Still So Much to Enjoy!
There has never been a more important time for our community to focus on the power, unity, and joy of our creativity. Arts Month 2020 continues through the month of October with an array of virtual, and in-person opportunities to get you inspired and engaged!

The Cultural Office has crafted a unique approach to Arts Month this year that continues to bridge sectors, neighborhoods, and artistic disciplines. You'll find new offerings like the Artist-of-the-Day series on Peak Radar's social media, the Peak Radar Live online show every Sunday at 6 p.m., and the compelling voices of the Community Conversations series throughout the month. If you missed some of these so far, you'll find them all at the new online home for Arts Month,

The core of #ArtsOctober is the same as it has been since it began seven years ago. "Have one new arts & cultural experience with family or friends this October."
Still To Come:
Cyber Poetry Festival
Poetry 719 believes that everyone’s voice is valuable, important, and deserves to be heard. Join them this week for 4 days, 17 events, and countless powerful moments!
Arts Month "Community Conversations"
We're just halfway through this series of 8 free virtual panels, lead by local arts leaders and featuring diverse voices from across our regional arts scene! The next is October 21 ...
Live Blues at Stargazers
The Pikes Peak Blues Community invites you to a live concert of great local music by The Cleveland Experiment and The Springstown Shakers at Stargazers Theatre & Event Center on Oct. 30!
Halloween "Thriller" Family Dance Class
Colorado Springs Dance Theatre invites you to a free hip-hop class with Ron Jules! Come dressed in costume and ready to learn the steps to "Thriller," outside on the Pioneers Museum lawn.
Military Arts Connection Seeks New Artist Facilitators
The Military Arts Connection (MAC) program is hosting a virtual training for new Artist Facilitators on Friday, October 30th from 8:30am-Noon. The online training, conducted by the Cultural Office's partners at the UCCS Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic, is open to all practicing artists residing in El Paso or Teller Counties, working in any creative media. We’re specifically asking that applicant artists be prepared to provide engaging MAC program Experiences in a virtual/remote environment, at least until the COVID-19 pandemic subsides. While no previous teaching experience is required, a strong desire to serve and support our local military community is a must. Learn more and apply today!
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