Lee's documentation of an Asian-American anti-racism protest.

(Photo: Courtesy of Corky Lee)

Corky Lee, "Asian American Activism"
March 5 - 17
Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora
An exhibition of New York photographer Corky Lee's works charting his 40 years of documenting the politics and humanity of Asian-American communities. The "undisputed unofficial Asian-American laureate" will give presentations about his work on March 6-7.

Denver Chorale, "Cabaret 2014"
March 8, 6 p.m.
Mercury Cafe, Denver

A dinner and cabaret by one of Denver's liveliest choral ensembles featuring show tunes, jazz standards and other entertaining vocal fare along with raffle prizes and an organic buffet from the Mercury Cafe.

The Catamounts, "There Is A Happiness That Morning Is"
March 7-30
Dairy Center for the Arts, Boulder

The Catamounts present a comedy in rhyming verse by Mickle Maher that unfolds via the lectures of two lovers on the poetry of William Blake.

 "Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary," directed by Guy Maddin

(Photo: Courtesy of Guy Maddin)

"10th Annual Brakhage Symposium 2014"
March 6-8
University of Colorado, Boulder

CU-Boulder’s Brakhage Center presents its annual homage to the great Colorado-based experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage with a series of lectures and screenings dedicated to the work of renowned director Guy Maddin.

"The 31st Annual Monte Vista Crane Festival"
March 7-9
Various locations, Monte Vista

Three days of food, lectures and bird-watching as the sandhill cranes touch down in Monte Vista during their annual migration north.