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Daniel Sprick and Jenny Morgan visited CPR to discuss their art, their backgrounds and the future of portraiture.
Patterson will leave group following performance on Friday, Sept. 26.
With a year-long celebration of the Rocky Mountain National Park’s 100th anniversary underway, several Colorado cultural institutions are exploring how western landscapes inspire art.
The city's landmark will be removed as part of levee restoration project
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores music as a way to cope with speech impediments and a radio dance choreographed by a classical Indian dance troupe.
As the Colorado Symphony announces its vision for Boettcher Concert Hall, the city of Denver announces a new committee to lead redevelopment efforts at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
Around 60 different acts will participate in this year’s festival, which provides a platform for independent artists who specialize in a range of theater styles.
Colorado Creative Industries announced the certification of the Downtown Longmont Creative District this week. It's part of an effort to boost the city’s economic and cultural development.
Plans call for better acoustics, fewer seats and more flexible seating arrangements.
The producing artistic director for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts talks to CPR about reimagining the Broadway hit “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” that’s based on a Denver icon.
The beloved bluegrass band, formed in Colorado in 1978, dubs their latest effort, "When I'm Free."
OpenAir catches up with Strange Americans prior to their album release show for "That Kind of Luster" on Sept. 20 at the Bluebird Theater.