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 world’s first major retrospective of the iconoclastic artist highlights his journal entries, prints, sound installations and more.
The visual artist and musician premiered 'Denver Traffic Rush Hour Detour', a new piece about the city's gridlock issues in Denver last week.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the development of Día de los Muertos in Denver and the world's first major survey of the art of DEVO frontman and film composer Mark Mothersbaugh.
The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra pianist and composer talks to CPR about how he creates musical scores for silent films.
Two of the late musician’s children will accept the posthumous award on behalf of the Colorado icon.
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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