Breakthroughs at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver showcases the work of 18 alumni of RedLine, a local arts nonprofit celebrating its 15th anniversary.
What Survivance Means for Indigenous Artists
Speaking with Light addresses an Indigenous audience with a subtler message: we are now in the process of reclaiming our own representation.
The Untold History of Japan’s Women Artists
Her Brush is kin with the growing number of women-only presentations that reveal a fact hiding in plain sight: great women artists existed everywhere at all times.
The Story of Incarceration That Inspired a Nature Painter
The beauty of the natural world coupled with the tragedy of racial oppression led to Foad Satterfield’s painting series inspired by Albert Woodfox’s incarceration.
Denver Art Museum Presents Her Brush: Japanese Women Artists from the Fong-Johnstone Collection
The exhibition showcases more than 100 works of painting, calligraphy, and ceramics from the 1600s to 1900s, with many on public view for the first time.
Colorado Filmmakers Shine at Boulder International Film Festival
For its 2023 season, BIFF showed a total of 67 films, including an impressive 13 films by Colorado natives and four features from Sundance.
Stolen Elaine de Kooning Work Found in Colorado Hotel Room
Boulder authorities also uncovered stolen guns, drugs, and work by artist Jane Freilicher.
Juan Fuentes’s Lexicon of Longing
Born in Mexico and raised in Denver, the artist has never been able to visit his family on the other side of the border.
Artists Discuss How Psychedelics Influence Their Work
Visual artists who incorporate psychedelics into their practices maintain a foundational understanding that there is more to reality than meets the eye.
How One Conservative City Supports Numerous Progressive Artists
Given Colorado Springs’s politics and hyper-conservatism, wouldn’t artists hesitate to make and perform work there?
Artnauts Founder George Rivera Reflects on 25 Years of Art and Activism
Rivera’s art work and professional pursuits are rooted in the racism that wounded him since youth.
Marina Kassianidou Is Interested in the Leftovers
The artist’s work quietly asks: How do we read and write the world we live in?