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On April 29, Gov. John Hickenlooper signed legislation needed to put renewal of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) on the November 2016 ballot, with bipartisan support in both the Colorado Senate and House of … more
A red velvet curtain hangs across the stage area at Buntport Theater this month — unusual. What lies behind it? A scene in the woods appears as lights go up on “Greetings from Camp Katabasis,” with a small tent, trees and shrubbery, … more
Spoke N Motion bills itself as “Colorado's only totally integrated dance company.” It includes dancers with and without disabilities. “UnVeil” will be a fundraiser performance at 7 p.m. May 14 and 1 p.m. May 15 at the wheelchair-accessible … more
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
“I looked for five arias that show my versatility” to offer to judges of the Feb. 13 Denver Lyric Opera Guild annual Competition for Colorado Singers, said first-place winner Sarah Cambidge when we inquired about competition processes. DLOG, … 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
The Englewood Historic Preservation Society will meet on March 28 to hear preservation consultant Diane Wray Tomasso speak about “The Flying Saucer Bank and the Communist in the Post Office.” There will be two presentations: 2:30 p.m. at the … 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
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