COPPeR is the acronym for “Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region,” a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that supports and promotes the creative community here in the Pikes Peak region. Typically, we’ll just refer to ourselves as the “Cultural Office.”
El Paso County and Teller County.
No. We serve the entire community, and most of our services are available at no cost. However, donations from individuals and businesses are always welcome!
PeakRadar.com, the community’s premier online cultural calendar, is one of the Cultural Office’s many programs (like Arts Month, or the Business & Arts Lunch).
Due to COVID-19, the free First Friday Shuttle Bus is not running this year. Hopefully, the Shuttle Bus will return in 2021 from April-October, with one route from Downtown Colorado Springs to Old Colorado City, and a second route from Old Colorado City to Manitou Springs.
Free copies of the Peak Radar Pages are available from our office in Downtown Colorado Springs, from all the branches of the Pikes Peak Library District, and from many other cultural organizations and tourist locations throughout the community. The current copies circulating are the 2020 edition, released in October 2019. This is the most current issue at this time. Due to COVID-19, our office is currently closed, so please email info@CulturalOffice.org to make special pickup arrangements. You can also access the content online from the 2020 edition.
To learn more about Peak Arts Prize, visit PeakArtsPrize.org.
To learn more about Military Arts Connection, visit MilitaryArtsConnection.org.
To learn more about Curbside Culture, visit PeakRadar.com/CurbsideCulture.