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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,

Get super organized with a bullet journal

The most diverse, creative, customizable planning system As school systems across the country switch to remote learning, most students are becoming even more attached to the digital world. While digital planning and organization systems like Google Calendar may seem most convenient, the physical planning system

Crush Walls covers RiNo District alleys

Celebrating its 10-year anniversary through the week of Sept. 3–8, Crush Walls—an art venue located in the RiNo district just north of Downtown Denver— hosted many local, national, and international artists to come in and liven the alleys and streets with brand new works of

Should people go to movie theaters?

There’s no place like home Opinion by Taelar Pollmann With the rise in popularity of streaming services, the days of quality movies being released “only in theaters” are in the rearview mirror. This exclusivity is the last advantage the theater still holds over home entertainment,

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

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

How Denver public art is being affected by gentrification Denver is covered with murals and various pieces of that provide tourists and locals alike with great photo opportunities. They’re beautiful, colorful, and it takes obvious talent to create them. And while they make great additions