Denver's Independent Comics & Art Expo

The artist-centric event, Denver's Independent Comics & Art Expo (DiNK), is a celebration of independent artists, writers, creators, zine makers and publishers, and will be taking over all three floors of the McNichols Civic Center Building April 14 & 15, 2018. The event is comprised of entertainment, panel discussions, craft sessions, adult coloring, art auctions, comedy shows and the Mountain-West's first Comic and Art Awards ceremony 'The DINKy's.' This year, Dink Denver welcomes screen actor, creator and writer John Leguizamo of HBO series Ghetto Klown. Fans will get to meet Leguizamo through a series of meet & greet opportunities, panel discussions and even selfie sessions!

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"Sophisticated yet never dull, DiNK sources talent that has both wit and grit, with topics ranging from social justice to the antisocial and everything in between." More than art, displayed works include published books, manuscripts, zines, paintings and graphic novels. DINK provides an outlet for a talented cast of independent artists, creators, urban and tattoo artists, zine creators and graphic novelists to showcase their work for two days in the Mile High City each representing the counter-culture and the independent spirit of art in its many languages and styles. 

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Loaded with late night and adult programming, cocktails, and two complete days of activities, DINK prides itself in providing a vessel for fans to converse and imbibe with the art creators in a unique, intimate environment. Free admission for ages 17 ans under. For adult 2-day passes, VIP upgrades and additional experiential ticketing opportunities check out

Lifestyle | Music & Art Pioneers Come Together For A Collaborative Gallery Opening Red Bull House of Art Synesthesia

The Red Bull House of Art Synesthesia Galleries are a celebration of multidisciplinary artists in Denver whose creative sensibilities have led them to express themselves through fine art.  We are bringing together visual artists and the musicians who inspire them.  Each visual artist will present their original works and the musicians will perform live in an immersive, abstract experience that brings the creative process full-circle.  

In Denver, the intersection of art and music will take place on Thursday, November 12th with a curated roster of 6 local, visionary artists and 6 local, live performances.  Hosted at Exdo, 1399 35th Street, the innovative gallery space is set to unveil the exclusive works of Jon Strieby, Thomas Evans, Jaime Molina, Matt Alberts, Andrew Hoffman & Jesse Frazier.  This is the first time these works have been exhibited in public. 

The public gallery opening is Friday, November 12th from 8pm-12am. Unlike most gallery shows, Synesthesia will feature each artist creating live during the event.  The first exhibition kicks off at 8pm.  It is free & open to those 21 and older.  For up-to-date information about Red Bull House of Art Synesthesia, visit or

It is curated by Pedro Barrios and will host the talented:

JON STRIEBY - Jack-of-all-trades, but master of none. @striebeast

THOMAS EVANS - My current art focus is all about connecting music and fine arts through traditional methods and technology. @IamDetour303

JAIME MOLINA - Began at a very early age and continues to draw epic battles, houses, people and animals on paper and walls across the globe. @cuttyup

MATT ALBERTS - I want to make pictures that you can brag about that also make your friends and family laugh and cry. The Lifers Project

ANDREW HOFFMAN - I’m Andrew. I’m an artist, illustrator, designer and teacher.

JESSE FRAZIER - Raised on a steady diet of horror movies, comic books and ROCK N’ ROLL, Jesse Frazier is a one-man pop art blitzkrieg. @faimworldwide