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Success Stories from July

July was full of inspiring stories from the Pikes Peak region’s creative community, including a moving benefit concert for the victims of the Orlando shooting, the launch of our region’s new literary journal, attendance of 90,000 for Summer Symphony . . .

Success Stories from June

In June, creatives from across the Pikes Peak region deserved applause for a wide range of inspiring successes, including a record-breaking season for the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Theatre Company, new public art exhibitions in Tri-Lakes and Downtown Colorado Springs, and national accolades …

Reach Arts Month Fans this Fall

Arts Month 2016 is just around the corner, and the Cultural Office has negotiated some exciting deals and new opportunities to promote your work!

Just Released: Free Outdoor Summer Concert Guide

There are 135 free outdoor summer concerts in our region this summer, and we have your definitive PeakRadar.com guide to all of them!

Success Stories from May

In May, creatives from across the Pikes Peak region deserved applause for a wide range of inspiring successes, including a Spirit of the Springs Award, several new local murals, and one artist whose newest public art installation has transformed a bridge …

May Arts News from the Cultural Office

The new and improved PeakRadar.com has launched! The website is now easier to use, full of upgrades, and beautiful on any device! If you haven’t visited lately, check it out, and spread the word far and wide that the Pikes Peak region’s cultural calendar is better than ever before…

April Arts News from the Cultural Office

We’re proud to share our 2015 Annual Report to the Community, a colorful story of our impact and reach across the Pikes Peak region last year. Our sincere thanks to all of the inspiring partners, donors, sponsors and funders who make our unique work possible for the creative community throughout the year …

March Arts News from the Cultural Office

El Paso County is hosting a reception on Friday, March 4 from 4:00-5:30 pm to celebrate a new partnership with Cottonwood Center for the Arts to provide rotating artwork for the walls of the Centennial Hall government building. We applaud the County for their support of local arts & culture …

February Arts News from the Cultural Office

Members of Americans for the Arts, the leading organization for advancing the arts and arts education in America, have elected Andy Vick as a member of their Executive Committee for the United States Urban Arts Federation (USUAF), an alliance of the chief executives of local arts agencies in the nation’s 60 largest cities …

Five Year Strategic Plan

The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR) is pleased to share our newest strategic plan, which will guide our organizational efforts through the year 2020. We hope you’ll agree that this new strategic plan is a powerful tool that will help COPPeR to continue its important work in our community…