The documentary filmmaker receives the Wallace Stegner Award for his contributions to the West at CU Boulder on Oct. 2.
All Arts Stories
It’s been hard to ignore “National Velvet” since it was installed in 2008.
CU professor Marcia Douglas will be at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival in Boulder this weekend. Her latest book is "The Marvellous Equations Of The Dread: A Novel in Bass Riddim."
An all-female cast reenacts the exploits of explorer John Wesley Powell's 1869 expedition along the Colorado River.
Writer Elisa Gabbert recently penned a letter of recommendation for the recently returned section at the Denver Central Library.
Bill Nershi of the Boulder jam band spoke with Colorado Matters about his early musical career in Telluride, the lore behind the group's name and how he manages to perform for hours at a time.
The show highlights Rembrandt's skill at printmaking, a talent often overshadowed by his painting.
The Western Slope city has slowly amassed cultural assets, from the historic Avalon Theatre to new developments at Las Colonias Park.
Composer Benjamin Park felt exhausted during the 2016 election. He remembers the nonstop political coverage and the growing tension within the United States. He decided to write music that embodied the disconnect -- and addressed the division. Ben used portions of the melody from "America the Beautiful" to write a piece about the harsh political divide in our country. He also took inspiration from the majestic landscape of Boulder. You'll hear a recording of Benjamin Parks's "For Purple Mountains" in the CPR Performance Studio -- played by musicians from the Flatirons Chamber Music Festival -- on this episode of Centennial Sounds from CPR Classical and Colorado Public Radio.
A Shepard Fairey mural, some multi-colored gorillas and a crocheted monster named "Tina" all find homes on RiNo's walls and alleyways.
The play is put on by the nonprofit Athena Project, which incubates and exhibits art made by women.
In "Depth of Winter," Sheriff Walt Longmire travels to the Chihuahuan desert of Northern Mexico to rescue his daughter from a cartel.
The play runs from Sept. 1 through Oct. 13 at the downtown Denver, social justice-focused theater.
There were several all-black towns in Oklahoma in 1906, home to 137,000 African-Americans.
The Denver-born comedian just recorded his first stand-up album at the Bug Theater, and will perform at the High Plains Comedy Festival.