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The CU Art Museum will be the only Colorado stop on the first ever U.S. touring exhibition of Shakespeare's First Folio, the original collected edition of the Bard's plays.
Festival organizers expect the two-day event in August to bring as many as 35,000 visitors to the town, which some say does not have the infrastructure to support the crowds.
The four concerts feature music by Arvo Part, Meredith Monk, Philip Glass and Gyorgy Ligeti.
How much gold lamé does it take to inspire a funk flashback? A Colorado bluesman discovers it has to be at least enough to fill a disco-era TV screen.
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center is the latest in a fast-growing list of Colorado cultural institutions experimenting with marijuana industry partnerships.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the growing relationships between Colorado’s arts and pot industries and three fifth-graders preparing to sing with the National Honor Choir.
CPR Classical will carry four Colorado Symphony concerts this spring after the two organizations reached a new informal agreement that allows both to pursue other broadcast partnerships.
What to expect during Jean-Marie Zeitouni's first season as CMF's music director.
“I am extremely excited to be a part of, learn from and contribute to the DCPA’s next evolution as it connects artists and audiences together," Scott Shiller said.
The new album, "Entwined," features four pieces that veer between traditional sounds and contemporary classical.
'Big Fish' jumps from screen to stage and 'Project Runway' co-host Tim Gunn headlines the Goodwill En Vogue Fashion Show. For that and more, check out this week's Colorado Arts Roundup.
The fifth graders beat out more than 3,300 children from all over the country to make the cut.
Woodland Park City Council’s approval of 125-foot artwork includes installation of smartphone technology to connect visitors with the region’s past.
In 1925, Edith Lake Wilkinson was committed to an insane asylum, and her artwork was packed away in a trunk for 40 years. Now Danielle Ate the Sandwich is setting music to the story.