Get Ready for Arts Month 2019

Get Ready for Arts Month 2019

Friends in the arts, 

We’re getting ready to launch our 6th annual Arts Month awareness campaign in print, digital, television, radio, billboards, banners, email, social media and more! Across the Pikes Peak region, Arts Month urges residents and tourists to “have one new arts & cultural experience with friends or family during October.” And, as part of a special collaboration with Visit Colorado Springs, we’re taking a first step this year to promote Arts Month beyond our region to drive cultural tourism!

While the Cultural Office leads this effort, Arts Month wouldn’t be what it is without over 30 official partners … and YOU! Below, you’ll find resources to help you make the most of this year’s campaign.

Here are 5 easy ways that I hope you’ll help:

1. Invite people in your network to participate in Arts Month – get inspired by the events listed at PeakRadar.com/ArtsMonth!

2. Use the Arts Month Toolkit to incorporate logos, artwork, and language from the campaign into your communications.

3. Like and share our Arts Month social media posts.

4. Use #ArtsOctober and set your artsy social posts to “public” through October 31.

5. Kick off Arts Month with us at The Artini on September 27 and invite your friends, family, and colleagues to come with you!

Working together, we can broaden the overall reach of Arts Month, engaging new and diverse audiences in local arts & culture throughout our community.

Andy Vick

Executive Director, Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region

 

 

Save These Dates to Join Us

 

Each fall, the Cultural Office presents two showcases of local arts for the community. Save these dates and learn more below!

 

 

 

Advertise Your Artistry

 

Last Call! Take advantage of these discounted ways to increase your visibility through the Cultural Office and our media partners:

·     RESERVE BY SEPT. 20! Arts Month Cooperative Advertising Program: Starting at $150/week, these print ads run in weekly Arts Month spreads in The Colorado Springs Independent, Colorado Springs Business Journal, and 3 military papers, all for one price.

·     Digital Ads on PeakRadar.com: For $100, these digital ads are available year-round on PeakRadar.com, where they receive 17,000 impressions per week, or in our popular “Peak Radar Picks” weekly e-blast to 17,000+ inboxes.

 

 

Meet the Faces of the Arts Month Campaign

 

Each year, the Arts Month campaign features artists and arts organizations from across Colorado’s Pikes Peak region, splashed across banners, posters, print ads, and digital platforms. In this way, we visually celebrate the diversity of local art and the real people who make it happen all year long! Meet this year’s Faces of the Campaign here.

 

 

Attend a Proclamation with Your Elected Officials

 

The Cultural Office secures Arts Month proclamations from 2 counties and 6 local municipalities: El Paso County, Teller County, City of Colorado Springs, Cripple Creek, Fountain, Manitou Springs, Monument, and Woodland Park. We present about the value of the local creative sector at each one – and you can attend! It’s a great chance to emphasize your support for local arts & culture to your elected officials. Find the full schedule here and join us!

 

 

 

Look For Our New Art & Culture Guide

The 2020 edition of our annual guide to local arts & culture, the Peak Radar Pages, will be released Sunday, Oct. 6 in Sunday editions of The Gazette. An additional 7,000 copies will be on shelves at local tourism sites, attractions, and community hubs across the region. Pick up a copy once they’re released to learn more about over 400 local arts & cultural groups & organizations.

 

 

Visit the Official Arts Month Landing Page

 

With hundreds of events in 31 days, it’s easy to “have one new arts & cultural experience with friends or family this October.” Find all the event listings and all of the info about Arts Month 2019 at the campaign webpage. (Please share it, too!)

https://www.PeakRadar.com/ArtsMonth

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