Spring in winter

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Punching up

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Arts & Culture

To be transformed

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As an avid theater lover, I’m always excited to try a new experience. Last spring, I was intrigued when a friend...

A little of the absurd

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"Hold on just one moment,” Gerda Rovetch says over the phone, “I just need to fortify myself with a pen.” 

Dark spaces

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Stacey Steers’ films are far from straightforward. She uses collage to stitch together found imagery like Victorian illustrations and silent movie...

Outside the gallery walls

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When you enter an art gallery, you agree to an experience. There will be some sort of exchange between art and...

If you knew my story

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There’s something about folk music — the twang of a banjo, the lonesome drawl of a singer’s voice — that captures...

The hakawati

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Across the Potomac, Helen Zughaib could see the Pentagon burning from her home in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 11, 2001. Soon...

Voices of dissent

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“We must not confuse dissent with disloyalty. When the loyal opposition dies, I think the soul of America dies with it.” —Edward...

Rebel with a cause

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In Swahili, the word ujamaa means “familyhood.” Some translate it as “extended family” or “brotherhood,” but for Tanzanian natives like Robert...

The intimate is political

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In the months leading up to the 2016 presidential election, Boulder-based artists Julie Maren and Joy Alice Eisenhauer were excited. The...

The antidote to despair

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In a storage unit in Boulder sits a sort of museum of remembrance, momentos of lives past, curated intentionally by CU...

The steep walls of the pyramid

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Success, acclaim and wealth can be a dream come true for many artists. But when Jonathan Saiz’s artistic career began to...

‘A resting place for worried minds’

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"I know it’s hard to believe, but these days I feel upset a lot of the time,” says artist Kathryn Jill...