The Next Stage Gallery, located in the Arts Complex, directly across from the Buell, has reopened with a grand immersive exhibition: Through the Looking Glass. The space has been transformed into a visual delight that is appropriate for all-ages and features the incredible artistry of Chris Bagley, Bill Nelson, Ashley Boucher, Tori Davis, and the students of Professor Melissa Furness of the College of Arts and Media with the University of Colorado Denver. This exhibition is free and open to the public. Please check our website for hours and directions. Visit www.nextstagecu.org/ for more details.
Visit K Contemporary Art at 1412 Wazee St. in Denver for the “Zona Rosa” exhibition that will feature more than a dozen large-scale paintings. “Zona Rosa” (Rose Zone) was the term created by the Mexican artist and journalist Jose Luis Cuevas in the 1950s, to refer to, in an ironic way, a red zone in the center of a Mexican colony. It was a zone of tolerance, of “low life” bars, of sex, of options–a place where artists and politicians could coincide,” said Ricardo Rios. “The appropriation of this term is totally conscious. Visit https://bit.ly/3CmI5tq for additional information.