The record is based on the legend of Rattlesnake Kate, a Greeley woman who allegedly killed 140 rattlesnakes in 1925.
All Arts Stories
The Denver music festival, which pulled massive crowds during its inaugural weekend last summer, announced Friday it is taking a hiatus.
“Natura Obscura” opens at the Museum of Outdoor Arts in Englewood Jan. 11 - April 28, 2019.
The group kicks off its 30th anniversary season on Friday with an original work called “Morph Masters.” It speaks to the skills you gain from a disability.
Austrian-born artist Herbert Bayer fully realized his belief in the Bauhaus’ total design principle while he lived in Aspen.
Sometimes she’ll buy a pinhole camera, but she much prefers to make her own because the object inspires what she photographs.
The "Every Word We Utter" monument would feature women’s rights activists Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Sojourner Truth, Alice Paul and Ida B. Wells.
Terry Nash is an award-winning cowboy poet who draws from his own experience as a rancher on the Western Slope.
At the end of December, the school established in the early 1950s will shut its doors.
The then-unknown British band was the opener at Denver's Auditorium Arena on Dec. 26, 1968.
The show features poems and prose written on, for and about typewriters. The public can participate by typing up their own work on an antiquated mechanical contraption.
The singer and co-founder of hip-hop band Air Dubai will move to London in 2019 to become an international touring artist.
A new book focuses on the work of visual artist and musician Roy L. Smith, known to many as “Ramblin’ Roy.”
Lisa Siciliano was the house photographer at Red Rocks Amphitheatre for 10 years.
A New York Times article covering the rise of such advance warnings at theaters nationwide highlighted the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.