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DCPA selects two local projects to develop as part of its Powered by Off-Center Program 

The Bright Lights of Denver and Don Quixote de Auraria chosen from 39 submissions representing 82 Colorado artists DCPA Off-Center is pleased to announce not one, but two projects have been selected as part of its Powered By Off-Center program. The Bright Lights of Denver, created by Kenny Moten and Jessica Hindsley, will receive a […]

COVID-safe Van Gogh Alive comes to life at Stanley Marketplace

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Stephen Lindsay & Brett Sirota and Andrew Kay Management in partnership with Grande Experiences present Van Gogh Alive, a large-scale, multi-sensory experience to entertain the whole family. For a limited time only — July 9 through September 26 in The Hangar at Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace — audiences have the unique […]

Lia Bonfilio. Photo Credit: Adams Visual Communications.

Who is Charlie Miller?

Charlie Miller has been working with the DCPA for more than 12 years. Originally hired as a “Multimedia Specialist,” Miller has been involved in numerous projects and is currently working with the Artistic Department as the Off-Center Curator.

Till Nowak and Elizabeth Harper speak during the August 5 Mixed Taste: At Home

What you missed in Mixed Taste: Augmented Reality & The Cult of the Dead

Our virtual summer lecture series got a little trippy and very creepy (in a good way) last week when we learned all about Augmented Reality and The Cult of the Dead.

Speakers for Mixed Taste Lecture Series

What you missed in Mixed Taste: Keith Haring & Smog Meringues

Our summer lecture series got artsy and a little smelly with night two. Mixed Taste, co-presented with MCA Denver, combines two totally different topics for one evening of fun and weirdness and last night was no different.

Phamaly Theatre Company Artistic Director Regan Linton was a presenter at Monday's 'Immerse In Access' event. Photo by John Moore.

How to approach improving accessibility? Start with, ‘Don’t be a jerk!’

Denver’s diverse grassroots community of immersive artists gathers for insight on how to be more inclusive