After Delay Due To The Pandemic, Denver Art Museum's New Addition Now Open To The PublicAn opening ceremony, celebrating months and months of waiting, finally was realized at the Denver Art Museum over the weekend.
Denver Center For The Performing Arts Needs Volunteers As Curtain Calls ApproachAs the Denver Center for the Performing Arts prepares for their full return to the stage, hundreds of volunteers are needed to make show night once again a reality.
Tour The Denver Art Museum's New Welcome Center, Renovated GalleriesThe Denver Art Museum will open its newly unified campus featuring a welcome center and renovations to the Martin Building next week after completing the $150 million expansion project.
Artists Bring Disability Awareness To Life In New RiNo MuralA pair of artists proudly unveiled their new mural on Saturday morning to a captivated crowd.
Returning To The Stage: DCPA Prepares For First Indoor, Live Performance Since COVID“Improvised Shakespeare,” a comical and interactive show spearheaded by five actors, will be the first live performance at the DCPA since early 2020.
Artists Return To Cheesman Park For Art Fest: 'See The Gratitude'For its eighth year after a pandemic hiatus, the Cheesman Park Art Fest has returned.
'Imperfect Pixels' Hopes To Change The Way People Killed While In Police Custody Are Perceived"Imperfect Pixels" requires guests to look at these faces in a way they have likely never seen before, using a glass sphere, in order to bring their images back into focus.
Some Artists Feel Safe To Return To The Stage, Auditorium After DCPA COVID Vaccine, Mask RequirementsThe Denver Center for the Performing Arts will require all guests 12 and older to be vaccinated before attending a show, and all guests 11 and younger will have to present a recent negative COVID-19 test result.
'Nothing Like A Live Audience': Bravo!Vail Music Festival's Onstage Performances BeginWorld class musicians, conductors and soloists are returning to Vail's Gerald R. Ford Amphitheatre for the first time in more than a year.
Return To The Stage: DCPA Theatre Company Announces State Tour Of 'Wild Fire'In the first live performances since the start of COVID-19, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Theatre Company is returning to the stage.
New Law Makes Historic Investment In Arts, Could Put Colorado Back On The Filmmaking MapFrom community theaters to blockbuster movies, Colorado has a rich history when it comes to the arts.
'Very Human Experience': Santa Fe Art District Looks To Rebound As People Thirst For ArtFirst Friday on Santa Fe Drive on a warm Friday night brought a lot of people out who haven’t had ad chance to see art in person.
Biennial Of The Americas Offers Art Opportunity For Processing COVID GriefThe Americas COVID-19 Memorial is bringing artists together from all over the Western Hemisphere to memorialize the pandemic.
Indigenous Art Exhibit 'Each / Other' Aims To Tell Stories People Can Connect WithThe new exhibition "Each / Other" opening at the Denver Art Museum brings together contemporary indigenous artists Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger.
'Open For Business': Denver's Arts And Entertainment Industry Ready For Triumphant Return After COVIDDenver’s arts and entertainment industry is poised to make a triumphant return as more Coloradans receive their COVID vaccines and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with Colorado, health guidelines relax.