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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.
Two of the suspects allegedly later took some of the glass cattails and left them in a corn field. The cattails were found, but were in pieces.
Estes Park artists and creative businesses have formed a new art association -- Estes Arts Presents -- in a bid to become a cultural hub.
Fort Collins native Duncan Ramsay's “The Dam Keeper” received an Academy Award nomination in the “Best Short Film (Animated)” category.
The Denver company's original traveling production “Six Women In Search of a Perfect Play” will make its next stop in Colorado Springs for a run of four shows.
"I still get that rush. If I didn't, I probably wouldn't do it anymore," bull rider Cody Campbell says of his sport.
An interview with actors Dave Belden and Kate Berry of "Charles Ives Take Me Home."
Highlights of Denver's biennial celebration of fine art photography.
"Au revoir," coffeehouse tells customers after 28 years in surprise closure.
Why today's bulls buck harder, jump higher, and twist and turn more than ever before.