The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center was established in 1936, when the John Gaw Meem building debuted. Martha Graham danced on our stage at the first grand opening; Frank Lloyd Wright lectured in our hall. The building is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The Fine Arts Center was the first facility of its kind west of the
The FAC unveiled its $28.4 million expansion in August, 2007. Award-winning architect David Owen Tryba, who grew up in
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In addition to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, there are a number of outstanding galleries and theaters producing provocative and innovative visual and performing arts in and around the city.
The Smokebrush Foundation promotes arts awareness and participation in the Pikes Peak region through its innovative space located in the Depot Arts District.
CU-Colorado Springs is dedicated to the arts with its thriving THEATREWORKS performing company and the cutting edge Gallery of Contemporary Art.
The Manitou Art Theater, located in beautiful Manitou Springs, better known as The Mat, offers all kinds of fresh and fun stage productions for the whole family.
The historic Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is located downtown just a couple hundred feet from the FAC MODERN in the Plaza of the
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The mission is to help communicate locally, regionally and nationally to garner publicity and promotional support around the Fine Arts Center’s Extremely Grand Opening; building alliances and expanding communication to contribute to the city’s cultural transformation and quality of life.
There are nearly 14,000 guest rooms in
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Founded in 1871,
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