To promote the launch of its new outdoor Denver venue, Levitt Pavilions will host a "Sounds of Levitt" gala at Ruby Hill Park on Tuesday, July 1, followed by a free Playing for Change concert on July 2.
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CPR's arts editor Chloe Veltman highlights some of the arts happenings around Colorado this weekend, from a mountain gathering of top thinkers to an urban taco and margarita competition.
After 13 years under the helm of Michael Christie, the Colorado Music Festival is searching for a new artistic leader. Three finalists, selected by a committee from 30 applicants, will strut their stuff on the Chautauqua Auditorium podium this season.
“The Narrators: Second Listen” examines the ways our resumes tell a story about us -- some overtly and some discreetly.
Javier Flores is one of seven Denver street artists whose work is on display at Museo de las Americas through September 21.
Nearly 100 years after they were commissioned, works by bronze sculptor Alexander Phimister Proctor in Denver’s Civic Center Park receive their due.
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science celebrates the 30th anniversary of the master gem carvings.
Authorities say L.A. rapper Schoolboy Q was in an SUV that was fired on during a concert at Red Rocks outdoor amphitheater in Colorado, but the artist was not injured.
Short story writer Antonya Nelson talks about the ex-husbands, ex-wives, and ex-step parents that populate her new collection "Funny Once."
CPR’s weekly arts show examines ballet as a competitive art form and an outdoor video game installation.
Emily Speed, Anisa Sinteral-Scott and Ariel Breitman are among 100 dancers selected from 300 applicants to compete. This year marks state’s biggest showing ever at the event, which runs through June 29.
CPR's arts editor Chloe Veltman highlights some of the arts happenings around Colorado this weekend, including an interactive music celebration and sacred dance mixed with multimedia.