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For the last 20 years of his life, Spanish painter Joan Miro (1893-1983) found a home on the island of Mallorca, where he could unpack and relate to his earlier paintings that had been packed away during World War II and after. He lived through … more
As one walks into the Denver Botanic Gardens/York Street, “Charlo,” the most recently created Deborah Butterfield horse sculpture (2015), appears to be happily munching on surrounding vegetation, while nearby, “Ahulani” (1991) is reclining … more
The silences in “Mad Max: Fury Road” are unsettling. The moments are few and infrequent, but it's not until the fiery roar of the engines and the thrashing of the guitars are suddenly stripped away that you can fully feel how deeply the film … more
Given that conformity is the scourge of the “Divergent” series and much of its young-adult ilk, it's a shame that the films, including the new “Insurgent,” do so little to stray from well-worn YA paths. For a series that waves the banner … more
Arvada-based film company Novel Motion Pictures announced the release of “Muted.” In this movie, filmmakers seek to increase public awareness of child abuse and encourage audiences to speak … more
Fine art, fine crafts, music, food and fun for kids. On the weekend of June 27 and 28, part of the PACE Center's parking lot at 20000 Pikes Peak Avenue in Parker will be home to Parker SummerFest Arts and Crafts Festival. Admission is free, and kids … more
Four of the eight “Significant Women Artists” in the exhibit by that name at Curtis Arts and Humanities Center gathered for a panel conversation with an audience of art lovers on June 1 to talk about their lives and work. Included were Lora … more
Denver's south metro area is home to many writers, who bring life experiences and imagination to the printed page. New books and notices of new books fill our desks and emails in this busy office. We have selected a few to mention for readers and … more
About 25 local artists will display and sell their work during the weekend of June 13 and 14 at the Court the Arts Festival, organized for a third year by the Greater Castle Rock Art Guild's Art on the Edge Gallery at 314 Wilcox St. The address for … more
“In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, traveling bands were the equivalent of today's pop radio,” writes Castle Rock Town Band publicist Sean Keefe. And the true star of them all was Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show Cowboy Band, which … more
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