The Cultural Office is proud to announce that
The Gazette has agreed to partner with us in the production and distribution of this fall's Peak Radar Pages, the region's only comprehensive directory to nearly 400 arts & cultural groups and organizations. In the past, 7,000 copies of this free resource were produced and distributed. Thanks to
The Gazette, the next edition of the Pages will be inserted into the paper during Arts Month, reaching approximately 70,000 people! This is a great validation of our work in creating the Pages, and an important acknowledgement of our local arts community.
Advertising is now available for this bigger-than-ever opportunity next fall, and we've preserved accessible pricing:
Click here for details.
PeakRadar.com's newest feature is
Spotlight on Creatives. These multimedia portraits of local cultural personalities draw from the newest efforts of the Cultural Office to shine more light on arts & culture across print and digital platforms. Digital blogs that Jonathan Toman is now writing monthly for
The Colorado Springs Independent, monthly columns Angela Seals writes for the Cheyenne and Woodmen Editions of
The Gazette, and our popular Facebook Live broadcasts, all converge here to introduce you to creatives from across our region.
Because romance isn't limited to a single day in February, check out our list of fabulous date night ideas this month from PeakRadar.com!
Save the Date ...
Town Hall Meeting for Flux Capacitor Community Venue
March 2 at 5:30 p.m., Tim Gill Center for Public Media
Community stakeholders, musicians, artists, organizers, cultural organizations, and anyone interested in the future of the Flux will gather at a meeting and presentation about the future of this beloved community art and music venue.