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This new project will commission up to four unique, public artworks by local artists for permanent installation in the new hospital, united by the theme of courage. One of the pieces will be created collaboratively with the pediatric patients and other members of the broader community.
The Broadmoor World Arena will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year. As the largest indoor entertainment venue in the region, many residents and tourists have settled into its purple seats to take in a Colorado College hockey game, arena rock concert or even a local graduation ceremony.
The Congressional Art Competition began in 1982 and still showcases student artwork on exhibition walls around the United States every spring. The competition gives high school artists a chance to exhibit their creations in their local community and compete for a grand prize: two round-trip airfare tickets to attend a reception in Washington, D.C., View more
“When I hear adults or little kids say, ‘Oh, I don’t like clowns,’ I think, ‘Oh, you haven’t really seen a real clown.’”
On most summer nights, the Pikes Peak Region is full of outdoor music opportunities for you to check out!
Check out these sweet events created specifically to help celebrate with Mom!
While some members are professionals and sell their creations, most become gifts or treasured living room accents.
No matter. It’s passion that motivates these carvers.
“Just because you can buy everything molded in plastic doesn’t mean you have to or should,” Armstrong says. “There’s a lot to be said for wood.”
The Sunrise Players have discovered there is a niche for family friendly musical productions on the north end of Colorado Springs. This fall, they will celebrate their 10th anniversary of producing community based musical theater in Briargate.
Over the past decade, Broadmoor Bluffs resident Herman Tiemens has become a highly visible supporter of our local arts and cultural community. From the Colorado Springs Philharmonic, Arts Month and the Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute, to the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, his engagement and philanthropy have made a notable impact View more
Romero’s own path as an artist began in high school. When his work was published in the school’s literary magazine, he took a trip to where it was printed. He saw the pages, and his work on them. “I got ink in my blood after that,” he says.