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The Jonathan Merage Foundation Partners with ...

Oct 17 2017

The Jonathan Merage Foundation proudly sponsored the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. The event took place in Denver from October 5th-15th and featured the housing designs of 11 collegiate teams. The sponsorship supported the collegiate teams who participated in the housing competition, challenging each DOE Solar Decathlon team to design and build a full-sized, […]

What’s Happening: Black Cube

Oct 12 2017

A group of this year’s Black Cube Artist Fellows, the Institute for New Feeling (IfNf), completed an interesting yet thought-provoking project called Avalanche. The artist collective, formed by Scott Andrew, Agnes Bolt, and Nina Sarnelle, explored the myths of “enhanced” bottled water. The performance, which took place at the Denver Wastewater Building, was a pyramid […]

Black Cube featured in 303 Magazine

Aug 23 2017

This past Saturday, Black Cube hosted the first exhibition of a three part series, Drive-In: Personal Space. Co-curators Ruth Anne Bruno and Cortney Lane Stell, Executive Director + Chief Curator of Black Cube, presented the works of 13 Denver-based artists: Amber Cobb, Graham Eschen, Tobias Fike, Kate Gonda, Caleb Hahne, Lucas McMahon, Dmitri Obergfell, Zach […]

The Jonathan Merage Foundation Continues Part...

Aug 14 2017

The Jonathan Merage Foundation and the University of Hawaii’s School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology are expanding their existing partnership to include a new three-year project. This project aims at improving severe weather forecasting and warning lead-times for thunderstorms that occur over northeastern Colorado, also known as the Front Range. The existing partnership […]