The Aurora-based classical and contemporary Indian dance school takes on difficult issues, like suicide, rape and senseless violence, in "Gyaan."
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A look at the unusual music filling the Colorado Symphony's home this month.
New book studies forgiveness from Los Angeles to Rwanda and finds benefits for the person who wrongs and the one who lets go.
Christopher Dragon, the Colorado Symphony's 25-year-old new associate conductor, makes his official debut Wednesday night.
The Montana-based artist’s first solo exhibition at Denver’s Robischon Gallery in 11 years is on display through Aug. 29, 2015.
Marcela Armas says her Biennial of the Americas project symbolizes different layers of exchange between Denver and Mexico City.
The symphony made its selections following an international search with more than 200 candidates.
Boulder perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz creates a "scent experience" inspired by Claude Monet's famous garden at Giverny for "In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism."
The late Jake Adam York wrote about the South and the forgotten victims of racial violence.
The new Space to Create Colorado program will bring affordable live and work spaces for artists to eight mountain and rural areas.
This summer Denver's Andrew Hamilton broke a 15-year-old speed record on Colorado's 14ers. And he's not done for the season.
The four-day celebration of independent artists as seen by fans, bands and OpenAir.
The first pop-up exhibition will feature projection mapping and live performance by artist Desirèe Holman outside Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Oct. 1
Organizers behind the monthly event hope to shed light on the city’s history and to examine the issues different communities face.
Dan Simmons stirs up mystery, history and metaphysics in his latest book, “The Fifth Heart.”