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A MahlerFest poster depicting Gustav Mahler standing next to Jimi Hendrix in front of the Flatirons.
Embracing Everything with Colorado MahlerFest

Each May, music-lovers within the Denver metro area and from around the world flock to Boulder, Colorado in celebration of the late-Romantic composer, Gustav Mahler. The annual Colorado MahlerFest pilgrimage…

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Dr. Martin Lockley, the late co-founder of Dinosaur Ridge, examining trace fossils on a rocky slope.
Following in the Footsteps of Dr. Martin Lockley at Dinosaur Ridge

Dinosaur Ridge, the world-renowned dinosaur track site just 30 minutes from Denver, provides a pathway straight to a local legacy. Since it opened in 1989, visitors have been able to…

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A rehearsal of Roshni's play, Yatra: A Journey to Truth, Light and Life
The Power of a Story

When Deepali Lindblom immigrated to the United States in 2015, she was struck by how lost she felt. Deepali was born and raised in India, where she was trained in…

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Ars Nova Singers posing together
The Local Vocals of ASCENT: A Boulder Soundwalk

This summer, hit the trail with the Ars Nova Singers! Scott Carpenter Park in Boulder, Colorado is now home to a free, immersive musical experience known as “ASCENT: A Boulder…

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Lutheran High School Performers at Parker Arts Shakespeare Festival
Parker Arts fuses community and young creatives

At Parker Arts, community and kids come together to bring the work of young creatives into the world of exhibition and performance. Nestled in an already heavy schedule of theater,…

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University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Student Annie Cao and art and science students at Downtown Aurora Visual Arts
We can explore the world to open our imaginations, and we can use our imaginations to change the world

Kids who join programs at Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA) are encouraged to engage with their own creativity in every way possible. A bastion of visual arts for students of…

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Installation image from BMoCA + Anythink Bennett installation, Topographic Memory by artist Cherish Marquez. Courtesy of Wes Magyar and BMoCA.
Contemporary Art and Libraries: A perfectly unexpected match

Kiah Butcher’s curatorial career grew because of her commitment to community engagement. Placing contemporary art in unexpected places, like libraries, is the perfect venue to connect Colorado artists to different…

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Visual Artist Stevie with his family in front of a recent piece
ART that includes all creatives

Stevie and Corey, both accomplished artists, don’t use conventional methods to make their art. They can’t. But what the two artists and others like them who are living with disabilities…

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Joyce Tsai at the Clyfford Still Museum
Get to know Joyce Tsai, innovative leader of the Clyfford Still Museum

Less than one year ago, Joyce Tsai took the helm of the Clyfford Still Museum from its founding director. She is an award-winning educator and scholar whose research received support…

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Bennie L. Williams directing the nationally-recognized Bennie L. Williams Spiritual Voices choir.
The Considerable Contributions of Bennie L. Williams

“I don’t feel no ways tired. I’ve come so far from where I started from.” — Traditional Spiritual Bennie Lucille Williams has always felt the music first. Since she was…

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Gregg Deal
Columbusing and the art of modern Indigenous Living

Gregg Deal is an artist and member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Nation. His body of work, from performance art to murals and more, explores what it means to be…

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Jeanette Trujillo-Lucero
Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, Latinx arts and culture expand influence, inform a deeper understanding of identity

In the Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, Latinx community there isn’t always agreement on self-identifiers. Applying just one broad brush moniker can quickly wipe out thousands of years of ancestral tradition, rich…

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