Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College will open the new exhibit, "Ansel Adams: Masterworks," featuring 48 of his photos from the portfolio, "Museum Set." The collection includes his famous landscapes from across the country, portraits and architectural and cultural sites.
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The 36th annual Colorado College Summer Music Festival will produce the city's first live orchestra concerts in more than a year. The three-week festival attracts pre-professional musicians from around the globe who live on the CC campus while studying and playing with some of the best educators and professional musicians working today. A crew from the PBS classical music TV series, "Now Hear This," also will film part of the festival for an upcoming episode focusing on composer Aaron Copland.
Gilbert Johns, a Colorado College professor and dean, who also helped found the now-defunct Colorado Opera Festival in the '70s, and was a Gazette arts critic at large for a decade, died Wednesday in Chicago. He was 89.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College will present its new program, City as a Venue, from June through October. Performances and other activities will take place on a new stage outside the museum and other locations around town.
Cottonwood Center for the Arts is home to more than 100 creatives who rent studio space. The nonprofit arts complex also offers a variety of classes, a monthly exhibit and support for community artists. A day in the life of the center reveals painters, potters, photographers, woodworkers and more who often make a living off their craft.
Stephen Scott, the man behind Colorado College's world-renowned Bowed Piano Ensemble, died March 10 due to complications of dementia.
After more than 25 years with KRCC Music, DJ and music coordinator Vicky Gregor will retire this summer.
Seven local arts organizations were awarded more than $480,000 in COVID-19 economic relief from Colorado Creative Industries.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College's Executive Director Idris Goodwin was announced Wednesday as one of United States Artists' class of Fellows for 2021. The award came with a $50,000 unrestricted cash prize, meaning Goodwin, who's also a break beat poet, award-winning playwright and arts educator, can spend it however he desires.
A look back at the effects of the year and the pandemic on theater and music in the Pikes Peak region.