Arts and Culture

Arts and Culture
11:44 am
Fri February 6, 2015

Celebrate Black History Month with KUVO Host

KUVO host Linard "Scotty" Scott of Origins: Orgy in Rhythm will be a featured speaker at two engagements celebrating Black History Month. 

February 16, 7 pm | Centennial Institute - Colorado Christian University

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Rocky Mountain PBS Shows
3:53 pm
Thu February 5, 2015

Click & Submit Photo Contest

Rocky Mountain PBS local program Arts District wants your photos of public art!

Submit your favorite photos of art in your community (sculptures, installations, murals, etc.) and your photographs could be featured on Rocky Mountain PBS! Contest ends March 19.

Submit your photo today!

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Eats & Beats
1:33 pm
Thu February 5, 2015

Chipotle cultivates thought, but not Mexican authors, again

Round two of Chipotle's "Cultivating Thought" series has been announced, with a diverse collection of 10 writers, whose work, thoughts, musings and ideas will appear on cups and wrappers.  This time, curator and NY Times bestselling author Jonathan Safran Foer (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Eating Animals) included three Latino authors in the mix, but none of them Chicano or Mexican.

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Arts and Culture
11:23 am
Thu January 29, 2015

Su Teatro Presents "Amorcito Corazon" | Feb. 12-21

Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center brings together love, laughter and song in their annual Dia de San Valentin production "Amorcito Corazon," showing February 12 through 21.

A playful, tongue-in-cheek meditation on the significance of loving relationships, this show promises a musical and comedic exploration of "el bien y el mal” (the good and the bad). Moving between love ballads and vignettes that speak of love, loss and laughter, this play will explore a couple's relationship spanning more than 50 years.

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Jazz on Film
11:39 am
Thu January 15, 2015

Jazz on Film: So Square and So Hip

Jack Webb’s iconic character Joe Friday and program "Dragnet" forever fixed him as the no-nonsense, straight talking and ultra-square cultural figure firmly behind law and order and unmoved by societal changes in the 1950s and 60s. Yet few knew that Webb got his start as a late-night jazz DJ before moving to radio broadcasts and television. He is reputed to have had more than 6,000 jazz records, including everything done by Bix Beiderbecke as well as his love for the modern jazz of the 50s. His first wife was the actor-singer Julie London.

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