The LIDA Project is teaming up with Metropolitan State University of Denver for a two-part project on an issue that hits close to home: global warming. The project will illustrate the realities of both too much water (the first installment) and not enough (the second) by using the actual physical el ... More >>
#75: Conrad Kehn The opening sentence of Conrad Kehn's professional bio kind of says it all: "Conrad Kehn is a composer, improviser, performer, educator, writer and artist." But that's the glib definition of a guy who, under the skin of his basic vita, is hellbent on spreading the joy of making and ... More >>
The 35mm films are in place, and the University of Colorado Denver music students have their instruments ready. The Denver Silent Film Festival runs tomorrow through Sunday at the King Center on the Auraria campus, with screenings of silent-era classics and some lesser-known gems. We asked artisti ... More >>
Alice in Harlem Land nods its head to classic blaxploitation films.
Jamie Horton headlines Back to the Muse.
José Mercado reworks a classic Shakespearean tale.
Su Teatro and Tish Hinojosa unite to celebrate the season.
El Centro Su Teatro starts a new holiday tradition.
Fred Frith stays on his unusual path to unusual music.
Theater students at UCD explore the history of a Japanese internment camp.