In a time of troubled leadership, it is natural to look back in history and pine for strong leaders.
Saturday, June 17, 9am-3pm. Purchase advance tickets online at www.parkhillgardenwalk.org
$12/$10 for seniors
For 16-year-old dancer Macy Gosch, art imitates life as she portrays a conflicted teenager in Sonder, an immersive theater production, July 7 to 15 at the Studio Loft in the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
Xanadu will not be performed as previously announced for June 1 – 3. Instead, LaLa Land will be shown on June 3 at the Green in the 29th Ave. Town Center.
“Set squarely in 1980, Xanadu is cheesy and campy, with a fabulous love story and a passion for art,” says Charlie Packard, executive producer at the Aurora Fox Arts Center.
The March opening of Backstory: Western American Art in Context at History Colorado Center stamps the imprimatur of a new era on the institution, but one that returns the museum to its heritage, rooted in local and material culture.
The story of a high school student who commits suicide is not the kind of material usually targeted for mass consumption; the topic is mostly relegated to the darker edges of the indie world.
Punctuated by blistering satire, Paul Beatty’s novel The Sellout is the story of an unnamed, pot-smoking urban farmer in Los Angeles who, by a tragic series of events, becomes the owner of a willing slave.
The Art Gym, a do-it-yourself creative workspace and gallery in Mayfair, presents Alone + Together, a free exhibition featuring the work of three Denver artist couples, through May 20.
For the second year, the Denver Arts Festival, formerly known as the Downtown Denver Arts Festival, is returning to Stapleton’s Conservatory Green neighborhood.