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'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.
Quentin Tarantino's blockbuster movie shoot continues to boost Telluride's economy, as evidenced by Telluride Tire's record sales.
The Colorado College senior organized talks and screenings to explore censorship and inequality within the film industry.
For the first time ever, a Colorado music festival received the “Music Festival of the Year” recognition at the Pollstar Concert Industry Awards in Nashville.
Auteur Andrey Zvyagintsev explains how he took a a 2004 news story from Granby and made it into his movie, set in small-town Russia.
The Denver street artist turned to more than 40 creatives to help turn Westword’s annual event on its head and bring the focus back to the art.
SeriesFest will screen 20 to 40 television pilots and other content from around the world at Red Rocks and the Sie Film Center during a four-day festival in June.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores a Denver author’s book about South Africa’s plight to overcome racial conflict and the rise of Colorado’s hippie culture through music.
'Artopia' kicks off in a few days too, along with a new performance by the Colorado Ballet. For that and more, check out this week's Colorado Arts Roundup.
A look at the assembly of an unusual keyboard instrument.
A racist video made by white students at a South African university that went viral in 2008 is the impetus for journalist Donna Bryson’s debut book, “It’s a Black White Thing.”