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Emmanuel Gallery exhibit explores memory through portraiture

Memory, Technology, and The New Age Portrait  Modern communication seems to have digitalized even deeper through quarantine, exacerbating the culture of online identity. In a time where no one was supposed to really go anywhere, technology moved in place, and whether it was used for

Arvada Center embraces Pink Progression

Celebrating 100 years of suffrage for women Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment passing into law, which ensured the right to vote for women in the United States, Pink Progression: Collaborations fills a chasmic void in representation of feminine identities at major art

Guilty! of being creative

Online student art exhibit recognizes hard-working students As the school year is coming to an end, it’s time for students to be recognized for their hard work, and Emmanuel Art Gallery is doing exactly that with its annual exhibition. This year, the gallery has had to

Exploring wonders of museums without leaving home

Escape the boredom of quarantine and social distancing with a virtual vacation A number of institutions seeing the continued need for art and culture in our society, have made it possible to still get some free entertainment right from the comfort of a living room in the form of virtual tours. These tours,

Art therapy for all artists

Creative ideas while staying at home Staying home doesn’t have to mean staying bored. Creative outlets help pass the time and work through stress in these uncertain times. Traditional activities, like painting and drawing, fit well into the social distancing lifestyle, but even those without a studio

Leaked Rupi Kaur poetry

The Sentry gets the first look at Kaur’s newest work This just in: 2019’s Poet of the Year, Rupi Kaur’s latest masterpieces have been leaked to The Sentry by an anonymous informant at Kaur’s publisher. Below are her never before seen works.     Before you leave               

Reflections and Ruminations at Museum of Outdoor Arts

Reflections and Ruminations at the Museum of Outdoor Arts presents one of the most comprehensive exhibitions of artwork by Robert Rauschenberg since his death in 2008.   Commonly associated with the Pop Art movement, Rauschenberg gained recognition in New York City collaborating with the likes

Words and Lines at Denver Art Museum

  Shantell Martin inspires visitors with her large-scale installation Words and Lines at the Denver Art Museum. With a simple yet monumental style of interconnecting black lines, she transforms a familiar work of architecture into a new world. Aside from other exhibition spaces, nearly every

CU Denver Live! gallery night

CU Denver Live! just hosted its first event of 2020, starting off with a Gallery Night on February 20 with delicious catering, beautiful and captivating art, and friendly staff. Based around a private gallery, Union Hall, it focused on up-and-coming artists who contribute to diversity

The Future of Now calling for artists

CU Denver student Jess Diaz curates art show at Emmanuel Gallery Starting in May, Emmanuel Art Gallery will host an exhibition of artwork focusing on sustainability titled The Future of Now: Contemporary Art in Our Sustainable World. Jess Diaz, a graduating Digital Design student at