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  1. Amid rising rents, artists try to hold on to Denver’s River North Art District

    As activity booms and property values rise in RiNo, the city hopes to develop affordable spaces for the artists who helped put the creative district on the map.
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  2. At home on stage, Colorado art groups make pitches to 'shark' donors

    Inspired by ABC’s “Shark Tank,” the Denver Foundation hears pitches from six cultural organizations before a live audience.
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  3. New noise rules in 2015 for Red Rocks

    After continued complaints from residents, Denver has made new regulations, including restricted noise levels for entire performances.
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  4. Denver arts complex has $140M economic impact, report says

    The city plans to use a new study analyzing the Denver Performing Arts Complex’s economic impact to inform the reimaging process for the downtown complex.
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  5. Musicians help envision new amphitheater for Ruby Hill Park

    Colorado music industry professionals share their concerns and desires about Levitt Pavilion Denver.
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  6. More Coloradans taking a shine to fine custom jewelry

    With the Cartier exhibition at the Denver Art Museum in full swing, fashion commentator Georgia Alexia Benjou explores the Colorado market for high-end jewelry.
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  7. Plus Gallery exits booming RiNo district after selling out current exhibition

    Denver’s RiNo Arts District is growing fast as a hub for artists. But one of Denver’s leading contemporary art galleries says now is the right time for it to leave the neighborhood.
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  8. Colorado arts audiences are somewhat open to taking risks, survey shows

    A CPR Arts Bureau survey shows cost to be biggest factor in arts ticket-buying process.
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  9. After Tarantino snags $5M in state incentives, what's left for other filmmakers?

    State incentives pledged for ‘Hateful Eight’ film shoot near Telluride will not eat up entire fund, Colorado's film commissioner says.
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  10. City of Boulder passes sales and use tax benefiting cultural institutions and more

    Voters strongly supported Ballot Measure 2A, a three-year, .3 percent tax projected to provide $27.6 million for cultural and public safety projects.
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