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One Fell Swoop at Denver Botanic Gardens

One Fell Swoop showcases another inspiring vision of artist Patrick Dougherty at the Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms. Nestled along the tranquil Deer Creek, this immersive labyrinth of intricately woven willow branches feels connected to the surrounding landscape. Dougherty refers to these otherworldly structures

The Science Behind Pixar

The Science Behind Pixar is currently installed at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and will be on display until April 5, 2020.  This exhibit is described as a dive into all the effort it takes to create an animated feature film from a

Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature

The Denver Art Museum is an architectural marvel; it mixes modern angles with simple design that draws art enthusiasts to its halls. Many of the museum’s exhibits feature pieces from local artists and showcase Colorado’s creative history. The museum frequently showcases  renowned artists that draw

Inktober makes its mark in 2019

The drawing challenge Inktober transforms the online art scene as amateurs and professionals alike commit to creating one inked piece a day. Inktober has become an inclusive, welcoming event where artists of every medium, experience level, and background come together to uphold each other’s work

15th annual Denver Food + Wine Fest

This year’s Denver Food + Wine Festival ran from Sept. 4–8 and encompassed a variety of events. The majority of the events were small scale, such as “Dinner Under the Stars” and the wine glass seminar, but the main event was the Grand Tasting on

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

Nature and Science Museum exhibit embodies Our Senses

Installation unveils the human experience Organized by the American Museum of Natural History in New York, Our Senses made its Denver debut on April 12 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The museum’s website describes Our Senses as “an exhibition for the whole

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

Tenzing Rigdol: My World Is In Your Blind Spot

CU alumnus has solo show at Emmanuel Gallery “I’m nervous because some of my professors are here tonight,” Tibetan artist Tenzing Rigdol said at his opening at the Emmanuel Art Gallery.  When Emmanuel Gallery Director Jeff Lambson picked up the artist Tenzing Rigdol from the