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KDUR hosts Furniture as Art

Fundraising auction back in person at Fort Lewis College

Susan Kennedy’s crochet inspired by Southwest

She’ll talk about her new book, ‘Crochet Southwest Spirit,“ at Maria’s Bookshop

It’s Spring Gallery Walk time

Check out what’s new in Durango galleries on Friday night

Review: Fort Lewis College hosts provocative senior show

A collective wake-up call at FLC

Studio & brings together artists for new show

What do you get when you bring together a supergroup of three talented local artists and ask them to explore light? You get the art that’s featured in Studio & Gallery’s latest show, “Lumine...

Mary Quant, miniskirt designer who swung the 60s, dies at 93

LONDON – Mary Quant, the visionary fashion designer whose colorful, sexy miniskirts epitomized Swinging London in the 1960s and influenced youth culture around the world, has died. She was 9...

Al Jaffee, longtime Mad magazine cartoonist, dead at 102

NEW YORK (AP) — Al Jaffee, Mad magazine's award-winning cartoonist and ageless wise guy who delighted millions of kids with the sneaky fun of the Fold-In and the snark of "Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions," has died. He was 102.

Fort Lewis College launches Arts April Fest

Major performance of ‘Messiah’ to be performed

Rawling opens full-service art exhibit with ‘Tracks’ at Studio &

Show features abstract painting, music

Leiji Matsumoto, known for antiwar anime, space tales, dies

TOKYO – Leiji Matsumoto, the anime creator known for “Space Battleship Yamato” and other classics using a fantastical style and antiwar themes, has died at age 85. His manga works “Galaxy E...

Photographer David Yarrow captures iconic images in ‘Storytelling’

Artist will be in Durango next week

New year, new art space: Gallery opens at 11th Street Station

Grand opening planned for Jan. 20
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