At Denver Comic Con Memorial Day weekend, a Denver educator will explain how graphic novels can help build literacy and critical thinking skills.
Still, according to the study from Colorado Creative Industries, educators reported that time and money continue to be obstacles for arts education.
The Denver nonprofit unveils its $2 million studio, where it will offer for-credit classes and host workshops led by touring musicians.
This week, South High School in Denver will premiere "So Many Fish in the Sea." The musical is written, directed, and choreographed by senior Dominic Ellerbee.
Silver Creek High School orchestra instructor Paul Trapkus looks at how an education in music leaves lasting benefits through life.
CPR’s Arts Bureau joined the governor at the Capitol to ask how he plans to maintain Colorado’s cultural momentum as he begins his second term.
A $6 million endowment from the late Eugene D. Eaton Jr. will benefit the Department of Economics and the College of Music.
DAVA’s Job Training in the Arts is one of 12 after-school programs in the country selected from a pool of 350 nominees to receive a 2014 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
In 2009, a bizarre news story unfolding in Fort Collins captivated then-11-year-old Billy Recce so much it inspired him to write a musical.
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.