The Denver artist is one of nearly 90 artists and collectives from around the world invited to participate in the 14th edition of the Sharjah Biennial in the United Arab Emirates.
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Vanessa Stalling’s “United Flight 232” makes its regional debut at The Dairy Arts Center on Friday, Feb. 15.
A deal will keep the symphony in Denver, and planning on a new building will start immediately after officials spent years trying to agree on the new space.
Daugherty was one of 80 candidates, ages 15 - 18, from around the world to participate in the prestigious 47th annual competition.
The jazz musician and saxophonist's latest album, "Diamond Cut," was nominated for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.
Eric McConnell of Thornton will compete for a third time in the Met's National Council Auditions.
The Brady Tarot features 78 hand-colored, linocut cards. It took her 16 months to carve, color and print the deck.
The Denver-born painter creates large, colorful portraits of friends, family and strangers alike.
The prestigious Prix de Lausanne ballet competition runs Feb. 3 - 10, 2019 in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center has a dedicated program to teach veterans photography. The results are on display now.
Colorado Ballet collaborated with two other dance companies to realize choreographer Septime Webre's vision.
The 2017-18 season was one of the organization's best. Alexander Hamilton did create the National Bank, after all.
The Denver quartet just released its second album, "Songs Nine Through Sixteen."
Writer Itamar Moses set out to answer questions about the consequences of telling the truth.
Andrea Gibson faces rage, white privilege, relationships and more in their latest book.