Denver media personality Flo Hernández-Ramos says Día de los Muertos may be headed down the same slippery, bloody slope that transformed Halloween.
The Cultural Economy
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores how an actor and ballet dancer get into character to play the Prince of Darkness and a Denver exhibition surveying world-famous artist Judy Chicago’s entire career.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores Denver audiences’ “risk tolerance” for experimental or unfamiliar work and a new music video sparking conversations about the format’s relevance in a digital age.
A new University of Denver study about ticket-buying habits for arts events prompts CPR’s Arts Bureau to explore Colorado audiences’ appetite for risk.
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CPR’s weekly arts shows explores renowned artist Christo's ongoing process to create an art installation over the Arkansas River and a reality web show seeking the next great marijuana entrepreneur.
A deficit could mean less money for hundreds of the Denver metro area's scientific and cultural organizations.
With its production of Beckett’s famous absurdist play, the former Byers-Evans House Theatre Company takes to the stage with a new name.
There’s no denying the acoustical hurdles at Red Rocks, yet three sold out gigs in 2014 have left the Colorado Symphony hungry for more performances there.
Denver’s biannual cultural and idea-sharing event to explore the theme of “Now.”