September News From the Cultural Office

September News From the Cultural Office


National Arts in Education Week

Next week (Sept 10-16) is National Arts in Education Week! This national celebration recognizes the transformative power of the arts in education. The week is designated to bring attention to this cause for elected officials and educational decision makers across the country and to support equitable access to the arts for all students.


We encourage you to get loud and rally around our arts educators!

To learn more about how you can celebrate National Arts in Education Week, click here.

Arts Educators Meetup

photo of brushes covered in bright colored paint

Calling all arts educators! Join us at the Millibo Art Theatre’s beautiful garden patio on Monday, September 25 from 5-7PM for an Arts Educators Meetup.


Whether you work in the community or are school-affiliated, we want to connect with you. Please join us in connecting arts educators across the Pikes Peak region and building a sustainable community of practice!

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Gazette Local Arts Guide!


the cover of last year's guide to arts month gazette insert

As part of the Cultural Office’s Arts Month partnership with the Gazette, we will again publish the Local Arts Guide as an insert in the Sunday, Oct. 1 edition of the paper. The guide will feature spotlights on local arts organizations, Arts Month details, and more!

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If you’d like to purchase advertising in this year’s guide, contact:

Traci A. Conrad

Director of Local Market Development

The Gazette

Watch Today’s Art Month Info Session

Sonata (redefined)


The Cultural Office’s next art exhibit will be Sonata (redefined), plein air paintings by Marjorie Vernelle. We’re excited to host her lyrical botanical and landscape paintings as we head into fall!


Stay tuned for more details regarding the opening reception in early October.


The Petite Rotary Butterflies are currently on display through 9/22!

watercolor painting of a waterfall


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