Adam Lerner, visionary director of MCA Denver, stepping down in 2019

Adam Lerner, the acclaimed director of this Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, will step down in June following a decade-long tenure where he built an global reputation for a risk-taking, influential and fiscally savvy leader at a fast paced creative hub. “My present contract expires in June and the museum is at a very healthy
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New Immersive Art and Virtual Reality Experience “Natura Obscura” Is Opening In January

Immersive artistry is one of the tendencies that are cultural in the western part of the US. The resurgence of interest in beachfront attractions and the popularity of Meow Wolf represent that trend on a big scale, however, Denver’s art landscape was quick to grab. The newest addition to this immersive art experience in the Mile High
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Anonymous Street Artist and Activist MissMe to Speak in Denver Next Week

Graffiti is frequently connected with vandalism, but sometimes an artist having a serious goal utilizes graffiti tactics to spread messages . That is certainly true with Montreal-based artist MissMe — dubbed by Vice within a “art vandal” — that creates pieces of art that she leaves in the streets using a technique. She arrived at Denver
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From “Dior” to “Dear Evan Hansen,” Denver’s big-name shows building city’s cultural reputation

RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post The Star Wars and The Power of Costume display at The Denver Art Museum on Nov. 10, 2016. RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post A Tusken Raider costume is really on screen at the Star Wars and The Power of Costume display at The Denver Art Museum, Nov. 10, 2016. RJ
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Halloween and Valentine’s Day Collide at New Immersive Art Installation in Downtown Denver

– Halloween is usually about becoming somebody else donning a costume to disguise your true identity or to attract attention (we’re considering you, sexy-cat-costume-wearers). However one artist collective in Denver is turning into those normal motivations around this October with a residency at Understudy that urges people to fall in love with their internal “creatures.
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Meow Wolf’s Call For Colorado Artists Opens Friday

Since Meow Wolf declared its own plans to construct a permanent exhibition in Denver, several Colorado artists are wondering how they can be involved. Well, now’s the opportunity — beginning October 5, Meow Wolf will start its call for hints for its Denver exhibition, slated to start in 2020. According to the official media release,
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The History of Five Points Showcased This Weekend at Doors Open Denver

Each year for the previous 13 years, the Denver Architectural Foundation has introduced Doors Open Denver (DOD), a weekend of admiration for urban design and architecture in town.  This year nearly 70 websites will have free entry for the general public.  The complete collection of sites can be found on the DOD site, including everything from churches, both the Governor’s mansion,
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Review – Growing Pains at CRUSH Could Signify More Successes Than Failures

CRUSH, as a festival, did lots of growing up. Were the artists compensated for the first time, but the experience for both participants and attendees felt organized, planned and put together than in years ago. Proof of the maturity was discovered within their unified branding, together with the colored blotches of spray paint that clutter
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Small DIY Art Spaces Can Apply for Meow Wolf DIY Fund Money

Even though Meow Wolf’s popularity skyrocketed within the last two decades, leading at their exhibition in Santa Fe, the artist understands what it s like to live since thrifty creatives on a budget. For over a decade, the team existed “dumpster diving for provides facilities at rock bottom prices, and long hours at jobs between
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