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Ways to stay entertained while sheltering in place

staff picks for the best quarantine activities While most people are having to remain indoors for health and safety reasons, The Sentry has surveyed its staff to compile a list of recommendations of how to pass the time. Cyanotypes by Taelar Pollmann A photographer with nothing

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

CAM student creates pinhole camera

An alternative process leads to purpose Kay Nowicki, a student at CU Denver, discovered when she was 23 that she once had a twin, but she vanished in the womb.  This phenomenon is known as vanished twin syndrome and many who suffer from it are never properly

A photo equals 1000 words

The importance of concert photography Humans are a visual species and the need for visual stimulation has bloomed with the advancement of technology.  One aspect of the visual playground that is often taken for granted is the art of concert photography. A person in attendance

Pete Souza on Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents

Souza coming to Parker to discuss rerelease of Shade on Nov. 6 It was no surprise that Pete Souza, President Obama’s chief photographer, created a photo book that chronicles his time within the White House.  What was surprising was his second smaller book, titled, Shade:

Whichcraft bewitches Next Stage Gallery

The art asks “which” materials are used Located in the Performing Arts Complex in Downtown Denver, Whichcraft has taken over the tiny Next Stage Gallery with interesting pieces of work by a trifecta of artists: Melanie Walker, Carol Golemboski, and Mariana Vieira. A play on

Clyfford Still Museum offers standout collection

Visits awe and relieve stress There’s a small art gallery dedicated to American painter Clyfford Still that’s located next to the Denver Art Museum. Still was a leader of  Abstract Impressionism during the 1950s. According to the museum’s website, he “was among the first generation

From the Editor | Taylor Kirby

CAPTURING THE MOMENT I took over 2,000 photos when I studied abroad in South Korea. Sometimes, people in my class would leave their cameras at the hostel to “be in the moment” for whichever sites we were visiting that day. I never shared that impulse.