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Boulder’s Louie Psihoyos, who made “The Cove,” is debuting a new film "Racing Extinction" at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs through Sunday.
CPR’s Arts Bureau joined the governor at the Capitol to ask how he plans to maintain Colorado’s cultural momentum as he begins his second term.
Award-winning Colorado-based authors Lisa Jones, Peter Heller and Helen Thorpe discuss some of their favorite authors from the Indian subcontinent.
In her memoir "Rusch to Glory," the endurance racer and four-time Leadville 100 winner recounts her most memorable adventures.
A judge previously found no evidence federal officials failed to comply with environmental laws in approving the project.
Journalist-turned-dramatist Rick Padden’s play “Beets” is based on the real-life events that transpired at Berthoud sugar beet farms during World War II.
As part of our Colorado Matters at the Tattered series, she speaks about blending elements of a traditional whodunit with her expertise on Bosnian war crimes.
The visual artist and former DEVO band member plans to choose several of Still's abstract artworks and compose musical pieces to go with them.
John Hickenlooper's efforts to advance the arts in Colorado were recognized at U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington D.C. on Friday.
Denver's annual Kohaku Uta Gassen contest pits two teams of men and women vocalists against each other. But these days, there's more to the event than a sing-off.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau profiles Daniel Junge as he prepares for his Sundance Film Festival debut and looks at a reality TV-inspired grantmaking program.
Ken Singleton on Ives the composer and the new production at the Curious Theatre in Denver.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a biennial celebration of fine art photography in Denver and a food, cocktail and performance event from The Catamounts in Longmont.
Inspired by ABC’s “Shark Tank,” the Denver Foundation hears pitches from six cultural organizations before a live audience.
Documentarian Daniel Junge’s new film “Being Evel” marks a departure for the director, whose past work has tended to focus on social and political issues.