Snakes on a Train. The 18-Year-Old Virgin. Titanic II: The classics you never realized were missing from your video collection. The Asylum, a slightly offbeat film production company, has been creating low-budget knockoffs since 1997. In an artistic interpretation of those flicks, highly regarded screen printers are creating posters based on classic Asylum titles.
Discover Edgar Degas far removed from his famous ballerina paintings. Displaying a more diverse selection of this impressionist’s portfolio, the exhibit includes sketches of friends and family, along with early drawings and self-portraits. Pieces from Paul Cézanne and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec round out the show. Tue-Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Peek inside Dr. Seuss' legendary secret hat closet. Like the cartoon characters of his fanciful tales, the whimsical collection into the hundreds is not limited to the trademark tall, striped, brimmed hat. Theodor Seuss Geisel's medley of head coverings has some with feathers, some with bows, some patterned, but none plain.
Heidi Jung has come full circle. She began her career at Arvada’s Jefferson High School in 1989—now, she returns to the city as a thriving professional artist. Jung's natural-looking works, framed in black and white, are created with ink, charcoal, and acrylics.
Let your wild side loose at this multimedia exhibit focusing on the natural world around us. Artists Jean Albus and Norman Broomhall (a Colorado native) take viewers on a journey through trees, deserts, and river valleys with their photographs and sculptures.
Step into their world as this group of artists reveals how they each view the way they inhabit of their own environments. The geography-themed exhibition—a graduate thesis project completed by four CU Boulder students—explores elements of nature and the way various aspects of earth interact.
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