Adam Lerner, visionary director of MCA Denver, stepping down in 2019

Adam Lerner, the acclaimed director of this Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, will step down in June following a decade-long tenure where he built an global reputation for a risk-taking, influential and fiscally savvy leader at a fast paced creative hub. “My present contract expires in June and the museum is at a very healthy
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Free Night at the Museums and more top picks for Denver Arts Week 2018, Nov. 2-10

Denver Arts Week is 1 part advertising for the region’s ethnic offerings and also one area inspiration for civic-minded citizens to get out and make the most of all the great things going on here. The simple fact that it includes a couple of excellent bargains on local attractions which makes it hard to resist.
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Denver’s nonprofit arts and culture activity reached nearly $2 billion last year, new study finds

Nonprofit arts and culture action in the seven-country metro region reached a record $1.9 billion in 2017, supporting improved employment, capital spending and tourism, according to another study by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. That’s an 8-percent growth since 2015, the previous year the study was conducted, CBCA officials said. “It is a really
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At Denver’s Robischon Gallery, John Buck’s fantastical art machines power a deep look into present-day psychology

Robischon Gallery has held a lock on big money art in Denver. In a city this size, there’s room for just one major contemporary art participant and Robischon has capitalized on its position on top, assembling an unbeatable roster of close and much talent that has kept the momentum going for more than three decades.
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From “Dior” to “Dear Evan Hansen,” Denver’s big-name shows building city’s cultural reputation

RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post The Star Wars and The Power of Costume display at The Denver Art Museum on Nov. 10, 2016. RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post A Tusken Raider costume is really on screen at the Star Wars and The Power of Costume display at The Denver Art Museum, Nov. 10, 2016. RJ
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Breckenridge residents want popular, wooden troll sculpture removed

Breckenridge’s is however its lifespan might make cut short, as it seems the troll might soon fall victim. The buzz about media has been intense since the roughly troll, constructed of reclaimed wood, came up the Wellington Trail in Breckenridge for a summer arts festival. The pun ’s name is “Isak Heartstone,” given him by
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Why everyone in the classical arts ought to be paying attention to Philly

There were instances during Opera Philadelphia’s Festival O18 a week when you wondered precisely how weird things were going to get. It may happen to be when the mezzo-soprano showed up in a fake beard singing “We Are the Champions. ” Or possibly when that trio of youthful singers came far too close to getting
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Legendary dancer Cleo Parker Robinson’s final performance will be Friday

Famous singer and 70-year-old Denver indigenous Cleo Parker Robinson will take her final grand twist on the dance floor Friday night through her ensemble’s “Rhapsody in Black” on the University of Denver campus. “It’s rich that nothing feels final for mepersonally, ” Robinson said. “This really is an extraordinary new start. I am going to
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School shootings as street art: A controversial sign riles RiNo

If you walk through the RiNo area Tuesday, you re bound to find a bevy of funky street art with the launch of the Crush Walls urban art festival. But it’s one contentious article of street art in particular, unaffiliated with the festival, that has sparked conversation around the area. Over the weekend, what appeared
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A Marvel marathon and more Denver-area deals starting Aug. 24

Max-imum savings Super savings combine! Build your buddies in Aug. 30 to Sept. 6 to celebrate the Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Film Festival in UA Colorado Center Stadium 9 (2000 S. Colorado Blvd.) at Denver. The movie marathon features all 20 Marvel Studios films in IMAX. Available for purchase on the Regal cell app, the
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