Colorado Creatives

Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Colin Ward

#38: Colin Ward

Colin Ward lives to create, juggling disciplines with grace at Rhinoceropolis, one of Denver's most successful DIY arts spaces (it celebrates its tenth anniversary this year). No prima donna, the musician, producer, composer, performer, percussionist, painter, video artist, curator and events designer seeks to bring talented people together in creative community through multi-arts spectacles and special projects. How does he do it? Keep reading to learn more about Colin Ward, via his 100CC questionnaire.

See also: Fantasia at Rhinoceropolis

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