Black Cube, a Denver-based nomadic art museum, helped produce Marguerite Humeau’s “Orisons,” the largest earthwork by a single female artist
What would happen if the giant blue horse at the airport got control of Santa’s sleigh and other holiday travel traffic in Denver?
Many top Colorado climbing guides and pros have stories about buildering, the late-night ascents of campus buildings and public art that shaped their passions and careers.
In September, the National Mall in Washington, D.C., will become a sea of white — one flag for each American who has died from the coronavirus. President Joe Biden will see it from the Truman Balcony of the White House, and from a distance, it will seem like it snowed in the nation’s capital. Up […]
AURORA — David Oh has a clear vision for a “Statue of Peace” memorial on Aurora city grounds, but it won’t likely ever materialize. He envisions a girl dressed in a hanbok, a traditional Korean dress, sitting on a chair with a bird perched on her shoulder. Her hair is cropped short and she has […]
Protesters tore down a statue honoring Christopher Columbus in Civic Center park late Thursday night. Video posted to Twitter by the AfroLiberationFront showed a group of individuals pulling on ropes tied to the statue. The statue was pulled down around 11:15 p.m., Denver police department spokesman Doug Schepman said. The incident follows the toppling of […]
“Night Lights Denver,” a vibrant new feature of downtown’s night-life, is alternately playful, beautiful, weird and wonderful. It is undeniably eye-catching. And it’s free. The public art taking over one side of the D&F Tower, an experimental effort of the Denver Theatre District, is funded by outdoor advertising elsewhere in the 16-block district. It’s a […]