The champion of "lovable" cities will speak during a public gathering in Boulder on Tuesday.
Colorado Art Report
Life/Art Dance Ensemble performs a contemporary radio dance for the CPR airwaves.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores what a petrified tree on display in Denver reveals about climate change and how Durango’s blues train serves as a cultural gateway.
A 160 million-year-old petrified tree on display at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science reveals keys to climate patterns from ancient times.
Over 200 barbershoppers blend harmonies this weekend for the 65th annual Barbershop Harmony Festival at Chautauqua Auditorium.
The city's plan includes a speaker series, a grant program and a creative business space feasibility study for RiNo.
City officials hope variations on one of Durango’s biggest attractions invites more people to explore its other cultural and artistic offerings.
Art and sports collide at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art’s "Game Changer" exhibition. Earlier this week, "Colorado Art Report" host Chloe Veltman and Associated Press sports writer Pat Graham toured the exhibition together in Boulder.
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.