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TEMPLE TATTLE – Today’s Trash

TEMPLE TATTLE – Today’s Trash

TODAY’S TRASH – Tuesday, May 1 at 6:30 p.m. Featuring Temple Artist Dylan Scholinski with Megan Lane, Recycling Program Administrator for the Solid Waste Management/Public Works Department of the City and County of Denver Artist and activist Dylan Scholinski has dedicated every day of his life for the past eight years to creating one artwork…

TEMPLE TATTLE – Generating Gender

TEMPLE TATTLE – Generating Gender

GENERATING GENDER – Tuesday, April 10 at 6:30 p.m. Featuring Temple Artist Drew Austin and Queer/Trans Political Operative Jack Teter Beginning the evening of April 9th, Temple Artist Drew Austin will live-stream* the creation of a mural in PlatteForum’s gallery. Using his improvisational style of mark-making, Austin’s piece will also focus on concepts of masculinity…

2018/2019 RESIDENT ARTIST CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

2018/2019 RESIDENT ARTIST CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

We are now accepting applications for the 2018/2019 residency season. The Artist Residency program is open to artists in all genres, in any stage of their career. We encourage local, national, and international artists to apply. Click here for more information and to apply. Residencies at PlatteForum are competitive with over 100 applications and only five slots awarded each year….

ArtLab intern Applications NOW OPEN! Apply now for Fall 2018

ArtLab intern Applications NOW OPEN! Apply now for Fall 2018

Are you a high school freshman or sophomore looking for a creative opportunity in the arts? Applications for PlatteForum’s ArtLab are now open! CLICK HERE FOR APPLICATION Application and References Due no later than: 5 pm, Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 Interviews Begin: week of May 7th, 2018 Selected new ArtLab interns will be announced no later than Friday, May 25th,…

TEMPLE TATTLE – THE MEOWING NUNS

TEMPLE TATTLE – THE MEOWING NUNS

THE MEOWING NUNS – Tuesday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m. Featuring Temple Artist Theresa Anderson and Miguel De La Torre, Professor of Social Ethics and Latina Studies at the Iliff School of Theology In 17th Century France, there is a recorded case of nuns who, having experienced abuse in the convent, one-by-one went out to…

Celebrate 15 Years of PlatteForum! Please join PlatteForum for three unbelievable events in honor of our 15-year anniversary

Celebrate 15 Years of PlatteForum! Please join PlatteForum for three unbelievable events in honor of our 15-year anniversary

 un RULY exhibition An invitational exhibition celebrating fifteen years of artists at PlatteForum. Selected by PlatteForum Founder, Judy Anderson and Artistic Director, Rebecca Vaughan. March 15 – April 7, 2018 Opening reception: March 15 at 6:00PM Gallery hours for un RULY exhibition, March 16th-April 7th, 2018: Tuesdays-Fridays noon-6pm Saturdays 1-5pm CLOSED: Saturday, March 24th (join us at the March…

TEMPLE TATTLE – NOT THE WEED STORY YOU THINK IT IS: Foragers and Activists

TEMPLE TATTLE – NOT THE WEED STORY YOU THINK IT IS: Foragers and Activists

NOT THE WEED STORY YOU THINK IT IS: Foragers and Activists 6:30pm, Tuesday February 27 Temple Artist Viviane Le Courtois and Kate Armstrong, The Weed Lady. Join us for an evening with Temple Artist Viviane Le Courtois, who will present on her long history of offering a new look on food and sustainable lifestyles through…

CALL FOR LEAD ARTIST to Teach Fundamental Drawing to ArtLab Interns

CALL FOR LEAD ARTIST to Teach Fundamental Drawing to ArtLab Interns

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS | Deadline: 9:00am, Tuesday, February 13, 2018 PlatteForum is currently accepting proposals for a Lead Artist to mentor PlatteForum’s ArtLab interns through conversations and responses to some of the most pressing social issues in Denver communities, nationally, and beyond. The chosen Lead Artist(s) will work with approx. 16 high school ArtLab interns…

PlatteForum Launches Temple Tattle! Sounds of Revolution with Detour & Panama Soweto

PlatteForum Launches Temple Tattle! Sounds of Revolution with Detour & Panama Soweto

Join us for the first in a series called Temple Tattle, an evening with Temple Resident Artist Thomas Evans (DETOUR) and local poet Panama Soweto. Turning fruit and paintings into musical instruments, while performing the spoken word – this presentation will be a hybrid of storytelling and interactive audience participation. Temple Artist Thomas Evans (DETOUR)…

PlatteForum Announces the Recipient of the Judy Anderson Founders Award

PlatteForum Announces the Recipient of the Judy Anderson Founders Award

PlatteForum is pleased to announce the inaugural recipient of the first-annual Judy Anderson Founders Award. Denver artist, Andrea Moore will be presented with the award and cash gift at a private reception in her honor on September 13, 2017. Ms. Moore has engaged with PlatteForum over the years in many roles as a former Resident…

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