado’s vibrant artistic community, encountering art, artists, and organizations whose paths they may not otherwise cross.
join Derrick Velasquez and Peter Miles Bergman at MCA Denver for a discussion about Velasquez's current exhibition at the museum, Obstructed View. Velasquez will talk with Bergman about the work in the exhibition and how it fits within the scope of his practice, as well as the political ideas behind some of the work.
DATELINE is pleased to announce Phil Bender: The ½ Xmas Show. This quirky solo exhibition delivers Xmas cheer six months early (or late). The Denver based Pop artists collection of offbeat grid and stacked pieces feature hundreds of (you guessed it) Santa Clauses.
B-Side Friday is MCA Denver's summer rooftop music series, presenting the best up and coming colorado bands and side projects of well-known Denver bands and musicians.
Join us for a walking tour on June 22nd, from 5:30-7:00pm at Colorado Tick Club Inc, to learn more about the history of gentrification in our city.
Inspired by Art Gyms’ recently opened encaustic workspace and the installation of a bee hive on its roof-top, curator Elke McGuire brings together works by Patricia Aaron, Alane Holsteen, Dylan Gebbia-Richards, Katie Kalkstein and Laura Tyler for this unique exhibition.
RedLine's Make/Shift Monday Presents:
Artist Show’N Tell - A chance for emerging artists to connect
Monday June 19th, 6:00PM -8:00PM
Bring your passion and a work sample to share. There will be a collaborative art opportunity first half hour.
- All art forms welcome (including dance, music, theater, etc.).
- Amount of presentation time determined by group size and sign-in sheet order.
- Low-tech. No audio/visual equipment provided. Phone passing and laptop sharing permitted.
- This event is a chance to connect with other artists, not to market/sell work.
- Business cards are welcome; handmaid ones highly encouraged.
- This workshop is free and open to the public, BYOB!
CHAC invites all artists to participate in an exhibition of works based on or inspired by Frida Kahlo. The show will run from July 7th through July 29th.
This series of new works has a physicality that fuels the energy in a room even as they give impressions of place. The large size of the works are heavily layered paint on 4" deep canvases that read as sculpture. The confident use of color and assertive brushstrokes create a dynamic visual experience; Hoitsma really does achieve his goal to change the air in the room.
Black Cube presented two bodies of work by American artists Laura Shill and Joel Swanson, both based in Colorado. The exhibition is curated by Black Cube Executive Director + Chief Curator, Cortney Lane Stell. Shill and Swanson’s installations consider the complexities of binary structures in gender and language, exploring the spaces in-between.