Sarah Schmeer is heading abroad to recreate the travels of famous adventure writer Richard Halliburton.
All Arts Stories
A Denver musician decides to compose and record his own funeral music, a suite of eight songs called "Cortege."
CPR’s weekly arts show explores the ways libraries are evolving and what resumes say about the art of storytelling.
Eight young playwrights nominated by some of the country’s most prestigious regional theater companies convene in Denver this week to hone their craft.
Brenda Biondo has been photographing old playground equipment, and she's sad to see so much of it go away.
Two poets will travel on a tandem bike from Boulder to Beloit, Wisconsin, building miniature libraries in small towns along the way.
The conductor speaks with Karla Walker about about an historic collaboration between two Boulder organizations.
Colorado's flagship orchestra will not leave for another venue during the 2014-2015 season.
To promote the launch of its new outdoor Denver venue, Levitt Pavilions will host a "Sounds of Levitt" gala at Ruby Hill Park on Tuesday, July 1, followed by a free Playing for Change concert on July 2.
CPR's arts editor Chloe Veltman highlights some of the arts happenings around Colorado this weekend, from a mountain gathering of top thinkers to an urban taco and margarita competition.
After 13 years under the helm of Michael Christie, the Colorado Music Festival is searching for a new artistic leader. Three finalists, selected by a committee from 30 applicants, will strut their stuff on the Chautauqua Auditorium podium this season.
“The Narrators: Second Listen” examines the ways our resumes tell a story about us -- some overtly and some discreetly.
Javier Flores is one of seven Denver street artists whose work is on display at Museo de las Americas through September 21.