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Categories: Art, Editorials, Ethics, Film, Health, Science, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on Art, (in)visibility, and Ebola

“What are the consequences of a digitally-created society in the psyche of the global community?” By Leigh E. Rich, Michael A. Ashby, and David M. Shaw [V]isibility is central to the shaping of political, medical, and socioeconomic decisions. Who will be treated—how and where—are the central questions whose answers are often entwined with issues of […]

Categories: Art, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on Honoring an American icon

Center for Visual Arts depicts best of Stieglitz By Leigh E. Rich He was to photography what Samuel Clemens was to literature, Samuel Barber was to music and Frank Lloyd Wright was to architecture. There is no doubt Alfred Stieglitz embodied the modern 20th-century America he helped create and capture on the photogravure plate. And […]

Categories: Art, Ethics, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on Doing the right thing

DAM set to return Nazi-looted painting By Leigh E. Rich A painting in the Denver Art Museum’s collection since 1961 has been confirmed recently as part of the assets of a Holocaust survivor, who was forced to sell it in a Nazi-collaborated art sale before WW II. The museum is in the process of returning […]

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An institution of conscience By Leigh E. Rich The Denver Art Museum, in a small but significant way, is making amends for the crimes of the Nazis before and during WW II. The museum’s staff and board of trustees are in the process of routing through various committees the return of a painting in its […]

Categories: Art, People, Theater, Utrinque Paratus | Comments Off on Motion energizes play’s pointed performance

Artistry and science meld in ‘Sunday in the Park with George’ By Leigh E. Rich Although over a decade old, Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Sunday in the Park with George” is still a celebration of pure color and light, and the Arizona Repertory Theatre’s rendition of it is dominated by a strong, gifted cast […]