As our world and immediate communities continue to grow and change exponentially, the exhibition at the Curtis Center for the Arts, curated by Robin Whatley, Program Coordinator at the Arts Student League of Denver, allows
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The symphony of sculptural art begins as you enter the Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) Indoor Gallery. From left to right and right to left, with wall and pedestal pieces carefully striking the room like
With strokes of light and shadows that race off the canvas, Alex Wakefield is able take the audience on a fantastic journey of sight, sound and even smell. It is as if you can feel
The magic of the holiday season begins with Colorado Ballet’s presentation of The Nutcracker. This season will be the 57th production of The Nutcracker with 26 enchanting performances beginning Saturday, November 25 through December 24,
Since, first launching in Southeast Asia as explained by founder Bret Reynolds the Arts Circuit has worked in one fashion or another. Reynolds came back to the U.S. and expressed that logistically it just made
The Colorado Ballet continues to escalate the level of artistry through athleticism intertwined throughout the storytelling and this season the bar continues to be set high by opening the with Dracula. Haven’t we all been
Artists walk among us and you may not even know it. It may come across as a sci-fi alien alert, however if it wasn’t for the artist and the work they create, our lives would
Traveling allows us to awaken the sense of adventure that inspires us to explore our senses in every way shape and form. This includes the exploration of food! On a trip to Los Angeles for
Odessa leaps into the artistic scene with a vision of inclusion and a voice that art in not just an experience, it is a powerful generator that connects artists to the art world and beyond.