We're on a quest to help you understand public art’s role in your community, what it costs and whether it's worth it.
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The Denver-based artist explains why a non-profit hackerspace is reopening this week as a for-profit artists’ co-op and incubator.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores how the Colorado Symphony negotiates acoustical obstacles at an iconic outdoor venue and if cultural events centered around Hispanic Heritage Month help or hurt the Latino community.
Some community members say Latino culture and history should be recognized year round.
There’s no denying the acoustical hurdles at Red Rocks, yet three sold out gigs in 2014 have left the Colorado Symphony hungry for more performances there.
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Denver’s biannual cultural and idea-sharing event to explore the theme of “Now.”
The film "Fight Church," co-directed by Daniel Junge, features Christian congregations around the country that train their members in mixed martial arts.
CPR listener Suzanne Bronson of Grand Junction shares a poem about the special relationship a ballerina has with her pointe shoes.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include an equestrian circus spectacle and an unjuried, uncensored arts festival in Boulder.
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