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Invitation for a Free One-Day Training

Pikes Peak region arts groups – you are invited! Explore how to more fully develop customer loyalty and engagement in a free one-day workshop about campaign ideas and patron relationships with TRG Arts and arts organizations from across the Front Range …

Colorado Springs’ TRG Arts wins the 2017 CREATE Award

“… In addition to acknowledging TRG’s impactful work in the creative sector, this recognition from CBCA is an important opportunity to represent Colorado Springs in a positive light at the state level.” said Andy Vick, Executive Director of the Cultural Office.

AAFCOS Dream Team Offers Arts Marketing Support

The Cultural Office has been chosen as the American Advertising Federation of Colorado Springs (AAFCOS) Public Service Marketing & Media Partner for 2017. As part of this exciting program, a dream team from AAFCOS will promote our local arts community like never before …

A New Gazette Partnership + PeakRadar.com Spotlights Creatives

Thanks to The Gazette, the next edition of the Peak Radar Pages will be inserted into the paper during Arts Month, reaching approximately 70,000 people! Plus, we announce a new feature on PeakRadar.com, share the latest local opportunities in the arts, a save the date you’ll want on your March calendar, and more …

Growth in 2016 and PeakRadar’s 10 Most-Viewed Events of the Year!

We’re proud to share the inspiring growth of PeakRadar.com in 2016, plus details about our new art exhibition, featuring the abstract paintings of Black Forest artist Carol McIntyre, and a roundup of news from around the creative community this December …

Coming Feb. 3-5: AIR:Shift™ Workshop!

The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region is pleased to present the next AIR:Shift™ Workshop over the weekend of February 3-5, 2017. The workshop is all about finding the synergies between arts and business, and then leveraging those synergies to have a meaningful impact in our community …

A Happy New Year for Arts & Culture

This has truly been a banner year for our cultural community and for the Cultural Office, which celebrated our 10th anniversary in 2016. Here are just a few of the highlights of the year behind us and what we’re looking forward to in the cultural year ahead …

Support the Cultural Office before December 31, and you could win dinner for two at Nosh!

As the leader of our “small but mighty” team at the Cultural Office, I want to thank you for your ongoing support of arts & culture in our community. I’m proud of all that we’ve accomplished this past year, and I hope you’ll help to fuel our impact into 2017 and beyond!

Ideas for an Art-Full Thanksgiving

As we prepare for the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday, the Cultural Office invites you to consider three inspiring ways to incorporate more creativity into your celebrations this week and throughout the holiday season!

Arts Opportunities

Here is November’s roundup of opportunities for creatives currently listed on PeakRadar.com, from auditions for actors and musicians to calls for artists and opportunities in local public art. What’s next for you?