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.
Aerial photographer John Wark will document world's largest mural before it's destroyed by upcoming repairs to the Arkansas River levee in Pueblo.
Artist Kent Ullberg spent two years working with scientists to create the bronze sculpture, which weighs more than 5,000 pounds, for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Denver’s RiNo Arts District is growing fast as a hub for artists. But one of Denver’s leading contemporary art galleries says now is the right time for it to leave the neighborhood.
The Denver-based artist explains why a non-profit hackerspace is reopening this week as a for-profit artists’ co-op and incubator.
Daniel Sprick and Jenny Morgan visited CPR to discuss their art, their backgrounds and the future of portraiture.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores a photographer’s aerial perspective of the eastern plains and a lyrical preview of fall arts events from Colorado’s poet laureate.
Mayor Michael Hancock names the first eight projects to receive funds from the “P.S. You Are Here” neighborhood revitalization program.
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.