COVID-19 Arts Response Resource Page

COVID-19 Arts Response Resource Page

This resource page was created during the 2020-2021 COVID-19 Pandemic and is no longer in use, as of spring 2021.

As the community response to COVID-19/coronavirus sweeps the United States, the creative sector is being deeply affected. As your local arts agency, the Cultural Office will continue to share resources, tips and “best practices” from our colleagues across the nation and here in the Pikes Peak region. We’ll be updating this page as frequently as possible to help ensure that our local arts community has as the information it needs to survive and persevere during this unprecedented public health crisis.

Tips for Local Arts Supporters ...

You can help your favorite local artists and arts organizations to weather these challenging times by:

  • Donating back the cost of any cancelled tickets.
  • Taking an online class or workshop.
  • Purchasing artwork, memberships, or gift cards now for future giving or use.
  • Volunteering your time or in-kind services.
  • Leaving a positive online review for a local gallery or art-related business.
  • Making a financial contribution! We recommend supporting the local Artist Recovery Fund for individual artists, the Emergency Relief Fund for nonprofits, or the Survive & Thrive Small Business Emergency Relief Fund.
Mural by Mike Fudge on Cottonwood Center for the Arts

Funding Sources and Resources for the Arts Community


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