A multi-piece art installation, anchored in the Arapaho language, asks skiers and riders to acknowledge the role snow plays in their lives, cultures and ecosystems
Native American objects, including human remains, sat in boxes at Western Colorado University for decades. Now a grant has fueled a renewed effort to find their proper home.
Facing fines from the state over derogatory Native American mascots, the Sangre de Cristo School District forged an agreement with the Jicarilla Apache Nation
Astis Mittens sees backlash over its Indigenous designs, says it’s working to hire Native artists
Columnist Laura Pritchett learned there’s only one known, awe-inspiring place where a geological feature frames the Major Lunar Standstill — between Chimney and Companion rocks.
Cloud, a Southern Ute tribal member, breaks down her ideas on water issues, basin tensions and possible collaborations.
The 187-unit apartment building with a symbolic circular design will include an Indian Health Services clinic and cultural programming in Denver.
Started as a way to help connect urban Native youth to their heritage, the annual Denver powwow showcases traditional hand work, dancing and drumming passed from one generation to another.
A request by a tribal government to have a “consultation” delays the vote to change the controversial name of 14,000-foot peak west of Denver.
After missteps that shut down an earlier exhibit, the museum painstakingly rebuilt trust. The new display rests on native voices.