Clyfford Still Museum archivist Jessie de la Cruz and photographer Sigri Strand put their heads together to create Arthyve, a nonprofit with the goal of...
Wikipedia, which bills itself as the "free encyclopedia that anyone can edit", is primarily edited by men. An entry on the website says they make up 90 percent of its volunteer editors.
Graduates and faculty members of the Morgridge College of Education teamed with the Denver Public Library on an extracurricular activity at the Leon Gallery – hosting an Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-
Looking for art this weekend? Here are our picks.
Eight artists created new works inspired by archives at places like Denver's Clyfford Still Museum and Boulder's Maria Rogers Oral History Program.
This weekend’s art events get down to the nitty-gritty of the gallery world, with fundraisers, Halloween themes, new ideas and solid exhibits, not to mention an opportunity to poke your toe into the w
Artists like Esther Hz are the shamanic angels our era desperately needs.
You have a lot of options for where to direct your charity on Dec. 5. Here are six you should consider.
Two Roadrunner grads are on a mission to preserve our other natural resources: community stories.
Summer parties and elegant receptions — they’re all within reach whether you’re an artist or just a fan of them. Mix it up this week at these six events and openings.
Denver Arts & Venues and the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs have announced the recipients of the 2017 IMAGINE 2020 fund, a city grant that gives up to $5,000 for new cultural programs.
A photographer and former member at Pirate: Contemporary Art, community-builder Sigri Strand is now throwing her energy in to launching Arthyve, a new crowd-sourced arts archive, in collaboration with
The First Friday of August brings new sights and sounds to art districts all over Denver and beyond. Where will you end up? We have some suggestions.
Jessie de la Cruz is a schooled archivist, and she plies that rarest of trades professionally at the Clyfford Still Museum, where she keeps the institution’s vast archives, library and digital collect
In our overgrown city, many Denver artists feel underappreciated. But if Jessie de la Cruz and Sigri Strand have their way, their joint project, Arthyve, will offer support to our struggling-yet-united artists community...
The new, nonprofit ArtHyve wants to preserve the work of the city's present-day artists for years to come, working across disciplines and without the traditional gatekeepers who decide what gets saved