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This month: Design After Dark | Cut recap, MoM15 Sponsorships, a not to miss property from Jennifer Egbert Modern Luxury Real Estate, a New Zealand exhibition for artist Bill Snider, and a not-to-miss exhibition at BMoCAScroll down for info.

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Design After Dark | CUT Recap

The annual fundraiser for the Design Council of the Denver Art Museum was a sold out success at Bindery on Blake, February 6. With incredible displays from artists, architects, and design professionals, as well as cocktails, food and a silent auction, the packed house was truly an incredible display of Denver’s finest. For a recap of the evening, head over to the Design Council’s Facebook page.

Innovation and beauty should go hand-in-hand. Stunning design, ‘European Standard’ energy-efficiency, chemical-free interior, and completely automated from your mobile device are only a few of its key construction elements.  Statuary Marble, glass walls, luxury components throughout, incredible usable grounds with views that won’t quit.  Priced at $3,800,000.  Visit, or contact Jennifer Egbert directly for more information,


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Boulder-based artist Bill Snider decamped to New Zealand for the winter, showcasing recent work in his solo show “12” at KAAN ZAMAAN gallery in Kerikeri, Bay of Islands. Snider will be back in his Boulder studio in early May getting ready for a three-month show at Mercury in summer 2015. Visitor’s are also welcome at his studio and work can be viewed at


Shifting our gaze from the walls to the floor, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art’s new exhibition Substrate makes visible the surfaces and systems that guide how we interact with our surroundings. The seven site-responsive installations facilitate conversation about roles of the artist, museum, visitor, art, and architecture.

Encouraged to physically challenge the structure of the museum, the Substrate artists have created works that conceptually subvert the institutional framework as well. Taking different approaches, the artists have cut, covered, scraped, scratched, pushed, pulled, and transformed the floors. Their installations penetrate the museum’s surface, summon ghosts of our past, and peel back layers of history.

Substrate features work by Theresa Anderson, Adam Bateman, Graham Eschen & Aaron Miller-Rehm, Rosane Volchan O’Conor, Cheryl Pope, Robbie Rowlands, and Michael Theodore. For more info visit,

Below: Robbie Rowlands, if this light can hold, 2015, site-specific installation for BMoCA. Photo by Ascended Lens Visuals.