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.
A public art piece in Durango has residents divided -- and some are upset they didn’t have more input.
History Colorado is experimenting with engaging the public more deeply in creating history exhibitions through creating prototypes around homelessness, guns, Chicano history and more.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores History Colorado’s trailblazing approach to exhibition curation and a Spaniard’s musical success as a Celtic bagpiper.
The document, which continues to gain signatures, asks the museum to remove iPads from the shells of tortoises and release the reptiles back to their natural habitat.
A master kite maker from Tokyo shares his wisdom and creativity at Denver’s first-ever Japanese Kite Festival.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores the relationships between Colorado's A-list arts festivals and the towns that host them and sizzling summer reads.