The effort to keep the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District in place already has more money than it did the last time it was on the ballot.
All Arts Stories
A look behind the scenes as the new production makes its debut.
The poet discusses how he chose the words for the opera adapted from Nathaniel Hawthorne's novel, which receives its professional debut by Opera Colorado Saturday.
Chaney stars in "The Phantom of the Opera" and "The Unholy Three," both of which screen at the Denver Silent Film Festival this weekend.
After more than 30 years of operating in Denver, Video One's recent push to become a non-profit organization has fallen short.
The band from Fort Collins worked with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame to make "Just Crazy Enough"
In a new memoir, Juan Thompson grapples with his tumultuous childhood, his conflicted feelings toward his father, and their eventual reconciliation.
The Kirkland's collection isn't limited to just the works of its namesake. It also includes 40,000 pieces of fine and decorative art.
Following the release of "The Hateful Eight," Colorado legislators have approved another $3 million in film incentives for the next fiscal year.
Tim Kimmel is responsible for all of what you hear on "Game of Thrones" -- except for the music.
The Denver hip hop group is organizing events for people to participate in the production process and raise their voices in songs of social protest.
Mascot Debate Draws Students, American Indians Together, Colorado Marijuana Could Set Example For Colombia, Denver Band DeVotchKa Tackles 'Sweeney Todd'
When people in Strasburg, Colorado began to debate whether their high school mascot's name, the Indians, was offensive, they brought in the Northern Arapaho tribe to help decide. Then, Colombia's former drug czar wonders whether Colorado pot legalization is an example for his country. And, Denver band DeVotchKa reimagines "Sweeney Todd."
Bandmates Tom Hagerman and Shawn King discuss their musical approach to Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award winning musical about revenge and murder.
Kathleen Fagre's piece 'O Unico Amore' is set for two performances this month.