Before throwing away that paper towel tube or foam packaging, think about what it could become with a little imagination. After all, one person’s trash can be another’s treasure, and the vehicle to make music, create art and even revamp into clothes. The idea of using found objects, aka trash, and turning them into something […]
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Art abounds in and around Denver, on the street, in galleries, hung on the walls of restaurants and inside the museums. With so many forms, it’s easy for those with an eye for visual creativity to find something new, thought provoking, or just plain cool to see. Juxtapose a romp around the local visual art […]
Take a trip to Lone Tree to delight in a decade-old arts center built around the idea of independent theater, live music, and shows for people of all ages and abilities. Those are the key elements of the Lone Tree Arts Center (LTAC), which offers not only inexpensive tickets to children’s performances in order to […]
Hand a kid a cardboard box and watch their imagination take over. Suddenly, this piece of trash becomes a race car, a rocket ship, a house for stuffed toys, or a turtle shell. Fuel that creative fire beyond the box by taking them places that not only let kids be kids, but offer means for […]
Put on the soundtrack to your favorite musical or listen to the latest album by a favored pop star to feel the difference a song makes. Does the music elevate the mood, get you going, or perhaps, relax you? There’s so much power when it comes to music, so it’s not surprising this art form […]
All the books, lessons and performances in the world won’t guarantee an actor a leading role, but mastering the art of the audition just might. That’s why for the past five years Grady Soapes, the DCPA Theatre Company’s Director of Casting, has long taught classes on how to perfect the art of the audition. And, […]
The holidays are here and with them comes Camp Christmas, Lonnie Hanzon’s vast winter wonderland of all things Santa, ornaments, gingerbread and lights at Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park. This year, said Hanzon, it will be bigger, better, have more lights, and offer visitors even more Christmas. “It’s really exciting to be back at the same […]
The feeling of seeing a story unfold live on stage is unlike anything else, and it’s absolutely something to share with your children. When they’re ready, that is. While there’s no set age for when kids can be introduced to the stage — each child is different after all — there are signs to look […]
There’s no doubt Christmas is coming, already the songs are being played and lights have been popping up here and there. Lonnie Hanzon, the creator of Camp Christmas, is ready for it. Now in its third year, with six acres of pure holiday magic including indoor and outdoor spaces and Santa’s glampsite, this installation is […]
Denver is ripe with talent, something easily heard when delving into the music scene. But while there are plenty of large venues to visit such as Red Rocks, Ball Arena and even our own Boettcher Concert Hall where the Colorado Symphony plays, smaller, more intimate places fuel the soundtrack of the city as well. Think […]