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Street Artist Abram Aleo

I feel like it goes without saying that Denver has one of the most rapidly expanding art scenes in the country. We live in an artistic oasis, smack dab in between Chicago and Santa Fe, with entire districts dedicated to galleries. I recently had the pleasure of talking to one of Denver’s many prolific artists, […]

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Collin Parson

Collin Parson is a visual artist from our very own Denver, Colorado. He received a bachelor of fine arts in theater design and technology, with emphasis in lighting and scene design from CU Boulder. He went on to earn a master in arts in visual culture and arts administration from Regis University. He’s a former […]

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Open Spaces at Bitfactory

Bitfactory is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Denver’s Santa Fe Art District. They curate rotating exhibitions from up-and-coming local, national, and international artists. The building also houses studios, providing a perfect space for collaboration and artistic influence. Bitfactory is excited to present a group exhibition featuring five accomplished artists. Curated by […]

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Elsa Sroka

Elsa Sroka is a Colorado native from a large family that shares the love of art and design. Mostly self-taught, Elsa continues to fine tune her skills and experiment with the constant flow of new ideas. After a previous career spanning three decades, she forged ahead into the art world and never looked back. This […]

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Carmen Richards

Carmen Richards was born and raised in the Carolinas and began her creative career as a textile designer. Upon moving to Denver in 2011, she began working with Project Worthmore, a local non-profit that provides programs which foster self-sufficiency for refugees, founding their annual art show and fundraiser, Our Neighbors Ourselves. Her personal artwork has […]

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Lespecial, Schema Things, and Xoa

Welcome to the weekend! You’ve made it! You’ve braved another week of traffic, snarky co-workers, global disease outbreaks, early morning toe stubbings, political turmoil, spilled coffee, and countless other hurdles. I can almost feel the relaxing wave of sunshine and smiles washing over the city as we all breathe a collective sigh of relief: Saturday. […]

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Francine Campone

Francine Campone was born in Brooklyn, New York in the 1950s and lived in New York City until 1992. Her grandparents—a seamstress and a tailor—taught her how to sew, and her mother taught her how to knit. She used these early lessons in the intended utilitarian ways until, a few years ago, she encountered Debbie […]

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Invisible Horizons and Doble Sentido

On March 6th, a pair of highly anticipated exhibitions will be premiering at the William Havu Gallery. With its extensive artist list and decades of history showing the latest trends in abstraction and realism, the Havu gallery is one of Denver’s top tier art venues. Next week, you can see a group show featuring Sushe […]

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