The Arvada Center is hosting four strong exhibits right now, all part of the Unbound series. But I will focus on just one here: Unbound: Sculpture in the Field. (I'll discuss the others later this summer.) The show is highly visible -- you can even catch a glimpse from the car -- and it represents a ... More >>
When you're near the top of the grassy slope at Fiddler's Green, the massive stage below dominates the foreground. It has hosted Bob Dylan, John Denver, Lollapalooza (back when it was still a touring event), Wiz Khalifa and plenty more, but in 1982 that stage was just an asphalt thumbprint next to t ... More >>
After ongoing discussions for the past few months, AEG Live Rocky Mountains has finalized a fifteen-year deal with the Museum of Outdoor Arts to take over Fiddler's Green, the 18,000-seat Greenwood Village amphitheatre that opened in 1989 and recently reverted back to its original name after stints ... More >>
Light Supply, a glowing group exhibition that opened last summer amidst a flurry of local shows playing with light, features works by a number of well-respected magicians of illumination. Three of them -- Lonnie Hanzon, Jen Lewin and Collin Parson -- will join Museum of Outdoor Arts director ... More >>
Word's come down that the annual Hudson Holiday lighting extravaganza, designed by Lonnie Hanzon and bankrolled by the Museum of Outdoor Arts, is no more -- and I'm telling you, I am crushed. That's because I'm not only a holiday light-show junkie, but also a lover of the arts, and Lonnie's m ... More >>
A sense of adventure powers Ann Cunningham’s tactile fairy tales.
The Museum of Outdoor Arts lends some needed beauty to nowheresville.
An outdoor museum sprouts a sculpture collection worth hanging on to.
Real and imagined depth is seen in displays at Robischon, Artyard and the White House.