This week from CPR’s Arts Bureau: Reflecting on a dynamic year in Colo. arts and culture
Colorado Public Radio
January 2, 2015
This week's in-depth coverage of the Colorado culture scene from CPR's arts bureau. Read more and listen online here.
CPR’s Arts Bureau recaps some of the year’s most significant cultural headlines across the state, including bring-your-own marijuana classical concerts, famed director Quentin Tarantino picking Telluride for his next film and two cities creating visions to integrate the arts into their communities.
Throughout 2014, Colorado Matters and Denver’s Tattered Cover Book Store hosted interviews with some of the best authors in the state. Listen to a collection of favorite conversations from the year, including Denver author Peter Heller discussing his gripping novel “The Painter” and Antonya Nelson sharing her colorful short stories.
CPR Classical reflects on its favorites moments in the CPR Performance Studio of 2014, featuring guests such as The Dover Quartet string ensemble, Denver School of the Arts students and more.
Some of the state’s most beloved musicians shared their stories on Colorado Matters this past year. Listen to several favorite music interviews from songsmith Esme Patterson, bluegrass band Hot Rize and Denver cornet player Ron Miles.
OpenAir asks notable members of the Colorado arts scene, such as Neyla Pekarek of The Lumineers and DeVotchka’s Shawn King, to share their favorite tunes from 2014.
Arts happenings around Colorado this weekend: CPR’s Arts Bureau spotlights this weekend’s Colorado cultural events, including a husband and wife exhibition, theater created in 24 hours and more.
Coverage from CPR's arts bureau is now also available as a weekly podcast via iTunes and the NPR podcast directory.