The DIY community helped draw the formerly DIY, now profitable Meow Wolf to Denver. But as the city celebrates, those artists feel jilted.
Denver artists will get more time to bring their spaces into compliance, but what they really need is money
Denver City Council voted 12-0 to approve a first-of-its-kind "safe occupancy" program to preserve DIY art spaces, but concerns remain.
Though he lives in Brooklyn now, Rhinoceropolis is a place that he still calls home, and he explained its importance to Denverite.
According to records of fire department inspections at Rhino and Glob over the past five years, every inspection ended with no violations. Except one.
What DIY spaces like Denver’s Rhinoceropolis and Glob do that others don’t — and what their options are now
DIY art communities around the country have a problem, and so do the cities now scrambling to identify them and prevent another Ghost Ship fire.
Long before an inspection pushed artists out of Denver's oldest and dearest DIY spot, it was threatened by encroaching development.
Denver Fire has released a list of the violations that inspectors found at DIY space Rhinoceropolis.
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