Arts District


Thu February 20, 2014
Arts District

Salida Draws On Artistic Capital With Creative District

Salida's Creative District is home to 100 creative enterprises in 23 blocks.
Carrie Saldo Arts District

When artist Jack Chivvis bought a building in downtown Salida more than 30 years ago he had no idea he would help spark a renaissance in the former railroad hub and mining community to the southwest of Denver.

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Thu February 13, 2014
Arts District

New Cultural CEO Sees Bold Programs In Breck’s Future

Robb Woulfe is Breckenridge's first Cultural CEO.
Courtesy Summit Daily

Meet Breckenridge’s first Cultural CEO, Robb Woulfe – charged with overseeing and expanding arts and culture in the town. He’s not afraid to take some risks in his new pursuit.

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Mon January 27, 2014
Arts District

Snow Sculptors Versus Time And Mother Nature

Fifteen sculptures were created for this year's Budweiser International Snow Sculpture Champsionship in Breckenridge, in front of Riverwalk Center.
Carrie Saldo

If you medal in the Olympics you could become a household name overnight. Maybe even nab a multi-million dollar endorsement contract. Those trappings aren’t likely for top-ranked competitive snow sculptors.

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Thu January 23, 2014
Arts District

'The Whipping Man' Is Emblematic Of Curious' Approach To Theater

The challenges of life after the Civil War are explored in 'The Whipping Man,' currently on stage at Curious Theatre Company. Pictured are actors Laurence Curry and Sean Scrutchins.
Michael Ensminger, courtesy of Curious Theatre.

On the heels of the 150th anniversary of the emancipation proclamation, Curious Theatre Company has mounted The Whipping Man, a play that looks at the painful legacy of slavery in post-Civil War Richmond, Va.

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Thu January 16, 2014
Arts District

Ignorance, Cultural Stereotypes Challenged In ‘Cross Currents’

A close-up of '(NO)stalgia,' by artist Cannupa Hanska
Janine Trudell, RMPBS

The stereotype that Native American art consists of items dripping with beads and feathers and is stuck in the past is being challenged in Denver. The new exhibit Cross Currents showcases the continuous evolution of work created by contemporary Native American artists.

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