This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include the 37th Starz Denver Film Festival and a three-day live audiovisual performance festival in Boulder.
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The Denver Art Museum is the only venue in the world to see “Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century,” an extensive collection of the famous jeweler’s pieces.
A CPR Arts Bureau survey shows cost to be biggest factor in arts ticket-buying process.
“Touch the Wall,” premiering Saturday in Denver, follows the stories of Franklin and her teammate, Kara Lynn Joyce.
“If Not Us,” a student-led stage production based on a collection of stories about the importance of standing up for oneself, premieres Thursday at East High School.
The new documentary film, directed by Denver filmmaker David Quint, premieres Saturday at the Starz Denver Film Festival.
DAVA’s Job Training in the Arts is one of 12 after-school programs in the country selected from a pool of 350 nominees to receive a 2014 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
"The Erlkings," which opens off-Broadway this month, is about the 1999 shootings at Columbine High School.
The festival will show movies with strong Colorado connections and flicks from overseas, and give audiences chances to meet some of the stars and directors.
Glass artist Dale Chihuly will design a new piece titled “Colorado” for the Denver Botanic Gardens’ permanent collection.
Starz Denver Film Festival programmer Matt Campbell joined Alisha Sweeney to chat about some of his top music film picks this year.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores a new musical inspired by the 2009 Fort Collins “Balloon Boy” hoax and how books initially disliked can become favorites.
A new study released by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts shows 17 percent growth in visitors to the metro area from outside Colorado since 2011.