In her latest fairy tale art book “The Ookleberry Tree,” CU alum Judy Choi hopes to inspire people to stand up against anti-Asian bullying.
The CU College of Music will present Jules Massenet’s classic fairy tale opera “Cendrillon” on March 17 and 19 at Macky Auditorium.
This year’s Oscar nominations mark a step forward for AAPI representation, but one professor says the Academy can do more.
The tragic tale of Manon will take the stage for Boulder Opera at the Dairy Arts Center. The company will present Jules Massenet’s opera Manon based on the novel Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 18 and 19, with Amy Maples as Manon and Cody Laun as Des Greiux, under stage director Gene Roberts and conductor Steven Aguiló-Arbues.
This holiday season, Central City Opera will take their traveling production of Amahl and the Night Visitors, conducted by John Baril and directed by Iliana Lucero Barron, on the road. The company will perform in Boulder at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 13 and 14, at the First United Methodist Church.
This December, Boulder Opera will present an abridged, hour-long production of Hansel and Gretel, sung in English. The singers will be accompanied by pianist Aric Vihmeister and cellist Mathieu D’Ordine.
The Denver Art Museum’s “Her Brush: Japanese Women Artists” highlights self-expression and female empowerment in premodern Japan.
CU will present a modernized version of “The Drowsy Chaperone” that is more culturally sensitive and inclusive from Nov. 10 to 13.
On Oct. 24, Denver drag stars Wild Cherry Quartz and Calder Goodlay hosted GSA’s annual drag show, the Halloween-themed “Grave Affair.”
The CU Buffoons, the oldest a cappella group at CU Boulder, recently became gender-inclusive after nearly 60 years as an all-male group.