Spanning generations and genres from the past 100 years, the MCA Denver’s iteration of the traveling exhibition resonates as its only non-Southern venue.
Looking Between the Lines of Max Cole’s Abstract Paintings
In the artist’s exhibition Endless Journey, each tiny, delicate mark reads as a meditative act, imbued with rigorous attention, care, and focus.
The Horror and Banality of American Racism
Christy Chan’s Who’s Coming to Save You? makes clear the perpetual nature of American bigotry.
Wildfire Ash as a Medium
Meet the artists who use ash and residue from natural disasters to send an urgent message about the environmental calamity unfolding before us.
Resisting Superficial Narratives About the US-Mexico Border
When the Dogs Stop Barking reflects the complexities, and foolishness, of geopolitical limits.
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.
Eight Utah Art Spaces You Probably Didn’t Know About
Your list of dreamy, imaginative, and oh-so-unexpected Utah art venues, including an eyeglass store and an eclectic bazaar, all teeming with love for local artists.
Tyrrell Tapaha’s Fresh Approach to Pictorial Navajo Textiles
Diné fiber artist and sixth-generation weaver Tyrrell Tapaha expands lived experience and ideas about the future.
What Does Solidarity by Artists Look Like?
Art for the Future: Artists Call and Central American Solidarities portrays how Artists Call swiftly created a transnational network working toward a single purpose.
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?
Native and Indigenous Artists Take the Lead in Santa Fe
Self-Determined: A Contemporary Survey of Native and Indigenous Artists prompts questions about shared contexts and individual expression.
You Could Make Art at Chaco Canyon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Applications for NPAF’s February 2023 residency at Chaco Culture National Historical Park are being accepted through November 15, 2022.