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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Denver's newly-renovated Union Station houses 600 works of art by Colorado artists -- many visible to the general public, many more hidden behind doors.
Richard Adams and Tony Sullivan’s fight to get their marriage recognized began in 1975. It continues today, a struggle for both the rights of gays and of immigrants.
A Denver singing duo performing at the 18th annual Chicano Music Festival shares one of its signature tracks with CPR.
Michele Battiste writes about the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 through her family's eyes.
Interactive stations at Matt Barton’s “I Think I Feel Something” exhibition at Denver’s Museum of Contemporary Art allows participants to experience New Age practices first hand.
Officials say completion of the Capitol dome project and the agency's implementation of cost-saving measures should boost previously-flagging grant funding for historic preservation efforts across Colorado.
After Arapahoe County denied Riot Fest a permit to return to Byers in September, the three-day alternative music festival will proceed in Colorado at a new venue.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores a new culinary event at this year’s Dragon Boat Festival and Colorado’s booming creative district efforts.
The Denver dancer and choreographers talks to CPR about why its important to have a festival that highlights Colorado talent.
OpenAir previews select venues on South Broadway leading up to the Underground Music Showcase with photos and useful info. Next up is Illegal Pete's South Broadway.
The weekend's arts happenings around the state include an exhibition that examines the influence of competitive sports on our lives and an Irish music concert in the Vail Valley.
The City of Denver strikes a deal with the financially beleaguered Colorado Symphony over its rent for the coming year.