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The Colorado Wind Ensemble, with new conductor David Kish, a Metro State University faculty member, will perform with and alongside the Queen City Jazz Band in a program titled “Playing With Fire” on April 2 and 3. The program includes: … more
“Most of my work is done in the studio, but the body of work here was done entirely outdoors. I took a portable easel and art supplies out each day and searched for a nearby view that I thought might become the basis of a composition. Then I would … more
“Some artists love the hunt for rejected and discarded objects of all shapes and sizes and materials and then, in the most creative ways, reconstruct them to present the world with a new object — a work of art.” That statement is from curator … more
A happily anticipated springtime production is Colorado Ballet’s “Director’s Choice” program of contemporary works, which will happen March 25-27 at the Newman Center and on April 1 at Lone Tree Arts Center. With a mix of classical and … more
Photographer David Doubilet began snorkeling at age 8 at summer camp and by 12, he was shooting pictures underwater, using a Brownie Hawkeye camera placed in a rubber anesthesiologist bag supplied by a supportive father — with less than … more
Dramatic storytelling in a new exhibit at the Denver Art Museum includes exquisite craftsmanship, huge murals created from Japanese woodcuts, fierce-looking armored warriors, war regalia and a sense of pageantry. “At first, it sounds like wild … more
Last summer, we received news about the Black Cube, a nomadic museum that would hold pop-up exhibits at various locations, beginning in September with the Trading Post at Red Rocks. A new group of Artist Fellows has been announced for 2016 and … more
It helps — or not — to know that inspiration for Buntport's latest original production came from a non-linear, open-source tale called “Riding Sidesaddle” by musician Miriam Suzanne, published under the name Eric M. Suzanne. It's printed on … more
Mackenzie Maroney of Parker will install her senior thesis photography exhibit from March 24 to April 3 in the Brownlee O. Currey Jr. Gallery on the campus of Watkins College of Art, Design and Film in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a 2011 graduate … more
It's a big day for the aging race-track regular, “Champagne” Charlie. The sixth race is named in his honor — and he decides to bet his entire savings, a meager amount, on a long-shot horse at his local track near Philadelphia. “The … more
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