Arts District

5:00pm

Thu April 3, 2014
Arts District

New RiNo Art Show Is ‘Breaking Beaker’

Artist John Houser's parody of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker.
Carrie Saldo Arts District

Being green might not be that easy, but Kermit the Frog looks pretty relaxed these days. Maybe that’s because the lovable amphibian and several other beloved Muppets have been re-interpreted for the “Muppet Junkies Art Show.”

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5:00am

Thu April 3, 2014
Arts District

Centenarian’s Work Serves As A Gallery Of Memory

Artist Marian Busey discusses her work inside her studio..
Paul Cywilko, Arts District

Photographs hold time still. At 102 years-old, Marian Busey could have walls clad with copious snapshots. Instead, the artists’ memorable moments were captured by her own hand with paint and paper.

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5:00am

Thu March 27, 2014
Arts District

Colorado Ballet's ‘Beat’ Moves To DeVotchKa’s Drums

Colorado Ballet dancers Maria Mosina and Dominico Luciano rehearse 'The Last Beat.'
Colorado Ballet

Colorado Ballet’s newest work explores the stark reality of military service: some return to loving families, others never return. That discord is echoed in the driving beat of the music – courtesy of Colorado’s own DeVotchKa.

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6:00am

Thu March 20, 2014
Arts District

Creative District That's Both Arts & Ag Seeks An Official Nod

The Farmer Mural, located at 709 10th street, illustrates the melding of Greeley's agricultural roots and its arts scene.
City of Greeley

When many people think about Greeley, Colo., one brand is burned on their brains: Meat processing, agriculture, and dairies. Yet, there’s also a critical mass of art galleries, live performance venues, and annual events.

Those artistic assets have prompted the city to seek an official creative district designation from the state.

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6:00am

Thu March 13, 2014
Arts district

A Man Of The Land, A Photographer In The Sky

The view from inside aerial photographer Evan Anderman's Cessna Turbo 206.
Carrie Saldo, Arts District

Evan Anderman understood the land around him differently than most growing up. He was after all, the son of a geologist. Years later, his perspective has grown increasingly distinct and separate from the ground.

That's because he's an aerial photographer.

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