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City sets forum on “safe creative spaces.” Could get interesting.

Several city agencies,  responding to outrage in the arts community over the recent closing  -- and the drastic, overall shortage -- of affordable spaces...

Denver Botanic Gardens to host rare, and exclusive, Calder exhibit

Not at my computer right now, but wanted to get this out fast, so just posting the press release here. Big cultural news. The show...

Design: Are these Denver’s 4 best buildings of 2016?

Architecture and design have the ability to change a place at two different scales.  At the micro level, it can be as simple as...

Three, big-money art commissions up for grabs in Denver and Aurora

Both Denver and Aurora announced major art commission opportunities this week, and the calls come with the kind of big money and exposure that...

Are things really that bad for women artists? (yes, maybe no)

By  Lauri Lynnxe Murphy It isn’t often that a Facebook post inspires a full-on flashback.  But there it was one morning a few weeks ago:...

Edge Gallery moving to Commerce City. Final show will be one-weekend only.

Edge Gallery, a Denver landmark, is ending its run in the Navajo Street arts neighborhood with one final show, and a blow-out closing party. Like...

RedLine’s Louise Martorano one of five Bonfils-Stanton Livingston Fellows

The Bonfils-Stanton Foundation's Livingston fellowship picks five emerging leaders each year and helps them to develop their careers. RedLine's Louise Martorano is one of this...

One Good Idea: In Santa Fe, an artist actually leads city planning

By Brian Corrigan Vince Kadlubek is helping to redefine the role of the artist in the community. Kadlubek is one of the 135 artists behind...

Interview: Jorge Marin

MEXICO CITY — Fear not the threat of any walls going up between the U.S and Mexico. Jorge Marin’s bronze wings offer a way...