The Colorado Art Report: Remembering Andy Warhol, the fate of a downtown Denver arts complex and more
Colorado Public Radio
May 23, 2014
|Photo: Mark Sink (Credit: CPR/Mark Coulter)|
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On this week's show: Reporter Megan Verlee investigates the uncertain future of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts Complex, as the city rethinks how it operates the venue from the inside out.
Joanne Davidson, who has been the Denver Post’s society editor for nearly three decades, chats with Chloe Veltman about what her column looks like these days and how this shift is reflective of broader cultural shifts in Colorado.
Denver-based photographer Mark Sink worked with pop art icon Andy Warhol in the 1980s and captured countless images of the artist. In light of the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition “Modern Masters,” which displays one of Warhol’s famous pieces, Sink shares stories from his friendship with Warhol, including the infamous snowmobile accident in Colorado.
Harpist Keely Marie Miller and break dancer Chase Evered perform a radio dance inspired by their collaboration for “Murmuration,” an annual dance showcase that takes place at a new venue in Boulder on Saturday, May 31.
CPR's the Colorado Art Report airs on Fridays at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tune in live or access online at any time.