Arts & Culture

#InstaNovels

You may think of Instagram as a platform for images, but it may be the next place you turn to read...

A year of Trump

For those who make their living producing political cartoons, it could be argued that the election of Donald Trump was a godsend....

Chief Niwot’s Curse

On the longest night of the year, we sit cross-legged in a circle and watch unfamiliar faces across from us flicker...

Art from the soul

"My dancing belongs to the world,” Anna Pavlova once said. Yet almost a century after the ballerina’s death, many people have never...

The Francesca box

George Lange kept the box shut for nearly 40 years. So long as he did, his old friend Francesca Woodman stayed...

The family in the house

For writer/director/editor Trey Edward Shults, making movies is a family affair. It doesn’t matter if he’s shooting in his parent’s home in Spring, Texas,...

Unearthing a forgotten history

Adriana Corral’s art explores the human condition and our fundamental rights. Her research-based process has taken her from her home in...

Faces of nature

During a snowy day, if you look outside the window, all you may see is a smattering of white flakes coating the...

Only time to be yourself

Shantell Martin works fast. With a marker in hand, she stays in constant motion — drawing lines, faces, words, squiggles, stick...

The STEAM of dreams

“We believe art is a powerful gateway drug into science,” George Sparks, CEO of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS), says...

To be transformed

As an avid theater lover, I’m always excited to try a new experience. Last spring, I was intrigued when a friend...

A little of the absurd

"Hold on just one moment,” Gerda Rovetch says over the phone, “I just need to fortify myself with a pen.” 
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