Meditations on Artist Advocacy, Semantic Shifts & DIY with Leto Projects

‘..Denver has changed quite a bit and continues to change. Moving forward, the question I have is, how can the arts ecosystem adapt to what exists now and brace for future changes in a way that provides opportunities to artists so they can afford to stay in Denver?..’

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A Day at Art Gym | One of Colfax’s best-kept secrets...but not for long

As this space approaches its third year of operation, Art Gym remains one of Colfax’s best-kept secrets...but not for long. With new opportunities to connect with other artists, new mediums to explore, and access to the best equipment at a fraction of the cost, Art Gym is a no-brainer and a worthy investment for artists looking to take their creativity to the next level.

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Not for the Faint of Art | A Conversation with Cayce Goldberg

Currently standing in the midst of RiNo’s recent onslaught of construction, detour signs, and potholes, Helikon is an oasis for artists of all kinds... And no matter where you might find yourself in the maze of art to explore, you can always expect a welcoming smile and good chat with Cayce, Helikon's joyful and fearless leader.

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CYBERCY | Confronting the decomposition of self in the post-internet age

a shirtless man asking, “Will you do me in that later?”, and a by passer quickly chiming in to say, “That’s a man, sir.” This short opening sequence sets the tone beautifully for the rest of the film which blatantly speaks to the viewer about transphobia, mob mentality, and violence in society...

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Drew Austin talks moving on, vanilla ice cream, and the freedom in not giving a fuck.

News clippings, paint chips, reference images, wire mesh, and just about every drawing material you could imagine, are scattered throughout; revealing Drew Austin's true nature as an artist, one who’s method of making work is constantly in a state of growth and refinement.

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