The work of bringing the cultural plan to life now begins!

The work of bringing the cultural plan to life now begins!

Thank you again for participating and following the project of Arts Vision 2030. The process touched 4,500 people and 664 made direct contributions. After years of planning and months of public input, research and reflection, we, the creative community of the Pike Peak region, released our new 2020-2030 cultural plan on October 27. The cultural plan is complete!

The webpage above is the new online home of the cultural plan. will go dark at the end of the year, as our input phase is now complete.

The work of bringing the plan to life now begins!

The cultural plan is now a living framework to guide collaboration, strategy, investment, vision, and more. No one organization or person alone can fulfill it. Instead, it will take the entire regional arts and cultural community, along with cross-sector partners and local leaders, to make it happen! To inspire you, we have commissioned Pikes Peak Poet Laureate, Ashley Cornelius, to craft an original poem for the plan, titled “The Time is Now.” Read it here or watch her perform it here.

Thank you for the honor of stewarding this inspiring process. We look forward to working alongside you all to make this vision a reality in the years ahead.


Angela Seals, Local Project Coordinator

Andy Vick and David Siegel, Co-Chairs of Arts Vision 2030

On behalf of plan stewards: the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region and the Bee Vradenburg Foundation


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