Browse By

Category Archives: Art Walk

No Thumbnail

Denver art exhibit celebrates powerful women

“Women Behaving Badly” highlights women in history Six minutes west of campus, located off Irving and Colfax, sits the Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Library. It’s a small, fairly new library that holds books and resources for the inhabitants of the West Colfax neighborhood but also currently

Reefer Madness hits the Bug Theatre

Local theater presents witty propaganda On April 6, Reefer Madness: The Musical opened at Denver’s Bug Theatre. The show is an adaptation of the classic propaganda film of the same name from 1936 in which an unsuspecting young school boy is taken under the wing

Woman sells child for Hamilton tickets

Anything for a ticket We respectfully ask our customers to avoid engaging in human trafficking to acquire Hamilton tickets,” the Buell Theater said in an email sent out to Denver Performing Arts Center subscribers Wednesday morning. “Even though the mother who sold her baby for

Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald: Revelations in the art community

Striking portraits of the Obamas inspire It was a historic day on Feb. 12 when the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery unveiled the official portraits for former President and First Lady Barack and  Michelle Obama. The Obamas, who became the first African-American President and First

Westword’s 23rd Artopia dazzles

Celebration of Colorado culture Artopia isn’t just an art show: it’s an art immersion experience. The event was appropriately held on Feb. 23, as it was the event’s  23rd anniversary. It’s Westword’s biggest event of the year and took place at the Church Nightclub on

American Mariachi highlights Latinx history

MUSICAL DAZZLES BUT FALLS SHORT IN WRITING The Women’s Liberation Movement made the 1970s a revolutionary time for women in the United States. Women fought their way out of the kitchens and into the streets to protest their unequal treatment. In the same decade, Hispanic

The free art school on Santa Fe

Denver’s best art walk supports local artists After attending First Friday Art Walks for the first time, aspiring and established artists tend to return to Sante Fe Drive for more. Stoneworker Loren Lichti, who has been a showcasing artist of the art walk for the better

It’s never a drag at Gladys: The Nosy Neighbor

Pearl Liaison makes an appearance in Denver Located in the Santa Fe Arts District, Gladys: The Nosy Neighbor is a gay bar that offers Denverites a taste of what a real party is all about. The bar holds regular weekly drag performances. On the 26th,

CPAC celebrates life of iconic fashion photographer

A retrospective of Bill Cunningham William John “Bill” Cunningham was a Harvard University dropout with a thick Boston accent and a penchant for those who dressed remarkably. On Jan. 12, the Colorado Photographic Arts Center opened their latest exhibit, “On the Street With Bill Cunningham,”