For more than 20 years, Heritage Camps in Colorado have organized cultural retreats to spark deeper discussions about race and identity for transracially adopted children and their families.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores camps helping young adoptees learn about their birth cultures through art and the community’s role in the public art process.
Later this year, Denver's youth health and well-being initiative will expand to provide school children with discounted access to some of the city's major cultural institutions.
Eight young playwrights nominated by some of the country’s most prestigious regional theater companies convene in Denver this week to hone their craft.
CPR’s weekly arts show examines Colorado theater companies’ commitments to actors and how two arts leaders are turning the traditional lecture series on its head.
The founders of “Mixed Taste” and Warm Cookies of the Revolution explain how they hope to expand people’s horizons through their cultural programming.
The Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design moves ahead after massive changes, including losing more than 60 employees in 2013.
A movie critic finds hope for the future of cinema at a high school film appreciation class.