Jack C. Newall’s “Monuments” explores the multi-faceted journey of grief in a heart-wrenching, absurd and at times hallucinogenic way.
The College of Music’s Class of 2021 will livestream a 12-hour concert on Friday to raise money for Boulder’s Musicians Relief Fund.
Denver drag stars Wild Cherry Quartz and Calder Goodlay hosted this year’s drag show, “Paranormal Activity,” at CU on Easter Sunday.
This year, BIFF will feature award-winning actors Alec Baldwin, Javier Bardem, a documentary by CU alum Holly Morris and more.
During the Q&A, Liu talked about his experiences of growing up Chinese Canadian and the importance of Asian representation in Hollywood.
John Lyly’s romantic comedy “Gallathea,” showing Feb. 16 to 20 in the Loft Theater, will explore gender identity and true love.
At the Boulder Bookstore, Oct. 21, CU Alum Jenny Shank will speak about “Mixed Company,” her short story collection.
At the Boulder Bookstore, Sept. 16, Morphew will discuss her book about the mindful strategies for building wealth.
For AAPI heritage month, four female creatives reflect on their heritage and artistic style.
Donna Weng Friedman supports the AAPI community with a recording of diverse composers.
Baritone John Seesholtz and the Sohap Ensemble will perform “Lost Songs.”
Dad Village Symphony Orchestra to present virtual concert with a diverse program.
Christen Malloy, the winner of CSI’s 2021 Poetry Slam, uses poetry to fight for social justice and explore her identity as a trans woman.
“In the Spotlight,” directed by senior Steven Thai, explores Asian American identity and parental expectations.
In Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure,” a powerful question emerges: will abusive men in power be brought to justice?
CU Faculty Tuesday performance on March 9 to explore identity in music.
Hackbarth is transforming the historic Saguache Hotel, located about 3.5 hours south of Boulder, into a mixed use creative venue.
CU student leaders are creating a video tribute to Elijah McClain, featuring spoken word performances over “A Change is Gonna Come.”
Jorgensen and Bryant discuss their CD of Beethoven’s violin sonatas, played on period instruments
Lady Romeo, a band of CU musicians, reflects on their debut EP, recorded in a shed amidst the pandemic.
The story behind Boulder-based new music label Starkland, founded by Thomas Steenland in 1991.
With 48 musicians, CU composer Jordan Holloway remotely premieres his symphony, a powerful, refreshing take on American patriotism.
CU musicians Asha Romeo and Eli Harvey use music as activism in the Black Lives Matter movement.
CU Boulder’s David Korevaar has recorded 22 Beethoven piano sonatas in 22 days and has 10 more to go.
The Dairy Arts Center goes online with the “Free Range Dairy,” connecting Boulder’s community to the arts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the Boulder Philharmonic struggles financially from canceled events, the orchestra is determined to support its musicians and community.
CU composition major Dianna Link wants to raise awareness of female composers in a male-dominated field.
Chicago jazz guitarist, Joel Paterson will bring the holiday spirit to the Fox Theater Dec. 8, opening for JD McPherson.
CU Professor Jackson Crawford, who translated the Old Norse runes for “Frozen 2,” shares his experience working for Disney.
Dusty Slay, known for his “dry, country comedy,” will be coming to Boulder in August, 2019.
In an exclusive interview, the CUI hears from CU alum Judy Choi about her and her niece, Phoenix Brown’s, new debut poetry book on being Chinese Americans.