CYNTHIA CONNOLLY EXPLORES PUNK EXPERIENCE Banned in DC is the first book of its kind, documenting the DC punk scene and its connective power. Compiled by artist Cynthia Connolly, the book is a testament to the communal nature of the scene, the anti-establishment ideals of
YOUNG ARTIST PRESENTS NEW SOLO EXHIBIT Jazz’s great Charles Mingus once said, “Anyone can make the simple complicated. Creativity is making the complicated simple.” Local artist Caleb Hahne’s art exemplifies this idea. After having spent years earning a bachelor’s degree in Fine Art and being
ART GYM FINDS A UNIQUE SYSTEM OF OPERATION As the name suggests, the concept behind Denver’s Art Gym, located on Colfax Avenue and Leyden Street, is most accurately compared to a fitness gym. Equipped with printing presses, a metalsmith and lapidary studio, a sculpture studio,
CU DENVER PROFESSOR’S ART AT WINTER OPENING The Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver is home to exotic, bizarre, intricate, and bright art, which doesn’t mean the art isn’t phenomenal. On Feb. 20, art lovers flocked to MCA to experience the premiere of the new
GALLERY CONFRONTS IMMIGRATION POLICIES Total immersion is the goal of Museo de las Americas’ Detention Nation exhibition. Hosting art made from razor wire and metal fencing, this gallery demands complete attention from its patrons. Created by a group of artists who call themselves Sin Huellas
The Colorado Photograpic Arts Center introduced the ‘Maybe’ Exhibit
The Oriental Theatre hosted a showing of the new season of The X-Files.
‘Glitterati’ at the Denver Art Museum offers a look into the height of Spanish hierarchy.
INCREDIBLE ART GALLERY CURATES BIG NAME THEMES Last fall, Incredible Art Gallery arrived in downtown Denver with a plan to assert its voice among an ever-crowded art scene. The gallery hosts a permanent collection that seeks to elevate the staples of popular culture to the
The Center for Visual Arts presents ‘Under the Guillotine’, a collection of sociopolitical satirical art.