A new storytelling project that features 20 women living with the virus comes as Denver vows to end AIDS in the city by 2030.
All Arts Stories
The first Colorado Matters holiday music special features Dianne Reeves, memories of John Denver and the Muppets, and every musical style in between.
Denver teens worked with Brooklyn artist Sarah Gerard to interview people experiencing homelessness for a new multimedia exhibition at PlatteForum.
CPR Classical's Jeff Zumfelde on standout recordings from the past year by the Colorado Symphony, Carter Pann, Daniel Kellogg and more.
Malik is a 2016 winner of an Academy Nicholl Fellowship, an international screenwriting contest from the same institution that runs the Oscars.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble's annual winter show.
One artist called the converted warehouse's closure a "witch hunt" after a deadly fire at a similar space in California.
The depictions of a Southern black community in “Porgy and Bess” have stirred up controversy since it premiered in 1935. The Aurora Fox tackles a revised version that stripped out the derogatory language.
A new study of the racial and gender makeup of theater organizations in the Rocky Mountain region show women lead in some areas and lag in others.
Picking up where they left off in Colorado more than four decades ago was not a challenge for the band. An upcoming documentary tells their story.
Attending symphony concerts has a positive impact on people with memory loss, according to research by Colorado State University.
Linton has appeared in many Phamaly shows, and is believed to be the only person in a wheelchair currently to lead a major U.S. theater organization.
The Denver painting depicts 12 diverse faces. Artist Emanuel Martinez hopes it inspires people to come together.