Coloradans watch movies, visit art galleries, see plays and read books more than almost any other state in the U.S., according to a wide-ranging study released today from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Greenwood Village-based developer John Madden has made sharing his love of art a key part of his many projects, and has shaped that city and others in the process.
The second annual Breckenridge International Festival of Arts is sure to be a visual feast, featuring everything from acrobats climbing a rotating ladder to stilt-walkers wearing 18-foot-tall dinosaur costumes.
Organizers estimate Santa Fe Indian Market alone has attracted about 150,000 people and roughly $80 million to the city in recent years.
For two weeks in July, Colorado artists painted side by side with six artists from Kosovo.
“Drawing Never Dies” is the kind of exhibition title that also serves as a manifesto. There’s nothing subtle about its proclamation that the simple act of making lines and shapes is a crucial part of the creative process.
As it has for the past five years, nationally renowned Denver company Cleo Parker Robinson Dance will finish its International Summer Dance Institute with the day-long Mile High Dance Festival.
The ultimate goal is to implement one as a permanent structure on 16th Street Mall
Watch street artists cover 16th Street Mall with vibrant colors during live art performances at ArtBlast! presented by The Big Wonderful, Meet in the Street and the Downtown Denver Partnership this weekend.