Chained Voices: DU Prison Arts Initiative
Curated by Shanna Shelby, with a statewide call to artists participating in the University of Denver’s Prison Arts Initiative, “Chained Voices” features art created by people currently incarcerated at a Denver jail or Colorado Department of Corrections' facility. Artworks featured in this exhibition (which highlights the themes of “Light Born from Darkness” and “Resiliency”) will be available for purchase and the proceeds will go directly to the artists.
In Sickness and In Health
Guest curated by Mary Grace Bernard and Genevieve Waller, this mixed media group show speaks to the intersection of disability and queer. The artists featured explore personal illness as it impacts femme, non-binary and queer bodies, as well as the institution and concept of marriage. Presented in conjunction with Pride month.
DCR Studios and DeMarcio: Creating the Glamour on Center Stage at Denver PRIDE
Fashion is for every body, and everybody’s different body. We all deserve the right to feel comfortable in our clothes. Fabric knows no gender beyond what we, as a society, apply to it. Each of us deserves to wear what makes us feel cute, sexy or strong… to feel our very best. This exhibit celebrates all of the forementioned, and the joy clothing brings to the Pride movement.