Since founding her modern dance institution, the Denver icon has used her art to honor the African American experience—and as an agent for change. Now, as the nation reckons with systemic inequity, Cleo Parker Robinson reflects on her company’s milestone and the work that still lies ahead.
Whether you want to trace the footsteps of authors past or help our literary institutions survive to see a post-coronavirus future, consider the following required reading. Plus: 15 recently published books by Centennial State writers to add to your collection.
The annual art show is introducing several new features, including online purchasing and a virtual walk-through, while altering community events from years past to achieve a safer environment for showcasing artwork.
The Evergreen-based author believes you can rein in your drinking without quitting completely. Her second book, The Alcohol Experiment, a 30-day guide to breaking from booze, is being republished this week.
The festival’s 10-year celebration looks a bit different than planned. But viewers have a chance to stream the event’s 100 films from the comfort of their couches—including a series that focuses on racism and equality.
The Colorado Springs-based artist and activist’s latest work—on display now at the Art Students League of Denver—is a piece of social commentary on how Western culture views Native American people and their art.