The Colorado Springs nonprofit Finding Our Voices provides healing art activities for survivors of sexual assault. The organization's annual art show, "Survivor Art Exhibit," opens Friday at Cottonwood Center for the Arts.
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Seven local arts organizations were awarded more than $480,000 in COVID-19 economic relief from Colorado Creative Industries.
Black-and-white photos, from five different protest sites across the country, are featured in "Will the U.S. Ever Be Us," a new exhibit by Fountain photographer Rachel Cubi-Riley at Cottonwood Center for the Arts. The free show is up through Feb. 27.
Despite the cold weather and the tightening of restrictions due to the pandemic, First Friday Downtown, along with first Friday art walks in Old Colorado City and Manitou Springs, soldiers on. Some galleries continue to hold in-person, distanced and limited entry opening receptions, while others continue to offer their new shows online.
First Friday will offer another Virtual First Friday Challenge, as well as a third gallery opening to the public.
Virtual First Friday will include a drive-by exhibit at Cottonwood Center for the Arts and a socially-distanced, in-person exhibit at Art111 Gallery & Supply in downtown Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs creatives offer art making, music and more through virtual platforms.
Climate change, tattooists and prison art are featured in Colorado Springs art exhibits this week.
New art exhibits open up around the Pikes Peak region, along with multiple holiday art markets.
The first week of November is an early holiday gift to people who love to stroll through a museum, talk to an artist and indulge in cultural experiences.