There is a lot to love about working in RiNo, but hands down one of, if not the best thing, is the community of artists that surrounds us.
Starting February 21 and running through March 2, the RiNo Arts District in coordination with the Denver Film Commission, is running a new interactive outdoor film festival called Side Stories.
Ten artists from Denver will be projecting their work on buildings found in RiNo, and local restaurants and breweries will be providing specials for the folks who come out and see then.
We’re excited to announce that Postmodern will be one of the 10 artists, and while we can’t go too far into our concept at this point, we can let you know where we’ll be, which we think is going to be awesome.
Our location is the smoke stacks near the Ice House at 33rd and Larimer, and we will be projecting on almost the entire stacks. We shoot next week, and the crew is hard at work to find a way to make it all happen, so when things come together and we can say more we definitely will.
Until then, make plans to come down and enjoy the other nine artists that will be participating in the event. I’m not sure what else is in store, but I’m sure there will be some beer and food specials as you walk from locations.
For more information, and a map of where the exhibits will be, check out Side Stories website.