According to Nat Feather, a multidisciplinary artist, there is no other canvas on the planet quite like skin — one that moves and sneezes, twists and grows. “I’ve always been drawn to tattoos specifically because no other canvas is living ... and has their own emotions to connect with the ar…

The first time Stephanie Von Fange and Christine Flores ever worked together, it was as lab partners in a biology class. Now, almost a decade later, they are co-curators of the U OK? exhibition at GOCA Downtown.

When Mistia Fallon retired from professional performance and entertainment production to have her daughter, she realized she still wanted to be involved in the aerial community.

There’s no shortage of immaculate and meticulously curated art galleries here in Colorado Springs, but down on Royer Street — past a wastewater treatment plant, a cemetery and rows of warehouses — another kind of art space has been forming over the last two years.

The Kreuser Gallery will be presenting three new exhibits spanning three very different subjects beginning this month. Running May 7 to 28, visitors can enjoy Lupita Carrasco’s Motherhood Is Forever, Darla Slee’s Uprooting a Mountain: Norse Mythology Reimagined and Alvarez Squared by Chris A…

Just in time for National Shakespeare Day — Friday, April 23 — comes Flibbertigibbety Words, a brand new, Shakespeare-inspired children’s book by local author Donna Guthrie. Flibbertigibbety Words: Young Shakespeare Chases Inspiration follows a young William Shakespeare as he embarks upon a …

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Earth Day may still be another week away, but restricted crowd sizes and other COVID caveats have made it more important than ever to get a head start on volunteer or celebration plans. Check out this roundup of events happening all over the Pikes Peak region to find those that best suit you…

The downtown arts scene has a brand-new addition to its outdoor collection — a 10-mural display featuring the colorful, sport-themed works of the late LeRoy Neiman. The murals, which are free to view and open to the public, are displayed on the exterior walls of Weidner Field along Sahwatch …

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Like many artists, painter Carol McIntyre’s path to artistic success hasn’t exactly been linear. As a young college student fearful about the future, she gave up her artistic aspirations for a career in educational psychology. The choice, while safe, wasn’t easy. While she excelled in her ne…

The Independent Film Society of Colorado is taking its popular Colorado Short Circuit Film Festival online this year, bringing more than 50 independent, Colorado-based films to fans via streaming over a period of three days. Now in its fifth year, the festival, which is part of the Indie Spi…

To encourage social distancing during the spread of COVID-19, we are altering our regular “Event Horizon” section for the foreseeable future. While many local events are on hold, we will clue you into at least one local experience — this week: A preview of Lil' Miss Story Hour's Black Histor…

Explore history captured on film with Pueblo Library’s new online exhibit, “Natural Framing: The Life and Work of Frank D. Muramoto.” The exhibit is a fascinating look at the Japanese-American experience here in southern Colorado, as well as a unique display of Colorado history.

To encourage social distancing during the spread of COVID-19, we are altering our regular “Event Horizon” section for the foreseeable future. While many local events are on hold, we will clue you into at least one local experience — this week: A preview of Lil' Miss Story Hour's Black Histor…

To encourage social distancing during the spread of COVID-19, we are altering our regular “Event Horizon” section for the foreseeable future. While many local events are on hold, we will clue you into at least one local experience — this week: a new video about Latisha Hardy's dance troupe, …