Arts District

Rocky Mountain PBS Shows
1:26 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

Centenarian’s Work Serves As A Gallery Of Memory

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

Originally published on Thu April 3, 2014 5:01 am

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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Arts Disrict
12:00 pm
Tue March 18, 2014

Arts District: A pianist, car art and using art to tell stories

by Michael Endo

  Thursday, 3/20 at 7:30 on Rocky Mountain PBS: tune in for the latest edition of Arts District.

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Arts District
1:08 pm
Thu March 13, 2014

Art at 1,500 feet in the air: nature photographer Evan Anderman

Credit evananderman.com

Evan Anderman is the son of a geologist, and growing up he observed the Rocky Mountain landscape with a different understanding than most. Years later, as an aerial photographer he still sees it differently – from thousands of feet in the air. KUVO arts reporter Carrie Saldo took to the skies with Anderman as he searched for a more subjective beauty in Colorado. 

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Arts District
11:46 am
Thu February 27, 2014

Denver Silent Film Festival: making noise

Silent film has a long history in Colorado. The popularity of Wild West themed films meant many were shot here in the late 1800s and early 1900s. But the advent of so-called talkies saw the once popular movie genre, with its characteristic piano accompaniment, silenced. Today the Denver Silent Film Festival aims to bright these films back into the spotlight. 

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Arts District
3:13 pm
Thu February 13, 2014

Breck's new cultural CEO: a bold future

Credit 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.  “It needs to be bold, it needs to be big, it needs to be flashy,” said Woulfe of the programming he wants to launch in Breckenridge. “I am a big fan of spectacle and I think that takes its shape in a lot of different things.”  Since the 1960s when Breckenridge opened its mountain and saw both its year-round and seasonal populations surge, it has also seen a steady increase in arts related activities.

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