Arts District

6:19am

Thu June 13, 2013
Arts District

"Not Exactly" Homeless

Artwork on display at the Red Line exhibit "Not Exactly" suggests anyone could be the face of homelessness.
Carrie Saldo

Red Line, in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, aims to be more than another art gallery. It strives to be an incubator for social change.

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4:00am

Wed June 5, 2013
Arts District

Maestro Litton Leads A Resurgent Debt Free Colorado Symphony

Andrew Litton
Courtesy of Colorado Symphony Orchestra

The Colorado Symphony Orchestra is hoping the talents of its newly appointed artistic advisor can keep the orchestra’s forward momentum after recovering from a $1.2 million debt.

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8:09am

Thu May 30, 2013
Arts District

Slideshow: Whimsical And Wild With Artist Don Mitchell

Don Mitchell uses his studio to experiment, play and try out new ideas.
Carrie Saldo

Some artists work on canvas and have their art displayed in a gallery. Colorado sculpture artist Don Mitchell frames his work in the great outdoors.

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6:12am

Fri May 17, 2013
Craft Beer Week

Three Designers On Their Art Of Beer (Labels)

Crooked Stave's Vieille Saison, 'Art in the bottle, art on the bottle' carries to packaging too - seen in the background
Jim Hill KUNC

You're standing in front of a beer cooler staring at a sea of crafty looking labels. Like a puppy at the pound, each is designed to catch your eye and to get you to take them home.

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6:00am

Thu May 9, 2013
Arts District

Black, White, and Not A Ballerina to Be Found

This Degas work of two trees was purchased by Robert Flynn Johnson in 1973. It was the first of many Degas' he would collect over the next forty years.
Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson

A new exhibition at the Foothills Arts Center in Golden features works of famed 19th century French impressionist Edgar Degas that have largely been overlooked by other members of the art world.

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