He became fascinated with how brushed metal looks under layers of automotive paints, resin and other assorted materials he may use: “I like how the metal moves.”
All Arts Stories
The 12-day festival, which opens the end of the month, showcases a number of films by Colorado filmmakers or have a connection to the state, including “We are Columbine” and “The Front Runner.”
“Claes Oldenburg with Coosje van Bruggen: Drawings” runs Oct. 7, 2018 - Jan. 6, 2019 at the Denver Art Museum.
"Evening Machines" was released Friday, Oct. 5. Isakov recorded it in a barn on his Boulder farm.
"The Little Lost Llama" immortalizes the story of Homer, the llama that got lost on a mountain nine years ago.
Ballet Ariel will present “Tale of Molly Brown,” a three-act ballet that marks the opening of the Denver-based dance company’s 20th anniversary season.
The play, concert and storytelling mash-up premieres at the Boettcher Concert Hall on Friday, Oct. 5.
Call it our Colorado version of the Tiny Desk contest. We’re searching for a musician or band to perform at the Colorado Matters Holiday Extravaganza Nov. 28!.
The show, which won six Tony Awards including Best New Musical, is launching a 50-city national tour from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
The Black American West Museum & Heritage Center is looking for recruits because they are in the early stages of reestablishing the History Alive Reenactors Guild.
The documentary filmmaker receives the Wallace Stegner Award for his contributions to the West at CU Boulder on Oct. 2.
It’s been hard to ignore “National Velvet” since it was installed in 2008.
CU professor Marcia Douglas will be at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival in Boulder this weekend. Her latest book is "The Marvellous Equations Of The Dread: A Novel in Bass Riddim."
An all-female cast reenacts the exploits of explorer John Wesley Powell's 1869 expedition along the Colorado River.
Writer Elisa Gabbert recently penned a letter of recommendation for the recently returned section at the Denver Central Library.