You’re Just Okay at DATELINE

Saturday October 13, 2018 from 7-11pm

Curated by Mario Zoots

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DATELINE is proud to present You’re Just Okay, a one-night only group show happening on Saturday October 13, 2018. You’re Just Okay features artwork by Amber Cobb, Anna Millholland, Brandon Chusey, Joseph Coniff, Severin Moore and Sierra Montoya Barela. Please join us for the joint opening and closing reception at DATELINE, 3004 Larimer St., 80205, on Saturday October 13, from 7pm - 11pm.

Curated by Denver-based Artist Mario Zoots, You’re Just Okay hinges upon the universal aspects of design in relation to the equally public visual language of the artist’s private life; their past and desires for the future through artwork that is bright, inviting, and full of pastel color to chase away those end of summer blues. The result is work that is deeply personal and experimental yet inviting.

DATELINE
3004 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205
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PhotoVox: Know Your Rights: Copyright, Publicity & The Law

Colorado Photographic Arts Center (1070 Bannock St. in Denver)

Wednesday October 10, 2018 from 6:30 - 8 pm (doors open at 6pm)

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What are the best ways to protect your photographs in the age of social media? Do you understand the difference between copyright and rights to privacy? Join the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) on October 10 to get up to speed with two leading experts on these important legal issues. Our speakers will be Shirin Chahal, an attorney dedicated to serving clients in the arts and entertainment industries, and David Rein Jr., an attorney at the Colorado office of Erickson Kernell IP.

 

Fourth Annual Glens Art Walk and Open Studios

Between Kipling and Wadsworth and Colfax and 20th Avenues

Saturday October 13, 2018 from 10am - 4pm

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Fine jewelry and vessels by Craig Wright

The Glen Creighton neighborhood (the Glens) is hosting the fourth annual Glens Art Walk and Open Studios. Come stroll through Lakewood’s oldest neighborhood and visit 10 home-based artist studios. We are located between Kipling and Wadsworth and between Colfax and 20th Avenues. Join 27 artists showing work ranging from jewelry, metal sculpture, painting, photography, fine violins, illustration, textiles, mixed media, pottery, woodworking, local wax and honey, and Halloween folk art.

 

Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series Exhibit and Reception

Wednesday, October 3 at 6-9 pm

Space Gallery (400 Santa Fe Drive in Denver)

Space Gallery will host Denver’s 2018 Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series. The series is an art competition created and curated by Bombay Sapphire that provides emerging artists with an international platform to showcase their work to a broader audience. Now in its 9th year, the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series will partner with Artsy and SCOPE Art Fair to help share artists’ work with more curators, collectors, and art enthusiasts than ever before.

One artist will be selected as the (Denver) Regional Winner by a panel of judges and will advance to showcase their art at SCOPE Miami Beach. Bombay Sapphire and Artsy will co-host the grand finale event in Miami in December.

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Art in the Derby Art Fair

Saturday October 6, 2018 from 10am - 4pm

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The Art in the Derby Art Fair celebrates the newly created Derby Art District and the Grand Opening of the Magnolia Street Art Space. There will be lots of activities that will be fun for people of all ages!
  • 10:00 am ribbon cutting by city officials
  • creative center for children (where they can create art projects to take home)
  • Adams City Fire Truck and safety information
  • Historical Society exhibit about the history of the Derby area
  • food trucks
  • DJ/music by Abe Ramirez
  • 14 outdoor artist exhibitors
  • 12 indoor artist exhibitors at Magnolia Street Art Space
  • additional Art on display within the Derby Studios building
  • Grand Opening party
  • free raffle and prizes for the public
  • small cash awards for participating artists
Magnolia Street Art Space
6600 E 74th Avenue
Commerce City, CO 80022
https://www.derbyartdistrict.com

 

Between Us: The Downtown Denver Alleyways Project

On View: June 2018 through May 2019

Launch event: Friday, June 15, 2018 from 4 - 6pm

  • Five artists - Carlos Frésquez, Kelly Monico, Stuart Semple, Joel Swanson and Frankie Toan – will transform Downtown Denver alleyways into site-specific, sculptural art installations
  • With a goal of surprising, delighting and inspiring those who experience the alleyways, “Between Us” is closely aligned with Happy City Denver, the program that launched in May
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On Friday, June 15, the Downtown Denver Partnership and the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District (BID), in partnership with The Denver Theatre District and Black Cube and with funding from Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, will launch “Between Us: The Downtown Denver Alleyways Project,” to bring additional art to Downtown Denver’s most underutilized public spaces: alleys.

The public is invited to the launch event on Friday, June 15 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event will begin in the alley between Larimer Street and Market Street off of 15th Street and tour the five alleys, with artist talks at each, led by the Montbello Drumline and ending with a reception at the Skyline Beer Garden at 6 p.m.

“The Downtown Denver Partnership and the BID are committed to creating vibrant and memorable experiences for everyone who visits, works and lives in Downtown Denver and have been focused on alley improvement for some time,” says Tami Door, president and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership. “This investment in our downtown alleys provides the perfect opportunity to activate our alleys through art, encouraging people to spend time in these underutilized spaces, ultimately creating safe, welcoming and ‘selfie’-worthy places.”

Artists / Installations / Locations:
  • Carlos Frésquez / “Alley Freshener” / Between Stout & California Streets (southwest side)
  • Kelly Monico / “Alley Cats” / Between 14th and 15th Streets, Larimer and Market Streets
  • Stuart Semple / “I should be crying but I can’t let it show” / Between Champa & Stout Streets (northeast side)
  • Joel Swanson / “Y/OURS” / Between Curtis & Champa Streets (southwest side)
  • Frankie Toan / “Public Bodies” / Between Stout & California Streets (northeast side)
“Between Us: The Downtown Denver Alleyways Project” will launch in conjunction with “Happy City: Art for the People,” a six-week (May 18-June 30) citywide art intervention with the purpose of breaking down personal, emotional and social barriers, while nurturing individual and collective well-being. Initiated by British artist Stuart Semple, the project brings together more than 10 artists’ perspectives that address ideas of happiness and community wellness, in an effort to imagine a more connected society.

“By reimagining alleyways, ordinarily neglected civic spaces, ‘Between Us’ nurtures a transcontinental dialogue around the ideals of social trust and human connection,” said David Ehrlich, The Denver Theatre District executive director. “We are thrilled to have the chance to partner with the Downtown Denver Partnership and are grateful to the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District and the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation for funding to support this important initiative.”

About Black Cube

Black Cube is a nonprofit, experimental art museum that operates nomadically. Without the traditional boundaries of a physical building, Black Cube exists primarily through partnering with artist fellows to commission popup art experiences. Black Cube describes itself as an unconventional museum pursuing the most effective ways to engage audiences while supporting individual artists with critical professional guidance. For more information, visit http://blackcube.art

 

Untitled Final Fridays 2018

Denver Art Museum

Final Friday of the Month, January through October 2018

  • Events take place from 6–10 pm
  • Untitled is included in general admission; Members receive free admission to every Untitled event and all the special programming that happens inside
  • College students with valid ID receive 2-for-1 admission
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Untitled Final Fridays just got even more creative. Each event is completely artist designed and delivered, highlighting each partner's unique talent and vision. Experience the museum in an entirely different way—every time.

For 10 seasons, Untitled has embraced experimentation and collaboration, and this year, we’re upping the ante. We’ve handed over the reins to amazing guest creatives who will design one-of-a-kind experiences and mix up the entire night’s programming by showcasing their work, inviting their friends and co-creating with you, while still providing the same hands-on and engaging atmosphere we all know and love at Untitled.

While we can’t tell you exactly what will happen (where’s the fun in that?!) we can promise you it will be a year unlike any other, with 10 totally different nights of creativity unleashed. Working alongside DAM staff, each group will showcase the museum in a whole new way and introduce you do the art and artists that make our city thrive. Untitled Final Fridays is the place to pick up new creative tricks, be inspired and discover new artists and culture makers, right here in Denver!
  • January 26: Laura Ann Samuelson (choreographer) and Nathan Hall (composer)
  • February 23: The Narrators (storytelling artists and podcast producers)
  • March 30: Steven Frost (fiber and installation artist)
  • April 27: Suzi Q. Smith (spoken-word artist)
  • May 25: Birdy (Denver art and culture magazine)
  • June 29: Jordan Knecht (multimedia conceptual artist)
  • July 27: Gregg Deal (artist and activist)
  • August 31: The Flobots (hip hop artists and activists)
  • September 28: Arthur Williams (floral artist)
  • October 26: Warm Cookies of the Revolution (civic health community organizers)
Denver Art Museum
100 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80204
720.865.5000

http://www.denverartmuseum.org

 

adsflogoFirst Friday at the Art District on Santa Fe

Santa Fe Drive between 6th and 10th Ave

Every First Friday from 5-10pm

  • Check gallery websites and DenverArts.org for details on individual gallery exhibits
  • Parking information:
  • Adco General — 801 Kalamath St — Park any day of the week after 5pm
  • The Bolt Factory at 2nd and Kalamath St.
  • Alliance Francaise — 6th and Galapago: Just East of Santa Fe Dr. — First Friday Art Walk Only
  • West High School — 10th Avenue and Galapago St. — First Friday Art Walk only. Cost is $5 which funds students’ cultural programs
  • Kitchens at the Denver — 8th and Kalamath: 1 block west of Santa Fe Dr. — First Friday Art Walk Only
  • The Knife Guys at 11 Kalamath St. and W. Ellsworth Ave. — after 6pm
  • Image Complete Lighting Gallery, Kalamath and 2nd Avenue — after 5pm
  • Su Teatro lot at Santa Fe Drive and 2nd Avenue
  • Street parking along Santa Fe Drive, 5th, 7th, 9th and 10th Avenues
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