Denver has grown and expanded culturally, and with that comes a potential risk of smothering what came before. The upside is that we’re able to attract talent from all over to contribute to the art scene. The potential downside is that we risk creating a culture of exclusion. As we grow, literally and figuratively, it’s imperative that we collectively keep an open mind. It’s important to us to not be a creative community that isolates itself, but be a welcomed part of the existing community.
Anh Phan & Nick Hinckley
Tuesday – Friday: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sunday – Monday: Closed
in the press
“In the heart of Five Points, Denver's Historic black neighborhood, spaces and faces have been changing rapidly over the past decade. While art galleries have blossomed in nearby RiNo, Welton Street has been slower to develop — at least when it comes to new arts organizations.
No longer... Enter Rare Tempo.
The gallery, opened by Denver creatives, entrepreneurs and partners Anh Phan and Nick Hinckley, aims to be a "chameleon-like space." Its goal: "People from different backgrounds, income levels and artistic styles all contribute to the diversity of the conversation, and therefore the diversity of art and creativity."”Erica Pratherwestword.com