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Happy New Year! Newsletter Will Be Monthly Starting in 2018

Beginning with the January 2018 newsletter, the Email Newsletter will be sent out monthly on the Thursday Morning prior to the First Friday of the month. The newsletter will still be focused on Denver's vibrant gallery scene featuring a curated listing of upcoming gallery exhibits in the metro Denver area, however there will be less emphasis on non-gallery events in order to better focus on art exhibitions and related artist talks. As always, there will be a variety of local Call for Entry listings and information on local and regional Art Festivals.

Given the rise of Facebook as a means to publicize events, there's less need for a stand-alone arts calendar than there was 11 years ago at the dawn of the website, thus the Calendar of Events module is being retired effective immediately. Gallery exhibits will be featured on the website under "Local Exhibits", but specific events related to an exhibit such as lectures or workshops will be featured under "Event Announcements" as time allows.

If you would like your gallery exhibit listed on the website and newsletter, information can be found at Note that exhibits for consideration in the newsletter should be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the First Friday of the month the exhibit will be opening, regardless of whether or not the exhibit is actually opening on the First Friday.

Currently On Display:

s.legg: Animals

Alto Gallery

December 16, 2017 - January 27, 2018slegg

Alto Gallery will present a solo exhibition of work by s.legg entitled Animals, which will be a benefit show for the Maxfund Animal Shelter with 50% of all art sales going directly to support the shelter. Donations will also be accepted.

About Animals

Conceptual artist s. legg uses an array of diverse materials to examine human being's relationships with other members of the animal kingdom. His sculptures question the extent of our awareness and empathy for those outside out own species, while reminding us that we are all animals. About: s.legg lives in Denver, Colorado. He has exhibited work in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach as well as Denver and the surrounding area. His work can be viewed at

Alto Gallery
4345 W. 41st Ave.
Denver, CO 80212
Thu - Sat: 12 - 7pm

Closing This Week:

Internal Narratives: Projects by Veterans

A group exhibition highlighting 10 artists who served in the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, or Army Reserve

Colorado Photographic Arts Center

November 11 - December 30, 2017

  • Exhibiting Artists: Tylor Belshe, Skip Bethurum, Corina Cavaness, Cath Colwell, Wayne Gortmaker, Amber Hotzfeld, Marla Keown, Jeff Mallo, Joe McDonald and Darren Schultz
Tylor Belshe, Medusa

This unique exhibition is the culmination of CPAC’s Veterans Workshop Series, a four-month program of advanced photographic courses offered to Denver-area Veterans at no cost to them. Each project is intensely personal, reflecting each artist’s inspirations, life experiences, creativity, and point of view.

The 2017 Veterans Workshop Series was created by the Colorado Photographic Arts Center in partnership with two local veterans' organizations, the Art of War Project and Task Force ISO. Funding for this program was generously provided by the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, Denver Arts and Venues’ Imagine 2020 fund, and individual donors, with in-kind support from Reed Art & Imaging and Blurb.

Colorado Photographic Arts Center
1070 Bannock St
Denver, CO 80204


Martha Russo: circumvolo

Kimberlee Sullivan: Limnology

Goodwin Fine Art

November 3 - December 30, 2017

Martha Russo, lightness of being, 2017, (installation detail), porcelain slip, mixed media, metal, monofilament

Goodwin Fine Art
1255 Delaware Street
Denver CO 80204
Tue-Fri: 11-6; Sat: 11-5



K Contemporary

December 9 - 30, 2017

  • Featuring: LuCong, Monique Crine, Michael Dowling, Carlene Frances, Melissa Furness, Doug Kacena, Suchitra Mattai, Daisy Patton, Karen Roehl, Kevin Sloan, Nina Tichava, Goran Vejvoda, Sarah Winkler Scott Young, Mario Zoots
dpDaisy Patton - Untitled (Two Women), 80 x 60, Oil on Archival Print on Panel

K Contemporary is proud introduce our incredible stable of artists. For the month of December we invite you to visit our stunning, newly opened upper gallery and get acquainted with us.

K Contemporary
1412 Wazee St
Denver, CO 80202


Annual Group Show

Pirate: Contemporary Art

December 15 - 31, 2017

Featuring work by current members:

Nicole Banowetz, Justin Beard, Phil Bender, BUG, Brian Cavanaugh, Rebecca Cuming, Robert Green, Charles Livingston, Tsogo Mijid, Louis Recchia, Laura Phelps Rogers, Craig Robb, CU Denver Sculpture Club, Julie Jablonski, Eric Anderson, Vince Alfonso, Walter Barton, Scottie Burgess, Jonathan Dow, d1dn: Mango Katz / Kelly Brewer, Chrissy Espinoza, Judith Grey, Heather Kegel, Lisa Kerns, Maeve Leslie, Tiffany Matheson, Dominic Muttel, Kat Nechleba, Alicia Ordal, Noah Sodano, Korri Marshall

Pirate: Contemporary Art
7130 W 16th Ave
Lakewood, CO 80214


10th Annual Bibelot Show

Kanon Collective

December 1 - 31, 2017

bibelot composite
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Kanon’s Bibelot show, a celebration of small works of art (none of the pieces are more than 14 inches wide). This year’s show was juried by local artist Mark Howell and includes work from almost 40 local artists:

Adrienne De Loe, Angel Hawari, Austin Howlett, Beatrice Rudolph, Brian Nolan, Brooke Austin, Carmen Mayta, Cee Martinez, Daun Knight, David Lukens, David Reed, Dea Webb, Devin Ruiz, Eric Myles Jones, Grace Benavidez, Harrison Magby, Jamie Allison Karpo, Jamie Fritz, Jane Glotzer, Jen Herling, Jennifer Kingsland, Judy Chintala Todd, Juli Smith, Kay Payge, Lisa E. McKim, Lise Anthonissen, Liz Byrde, Lynn Mandziuk, Matthew Swisher, Megan Farlow, Melissa Van Deventer, Mike Roderique, Nis Canthus, Roger Rapp, Sam Hauser, Sarah Nix, Sharon Sadle, Susan Wechsler, and Sylvie Abecassis.

Please join us at one of the three receptions we will have this month for a chance to see a wide variety of affordable art from local artists. The show includes everything from paintings and prints to photography and 3D work. In addition, we will have small works and jewelry made by our member artists as well. It’s a great opportunity to support your local art community by shopping local this holiday season.

Kanon Collective
766 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204

Current and Upcoming Exhibits by Gallery:
Abend: 27th Annual Holiday Miniatures Show
Alto: s.legg
Artists on Santa Fe: 30th Annual Holiday Exhibition
Bitfactory: Some Assembly Required
BMoCA: 3 Fall Exhibits featuring Stephen Batura
CPAC: Internal Narratives
DAVA: Peace in the Universe
DBG: Whimsy
Depot: Holiday Express
Dikeou Pop-Up: SupaStore Human
DPL: Legacy
Goodwin: Martha Russo and Kimberlee Sullivan
Havu: Transmutations
K Contemporary: Introductions
Kanon: 10th Annual Bibelot Show
Lowbrow: Pintastic 2017
M. Romero: Women Empowerment
Market St. Station: The Fence
MCA: Saber Acomodar
MOA: Sculpture on the Green
Museo: Las (H)adas
Next: 2017 Holiday Show and Sale
Niza Knoll: Wax Stories 2
Pirate: 2017 Group Show
PlatteForum: Sarah Fukami
Plinth: Disquite
Sandra Phillips: Foodies
Space: The Best Of 2017
Sugarcube: Jim Beckner
Sync: Multiplicity 2017
Valkarie: Steve Austin: Nonlinear Realities
Visions West: It Came from the Super Volcano
Walker Fine Art: Infinite Layers
Zip 37: 2017 Members Show

[Call for Entries]

Art Gym Call for Entry: imPressed 2018
Call for Artwork: Open at Edge
Call for Entries: Colfax Avenue: Past, Present & Future
Call for Entries: Currents 2017
Call for Entries: The Printed Page III
Call for Entry: delecTABLE 2017 at the ASLD
Call for Exhibition: Museum of Boulder
Call for Student Artists: Greenwood Village Arts Sholarship
Dairy Arts Center 2019 Call for Entries

Call for Entries: The Printed Page III

Final submission deadline: Sunday January 7, 2018

  • The Printed Page III will be on view at various venues throughout the Denver metro area during Mo'Print (Month of Printmaking) Spring 2018
  • Selections will be made by Alicia Bailey, Director, Abecedarian Artists’ Books, Denver, Colorado
The Printed Page III is an international juried exhibition of contemporary artist book works featuring printmaking techniques. Eligible are any artist bookworks that utilize hands-on forms of printmaking. Included in this are relief, silkscreen, pochoir, intaglio, lithography, letterpress, monotypes and new technologies. Disallowed are photographic or offset litho books. Books may be editioned or unique, sculptural or more traditionally bound, interactive or passive. Books that measure more than 20 inches (closed) in any dimension are ineligible. Both wall and 3D work is acceptable.

The Printed Page III will be on view at multiple venues through out the Denver metro area in conjunction with and extending beyond Denver's Bi-Annual Mo'Print (Month of Printmaking) events.


Call for Artwork: Open at Edge

Open Show featuring artwork of any media

Drop-Off Dates: Tuesday, January 2, 5-7pm and Wednesday, January 3, 9-11am

  • $15 per entry; All presentable works will be shown
  • Unlimited number of entries, except artwork over 36” on any side will be limited to one per artist
  • Exhibition dates: January 5 - 28
  • Fleeting last glance and artwork pick up: Sunday, January 28, noon-5pm (no storage space available)
Edge Gallery
7001 W. Colfax
Lakewood, CO
Thu: 1-5pm, Fri: 1-9pm, Sat:12-5pm


Museum of Boulder: Call for Exhibition, Spring Showcase April 2018

Submission Deadline: Monday January 1, 2018

mob call
In partnership with a group of University of Colorado Boulder students and Boulder community members, the Museum of Boulder will curate and produce an art show highlighting student and local artists in April 2018 to coincide with CU's Conference on World Affairs.

We are looking for pieces that engage with or interpret one of the show themes (Sustainable Technology, Movement, Historical Ethics). And we are open to all manner of mediums and approaches - 2D, 3D, light, sound, etc. - share your craziest ideas with us! We are open to hosting your innovative installation, performance piece, or other work in dialogue with our community themes. Acceptances will be decided by a community-based committee and we hope to curate a thought-provoking show to inaugurate the new Museum space.


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