Cultural Office News
New Marketing Support
for Local Arts & Culture

The Cultural Office has been chosen as  the American Advertising Federation of Colorado Springs (AAFCOS) Public Service Marketing & Media Partner for 2017. As part of this exciting program, a dream team from AAFCOS will design new ad campaigns for and Arts Month, and through their relationships, triple every marketing dollar we spend to promote local arts & culture this year!  In addition, SEO experts have begun optimizing the performance of and maximizing the impact of our annual grant from Google AdWords. 

Truly, this support will promote our local arts community like never before!  Thank you, AAFCOS!

Peak Radar Powers 
Other Local Calendars

The Colorado Springs CVB recently unveiled a newly redesigned, with event listings powered by While our partnership with the CVB has existed for years, the new website showcases local events better than ever before to increase tourist engagement in local arts, culture & fun! 

In fact, now powers the online calendars of Colorado Springs CVB, Downtown Partnership of Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Country Attractions, and Springs Magazine. It's a unique service.  It's all part of making Peak Radar the best cultural resource for our community - and the most powerful free marketing tool available for local arts & culture groups.

Regi stration Now Open
PLUS: Among the inspiring creatives featured at CCI Summit 2017, our own  Andy Vick will present about Arts Month in the Pikes Peak region!

Nominate an Arts Educator

Each year, the Arts Business Education Consortium Luncheon recognizes innovative approaches in arts education in our community.  If you would like to nominate an individual, group or organization, please fill out the online form by March 13. Questions? Email Kate Perdoni at

This year's Luncheon will be held Thursday, April 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at The Antlers Hotel in Downtown Colorado Springs. To register, click here

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