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‘Anamnesis – The Remembering of Things’ invites reflection on social issues

Christy Ferrato’s art spans spectrum of mixed media

Piedra Vista High School theater presents 'Pirates!’

Children’s show presented for the first time since pandemic

Utah Shakespeare Festival to perform Othello at Montezuma-Cortez High School

Production set to make one-night appearance on March 2

American Ballet Theatre Studio Company coming to San Juan College

Dance into spring with professionalism, artistry and innovation by rising ballet stars

‘Loving nature drove the success of my photography’: John Fielder on donating his life’s legacy to History Colorado

His gift includes more than 5,000 photos selected from his vast collection.

Farmington Cinematheque presents ‘Selma’ at San Juan College

Series opens Feb. 21 at the Connie Gotsch Theatre

Mustang Camp wins award for best illustrations in children’s book

New York collaborator is on the board of the New Mexico camp

Zu Gallery’s ‘Food’ art show to benefit Good Samaritan Food Pantry

Zu gallery plans sixth community pop-up show

Alec Baldwin to be charged with manslaughter in shooting

SANTA FE – Prosecutors announced Thursday that actor Alec Baldwin and a weapons specialist will be charged with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer who was ki...

‘Dirty South’ exhibit celebrates hip-hop’s place among American art forms

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver displays visual, sonic output of Southern culture

These portraits at Denver’s Clyfford Still Museum are reuniting Native people with their ancestors – and forging new bonds

As part of the Clyfford Still Museum’s 10th anniversary, a special exhibition of the portraits and other works is forging a new relationship between the museum and tribal communities in Washington.

Cortez American Legion to host benefit Jan. 21 for musician

Doors open at 2 p.m. for Larry Easterling benefit