Seven local arts organizations were awarded more than $480,000 in COVID-19 economic relief from Colorado Creative Industries.
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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.
Theatreworks and Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre Company offer two different cabaret series featuring performers the Pikes Peak region.
"Zoo Motel," by Colorado Springs native and Colorado College graduate Thaddeus Phillips, is a live, interactive play featuring Phillips live from Cajica, Colombia, where he's transformed his studio into a strange hotel room.
“Papel Chicano Dos,” a traveling exhibit of works on paper from performer Cheech Marin's collection, will land Friday at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. It will be up through June 26.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College will reopen its museum galleries Nov. 12.
"Living Safely Between," by Colorado Springs dancer and choreographer Jordan McHenry, will feature a series of short solo pieces by local dancers.
Colorado Springs artist Liz McCombs used her passion for gardening to inspire the new exhibit "Secret Garden" at the Bridge Gallery. The show runs through October and features human-like sculptures in the mysterious process of transformation.
October is Arts Month in Colorado Springs and around the country. Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region encourages people to get out and try one new cultural experience this month.