Wire Art Hanging From Power Line Above A Denver Street Depicts Elijah McClain Playing ViolinA wire art piece that pays tribute to the life of Elijah McClain appeared in Denver over the weekend.
Artists Enhance Santa Fe Arts District Leading Up To Denver Arts WeekendOriginally artists were going to have a community altar for family and friends to gather and pray, but the public health order limiting those who can gather from 10 to five people, changed those plans.
Denver Independent Artists & Venues Eligible For CARES Act MoneyDenver Arts & Venues is taking applications for grants to help the City’s arts industry.
Denver Center Hosts Virtual Broadway Concert SeriesWith live performances on hold, the DCPA has found a different way to connect with its audiences, in the form of a series of online concerts.
Artists Unveil Kendrick Castillo Mural In DenverKendrick's parents were there when the mural was unveiled -- along with a fellow student -- who says he saved her life.
Lone Tree Arts Center Closed Through Oct. 2 Due To Staff FurloughsThe Lone Tree Arts Center will be closed through Oct. 2 due to staff furloughs.
Artists Look To Unite West Denver Community Through Street ArtworkDuring this time of social unrest and social distancing efforts, there is an initiative underway to unite people through the power of art.
Volunteers Invited To Honor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Outside History Colorado CenterArtists and volunteers in Denver started a community mural in honor of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
'Crush Walls' Denver Street Art Celebration Underway In RiNoAn annual Denver street art celebration is underway. Artists are working on Crush Walls in the RiNo art district.
'Deep Concerns' Abound As Denver Arts And Venues Announces Furloughs, Closes Performance SpacesDenver Arts and Venues announced it will be closing all venues, including Red Rocks Amphitheatre and the Denver Performing Arts Complex, due to coronavirus-related budget concerns.
Colorado Ballet Dancers Furloughed Until Next YearThe Colorado Ballet had to cancel their 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Live Music Returns To Red Rocks In New, Interactive Livestream EventFor the next three nights, Red Rocks is teaming up with Denver-based cellular partner, Visible, to push play on live music with “Red Rocks Unpaused."
Arvada Opens Up Grant Funding For Struggling ArtistsThe city of Arvada will award local artists $250,000 in relief funding following the coronavirus pandemic.
Arvada Center Expands 'Amplify' Series To Include Black WomenWhen the Amplify series was launched on The Arvada Center’s YouTube page earlier this summer, its creator, Betty Hart, had no idea it would be such a hit.
CU Students Use 'Artivism' To Demand Systemic Changes On Boulder CampusA temporary art installation on the University of Colorado Boulder campus aims to point out the experiences and needs of BIPOC students.