The inaugural exhibit in History Colorado’s new Ballantine Gallery honors the Jewish community’s efforts to care for Colorado’s poor and sick—particularly those who suffered from tuberculosis in the early 20th century.
Colorado Springs–based Ranchlands invites artists to seek inspiration among bison and cattle, and a new exhibition in RiNo showcases the gorgeous results.
The artist’s latest show prompts Denverites to question what it means to be from a place, and whether or not such a question still matters.
The 16th Street Mall’s historic Daniels & Fisher Tower will get an artistic makeover with the new projection art installation, Night Lights Denver.
Denver artist Thomas “Detour” Evans’ new exhibit, The Five Pointers, transforms the RedLine Contemporary Art Center into a museum set in the year 2120.
In the latest exhibit at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, three photographers focus their lenses on the U.S.-Mexico border and all that surrounds it.
This autumn’s most anticipated openings feature subjects to strike any fancy, from cityscapes to Western landscapes to portraits of cows.
Nora Burnett Abrams brings her curatorial vision into her new role as director of the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The 84-year-old needlework artist was recently granted the prestigious National Heritage Fellowship from the the National Endowment for the Arts.
Meet the local painter behind some of the city’s loveliest walls—and imagine her work on yours!
From thought-provoking portraits to surreal scenes, there’s something to inspire every art enthusiast at Denver’s best end-of-summer exhibitions.
Renowned British documentary photographer Guy Martin brings his first solo show to Denver’s Pattern gallery.
Denver artist Jonathan Saiz created 10,000 miniature artworks for his “#WhatisUtopia” installation at the DAM, and you just might have the chance to take one home.
Monumental is using community programs and art installations in Denver public spaces to prompt reflection about monuments and what they represent.
There’s no better season for gallery-hopping in Denver. Here, five shows you’ll want to experience this June and July.
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