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Thursday, August 27,2015

Arts | Week of Aug. 27, 2015

Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..
Thursday, August 20,2015

Arts | Week of August 20, 2015

Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..
Thursday, August 13,2015

Arts | Week of August 13, 2015

Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..
Thursday, August 6,2015

Arts | Week of August 6, 2015

Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..
Thursday, August 6,2015

Blurred Lines

Conscious and unconscious: interpretations of reality at the Arvada Center’s Summer Exhibition

By Sam Routhier
Tower of Babel,” an oil painting by Denverbased artist CT Nelson, looks like a nightmare brought to life. A tower of dizzying height reaches into a dark sky and appears to whirl at a frenzied pace from a machine, an image Nelson says was inspired by a World War I era jet engine.
Thursday, July 30,2015

Arts | Week of July 30, 2015

Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..
Thursday, July 23,2015

Arts | Week of July 23, 2015

Art, 1750 13th St., Boulder, 303-443-2122. Through September 13..
Thursday, July 23,2015

Awakening a lifetime

Access Art tours at BMoCA use art to open conversations with people with Alzheimer’s and dementia

By Elizabeth Miller
It’s a warm spring day when John, dressed in a red plaid shirt with notes peeking out of the breast pocket, the first few scrawled pencil lines of which read yesterday’s date and “7:49 a, wind blowing from the west very hard,” and tan corduroys that sag in the seat, pauses on the sidewalk in front of the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. He looks up at the sign over the entrance, then down at the door, up again to the sign, then his hand reaches for the door.
Thursday, July 16,2015

Arts | Week of July 16, 2015

Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..
Thursday, July 16,2015

High aspirations

How Ansel Adams’ Photos Made America a better place

By Natalia Bayona
If it doesn’t meet my standards, tear them up,” Ansel Adams tells his chief assistant Mary Alinder. It’s 1979, and Alinder sits at a table with a stack of 22 prints of “Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico” in Adams’ photography studio in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California and begins to seek out the photographic qualities that merit Adams’ approval. But by the time lunch was called, she hadn’t trashed one.
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