Art Exhibitions and Gallery Openings: Things to Do Denver June 23-29, 2021
Go out this weekend to see fine art, art films, multimedia art, art music, and all other types of art. It’s there for viewing.
Eileen Roscina, Like tears washed away by the rain
Old Masonic Hall Gallery, Front Hall, 136 South Main Street, Breckenridge
Until July 12
The beautiful installation of Eileen Roscina, Like tears washed away by the rain, open in early June in Breckenridge, but as summer events accelerate in the mountain ski town, you still have time to see it before it closes on July 12. The artwork honors both the vital aura of growing a garden and the life and personal experiences lost during the pandemic, using an array of pressed flowers, willow branches, mirrors and visual effects. If you are in Breck, too discover the sculptures of Joshua Ware completed during a residency at the Tin Shop, 117 Washington Street, on view through June 29.
Hope: a solo exhibition of new works by Koko Bayer
Sally Centigrade, 445 South Saulsbury Street, Belmar, Lakewood
June 24 to July 30
Vernissage: Thursday, June 24, 6 to 9 p.m.
Wheat dough artist Koko Bayer spread hope throughout the metro area, leaving his signature Pink Lemonade Hearts on brick walls, gallery banners, shop windows, dumpsters and other prime surfaces. for more than a year. But Bayer will launch its brand of hope in relative miniature, rendered on stickers, tabletop sculptures and small concrete TVs sized to be easily transported, for its solo exhibition at Sally Centigrade.
Jennifer Ghormley, Escape: The Adventures of Oscar and Olivia
Mark Stokesbury, new and old works: the good, the rad and the ugly
Niza Knoll Gallery, 915 Santa Fe Drive
June 24 to July 31
Vernissage: Friday July 16, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Niza Knoll Gallery continues to feature artists from the Mix Co-op, which normally coexists with the gallery at the back of the house, this time ceding wall space to Jennifer Ghormley and Mark Stokesbury. Ghormley, generally known as an engraver, spans mixed media for a body of storytelling work with a sweet pair of anthropomorphic kittens, fitting in nicely with Stokesbury’s glimpses of an in-progress children’s book.
My fence project
In the aisle, dairy block, 1850 Wazee Street
Thursday, June 24, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Dairy Block invites pride celebrants to come and attend several events, including this free community art project facilitated by Inside Her Studio. It is a piece of reflection on finding ways to connect and understand each other by writing personal descriptions and drawing pictures on white fence posts. What’s your idea?
Collective insult, Give them a taste 3
Lawn of the Clyfford Still Museum, 1250 Bannock Street
Friday June 25, 9 p.m.
Donation of $ 10; no one will be refused
The Collective Misnomer experimental film series returns in person – or stays online, if that’s your bag – with Make taste 3, its first program in 2021, screened outdoors near the Clyfford Still Museum. The show’s material defies categorization, so anything goes, and you can view it however you see fit – sitting on the museum lawn after dark (the thirty-minute sequence will run twice, starting at 9 p.m. hours), or virtually, where the program will hang for a week to free viewing on the website of the Misnomer collective.
Avifauna album release and immersive artistic performance
Walker Fine Art, 300 West 11th Avenue
Friday June 25 from 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Free, limited places, register in advance on Eventbrite
Artist-to-artist discussions about tension and liberation
Saturday June 26 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Artist-musicians Mark Howell and Meagen Svendsen not only play in the band Avifauna, but they are also stable mates at Walker Fine Art. They will mix media – art and music – with the rest of the group on Saturday for an album release event celebrating Avifauna’s atmospheric new record, We continue, which includes a multimedia art installation. We called it an âeventâ. I guess that’s still the caseâ¦.
Next Gallery, Art Hub, 6851 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood
June 25 to July 11
Vernissage: Friday June 25, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Next Gallery has cleared all its walls for Escape, a national juryed exhibition showcasing works that reflect on moving away from it, all by 43 artists in a variety of media.
Art festival there 2021
Globeville Riverfront Art Center (GRACe), 888 East 50th Avenue
Saturday June 26 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
More than seventy GRACe artists and creative companies are delighted to invite the public again for the establishment’s friendly and traditional open studio event which was canceled like everything else during a difficult 2020 . Visit and chat with the artists in their spaces, check out a gallery exhibit, watch art demonstrations, and enjoy live music and food-truck fare into the evening. Some of these artists have been sharing hospitality with visitors since they first gathered at the old Wazee Union, and we’re happy that artist communities like this are still here. Happy to see you again!
Jullian Young, Entangled // Incarnate
LÃ©on Gallery, 1112 East 17th Avenue
June 26 to July 2
Vernissage: Saturday, June 26, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Jullian Young, MFA student in DU’s Emergent Digital Practices program, has chosen a special location for her MFA exhibition: the Leon Gallery, known for its openness, openness, friendship for artists and, most importantly, his non-profit organization. Young’s multimedia installation mixing digitally manufactured ceramics, video mapping projection, animation and other interactive media will amaze you while commenting on the clash between nature and human progress.
Visit of the salon in LÃ©on from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday June 27 and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Wednesday to Friday June 30 to July 2 (or by appointment on Monday June 28 and Tuesday June 29; email [emailÂ protected]).
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