This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a look at drinking within the Mexican culture through photography and a play about finding love late in life.
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The Romero Theater Troupe's new drama, “An A(ctual) P(eople's) History of Colorado: A Play in Solidarity with the Students & Teachers of Jeffco,” highlights little-known Colorado activists.
Denver’s RedLine gallery hosts a major exhibition exploring the full scope of the famed feminist artist’s work.
A team of civic leaders will evaluate how to redevelop the country's second largest venue for the performing arts.
Aerial photographer John Wark will document world's largest mural before it's destroyed by upcoming repairs to the Arkansas River levee in Pueblo.
Artist Kent Ullberg spent two years working with scientists to create the bronze sculpture, which weighs more than 5,000 pounds, for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani was among those who denounced the John Adams opera, calling it anti-Semitic and anti-Israel.
Some critics charge that John Adams' opera is anti-Israel, even anti-Semitic. But the opera's supporters dispute that. With its Met debut on Monday, there are calls to burn the set to the ground.
The Colorado-based film artist/musician shares her thoughts on six of OpenAir's favorite music videos from Colorado artists.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores Denver audiences’ “risk tolerance” for experimental or unfamiliar work and a new music video sparking conversations about the format’s relevance in a digital age.
“If Not Us” brings together a digital media center, a theater company and a civic activism group to collect stories about the importance of standing up for oneself.
A new University of Denver study about ticket-buying habits for arts events prompts CPR’s Arts Bureau to explore Colorado audiences’ appetite for risk.
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