The Colorado Art Report: The Colorado Art Report: Making movies with drones, Union Station facelift and more
Colorado Public Radio
July 25, 2014
|"Sceena Deer" by Mai Wyn Schantz, |
print on aluminum (Photo: Courtesy of the artist)
Tune in to the Colorado Art Report, CPR's weekly arts show hosted by Chloe Veltman, for in-depth coverage of the Colorado culture scene.
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On this week's show:
Denver's newly renovated Union Station houses 600 works of art by Colorado artists as well as historic relics. Chloe Veltman met up with the founders of Nine dot Arts, who curated the collection, to learn about the inspiration behind the project.
Arts reporter Corey H. Jones investigates how Colorado filmmakers are using specialized drones to shoot scenes for their movies without permission from lawmakers.
A pair of current exhibitions at the Denver Art Museum (DAM) and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs find parallels between Japanese and Colorado cultures. Chloe Veltman tours the show at DAM with its curator, Ron Y. Otsuka.
Su Teatro Performing Arts and Cultural Center is shifting from theater to music this weekend to celebrate Mexican-American culture with its Chicano Music Festival. Denver singing duo Yolanda Ortega and Debra Gallegos share a haunting folk song with CPR.
CPR's 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.