Call it a classic landlord tenant dispute. The City of Denver and the Colorado Symphony Association don't see eye-to-eye on what to do with the aging Boettcher Concert Hall. They do concur it is time to open up the dialogue.
Marking a year post-flood in Colorado, The Dairy Center for the Arts is exhibiting 33 black-and-white and color photographs captured by photographers who live and work on the Front Range. In FLOOD: A Thousand Year Event, unmitigated contrasts are presented: Destruction and rebirth; restoration after loss; calamity and, oddly, the center's Curator of Visual Art and Education, Mary Horrocks notes, beauty.
Nearly 80 art cars, some rumbling loudly and one flicking flames aloft, cruised through Trinidad Saturday, transforming the quiet community into a sculpture gallery on wheels.
Take a look through the slideshow and you'll see vehicles from as far away as Boston participated in the second annual â€œArtoCade," which was launched by resident Rodney Wood on behalf of the city's tourism board.
They were a family that dominated early 20th century politics, occupying the halls of power in New York, the Navy and ultimately the White House â€“ more than once. The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, could very well be the (latest) reason you drag yourself into work bleary-eyed.
When Ken Burns' latest debuts in all its seven-part, 14-hour glory, PBS will also be testing audiences' appetite for binge-watching; making the entire series available for streaming after the first episode airs.
More than the sum of his film work â€“ most notably the critically acclaimed Hunger, Shame, and 12 Years A Slave â€“ the British-born Steve McQueen is also a distinguished visual artist. His works include sculpture, photography and video art.
McQueenâ€™s approach shuns simplicity, challenging people to think deeply about race, ethnicity, and the nature of human conflict.