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Mardi Gras-themed 40 West Arts District art crawl

Galleries on Colfax host special art walk The first Art Crawl of 2019 featured different forms of vibrant art work with a New Orleans style twist to the scenery, taking place on Friday, March 1. The Mardi Gras-themed event had painted mannequins dazzling in colored

Museum of Contemporary Art re-opens after winter hiatus

Tattoo This exhibit is uninspiring The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) has just opened their three newest exhibits on Feb. 15 after the January closure of Tara Donovan’s Fieldwork. The newly opened exhibitions consist of Aftereffect from Georgia O’Keeffe and other contemporary painters, Andrew Jensdotter’s

Meow Wolf prepares for Denver grand entrance in 2020

Already has other Denver projects in existence Meow Wolf, a Santa Fe-based art collective that got its start in 2008, expanded its artistry to the heart of Denver with a groundbreaking in December 2018. While the permanent space is expected to open sometime in 2020,

Review: DCPA’s Anna Karenina brings Tolstoy to life

Play emphasizes timeless themes in centuries-old story Anna Karenina, the classic novel by Leo Tolstoy, is a complex tale of love, lust, jealousy, and death that is both beautiful and tragically haunting. The story is set in Russia in 1873 and centers around a diverse

Dior clothing steals Denver’s fashion spotlight

Dior: From Paris to the World on display at Denver Art Museum Christian Dior, French clothing designer and founder of one of the most revered fashion houses in the world, has come to the Denver Art Museum. Dior: From Paris to the World consists of

South Broadway Ghost Society at Thought//Forms gallery

Ghosts haunt art walk after party A short walk from the First Friday commotion in the Sante Fe Art Gallery sits the Thought//Forms gallery on 1st St. and Kalamath. On Jan. 4, the gallery hosted an event with the South Broadway Ghost Society editor-in-chief, Brice

Santa Fe art walk embraces DÍa de los Muertos

For Denver’s finest art showcase celebrates the holiday The Santa Fe Art District sidewalks became crowded with those celebrating Día de los Muertos on Nov 2. All manner of people, some dressed up and others not, joined together to celebrate their loved ones that had

Love Never Dies but maybe it should

A Broadway sequel that pleases almost no one Coney Island, 1910. Hidden among the sea of freaks and sideshows is a place called Phantasma, run by a mysterious man known as Mister Y. This tormented soul opens the show with a lament about his long-lost