Boulder celebrates Arts Week and Vail kicks off its annual Film Festival. For that and more, check out this week's Colorado Arts Roundup.
All Arts Stories
The Colorado Symphony and Chorus will perform the world premiere of "The Raven" this weekend at Boettcher Concert Hall in downtown Denver.
- Sante Fe's most famous ghost is Hannah Nordhaus' great-great-grandmother. Her new book American Ghost is mix of memoir, cultural history, genealogical detective story and paranormal investigation.Read More
The musicians behind “Los Dreamers” turned to members of the Beastie Boys, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah and more for an album that arrives on March 26.
An odd pairing brought together by Boulder Bach Festival and the 3rd Law Dance/Theater.
The exhibition at the Fulginiti Pavilion Art Gallery at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora is on display through May 23.
Colorado-based authors Lisa Jones, Peter Heller, and Helen Thorpe discuss books that deal with a morbid future.
David Mason's main character is a middle child whose mother has died and who gets bullied at school. His imagination is his escape.
Silverthorne City Council entices the non-profit performing arts organization as part of its drive to stimulate economic development downtown through culture.
The Athena Project Arts Festival kicks off and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science hosts 'Mythic Creatures' -- for these events and more, check out this week's Colorado Arts Roundup.
This week, South High School in Denver will premiere "So Many Fish in the Sea." The musical is written, directed, and choreographed by senior Dominic Ellerbee.
Silver Creek High School orchestra instructor Paul Trapkus looks at how an education in music leaves lasting benefits through life.
Musicians David and Enion Pelta-Tiller, of Taarka, lost their home in the 2013 flood. On “Making Tracks Home,” they reflect on loss, resilience, and a sense of community.