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Fostering Your Child’s Love for Music

By: Katilyn Erikson Around 31% of people in the US who play musical instruments are aged between five and 17, as found in a NAMM/Gallup Survey. Approximately half of all American households, meanwhile, have a musical instrument, with instruments such as the piano and guitar being the most popular. Various studies have shown that playing […]

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities presents The Great Gatsby: A Radio Play

Widely considered to be a literary masterpiece, The Great Gatsby has been depicted on stage, television and on the big screen. This spring, the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities offers its own radio play of the novel, with original music and sound design Zachary Andrews, performed by Andrews and Sydnee Fullmer. Jay Gatsby, […]

Out of the Box Virtual Show

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance and Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities present Out of the Box: A Virtual Celebration of Dance, streaming August 22 through 28

Fifty years ago, two young women of color put it all on the line to create a dance company in Denver, Colorado. Cleo Parker Robinson, Founder, and Schyleen Qualls Brown, new Poet-In-Residence and founding member, sought to convene community, art and dance.