The Bright Lights of Denver and Don Quixote de Auraria chosen from 39 submissions representing 82 Colorado artists DCPA Off-Center is pleased to announce not one, but two projects have been selected as part of its Powered By Off-Center program. The Bright Lights of Denver, created by Kenny Moten and Jessica Hindsley, will receive a […]
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Stephen Lindsay & Brett Sirota and Andrew Kay Management in partnership with Grande Experiences present Van Gogh Alive, a large-scale, multi-sensory experience to entertain the whole family. For a limited time only — July 9 through September 26 in The Hangar at Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace — audiences have the unique […]
If you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering what all the hubbub about Mixed Taste is. Well, never fear! We’re here to give a basic overview so that you can experience the magic, too.
DCPA Off-Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver are once again breaking the mold. Following a popular online summer series, the partners will present Mixed Taste: Still At Home, a miniseries of its popular lectures to online audiences — Feb 17, Feb 24, and Mar 3.
Earlier this week, PHI Studio, Legendary Entertainment, and Emerson Collective announced an ongoing partnership to take acclaimed director Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s virtual reality exhibition CARNE y ARENA (Virtually present, Physically invisible) on a multi-year, international tour, set to debut in Aurora, Colorado.
Popular immersive experience will now feature both mail delivery and gamified virtual content with activities for all ages.
People say “all good things must come to an end,” and that is true for Mixed Taste: At Home, the virtual rendition of our annual summer lecture series, co-produced with MCA Denver. Mixed Taste brings two unlikely topics together for one unexpected (and very fun) evening. We closed things out this year not with a […]
The penultimate episode of our virtual summer lecture series took us on a trip to the American South and (extreme) northern Europe last week when we learned all about roadside church signs and hip hop music in Iceland.
Missed the livestream? No sweat. You can still watch the whole thing on our YouTube channel.
Charlie Miller has been working with the DCPA for more than 12 years. Originally hired as a “Multimedia Specialist,” Miller has been involved in numerous projects and is currently working with the Artistic Department as the Off-Center Curator.
Our virtual summer lecture series got a little trippy and very creepy (in a good way) last week when we learned all about Augmented Reality and The Cult of the Dead.