The Monday Movie Madness series celebrates its 10th anniversary this summer, providing free movies on the big screen scoreboard at the stadium
The “ZEEL: awareness through art” gallery is ending a roughly seven-month lease at Stanley at the end of June, but the space isn’t moving far, according to Dana Barak, the gallery’s director and curator
Parsons and his sheepishly irreverent website make up one half of the design team that has been commissioned to bring effervescent splashes of glass to Aurora’s forthcoming Central Recreation Center once the facility opens to the public late next year
This weekend, it’s time for the shutterbugs to celebrate at Stanley Marketplace. Following a string of weekends catered to mac’n’cheese lovers, horse racing aficionados, and of course, the ceaseless sea of the Stapletonian bourgeois, it’s time for photographers to have some fun
It’s been about 379 days since Avourneen, one of Colorado’s premier Celtic music trios, last played Denver’s Swallow Hill Music Hall, but who’s counting? We’re not — we swear. And even if we were, we’re not totally sure we could keep track of that many days without some serious help from a TI-83, or something
The deaccession marks an unprecedented move in Aurora, according to Roberta Bloom, public art coordinator for the city. She said that this will be the first time the city will have nixed a creation from its public collection.
“It’s really intended as a community engagement project, so we’re looking for an artist who will work with us in terms of inviting members of the community to participate in the actual painting,” Bloom said.
The photographs are provocative for several reasons, mostly because they tend to be suggestive. It’s just a nudge that in real life would reflexively make you turn away if you were walking by that window. But here, well, there are no restrictions.
I had looked at that painting probably hundreds of times. And each time I loved it. I loved the three, off-kilter canvases, the nude black woman lying on the white satiny sheets, the ethereal blue window set against the dark of the bedroom, the retro, portable television set her eyes seem intent on.