The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ study also points to a rise in jobs at arts organizations but a slight drop in economic activity.
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On the eve of this year's John Denver Celebration in Aspen, a look back at Colorado's musical icon.
The Boulder-based group that puts on the dinners wants to help people unplug, and to understand what it's like to live with little or no vision.
The orchestra dedicates a new stage named after the pioneering conductor who founded the group.
Garrett’s final performance at the downtown club, which has been renamed The Clocktower Cabaret, was Sept. 10.
A new short film airing at the Latino film festival in Denver traces the story of Gerardo Lopez and his efforts to help kids avoid the mistakes he made.
You’ve probably been to one of the many organizations supported by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. Voters will soon decide whether to renew the cultural tax.
Colorado authors Erika Krouse and Sarah Elizabeth Schantz discuss writing about social alienation and mental illness at the Jaipur Literature Festival in Boulder this weekend.
Meet the conductor who will shape the sound and identity of the Colorado Symphony over the next five years.
Fallen comrades, forbidden love and brutal combat, Abraha documents his time with the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Army (EPRA) in his book "Love of Assimba."
Denver Art Museum's Gwen Chanzit says she did not intend to put on an all-female show -- she just wanted to tell the movement's full story.
While the merger will help solve the center's money problems, the college will also take over the center's artistic vision.
The story and sounds behind an epic choral piece about an infamous hate crime -- and why the director of the Denver-based Matthew Shepard Foundation says the story still matters.
Author Erik Storey grew up on Colorado's West Slope and channels his many rough jobs in this debut novel.
Former actress Denise Nickerson, who lives in Denver, recalls filming “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory” with Wilder.