At Colorado Creative Industries, we are dedicated to the cultural, educational, and economic welfare of the state of Colorado. The council, a group of private citizens selected by the Governor and recognized for their diverse and knowledgeable perspectives on the arts and their insight into community and state interests, creates policy to benefit the arts in Colorado. The staff is charged with enacting the policies and programs put forth by the council and serving the needs of artists, organizations, and citizens statewide.
If you have questions or comments about the arts in Colorado, the council and its administrative staff would like to hear from you.
1600 Broadway, Suite 2500, Denver, CO 80202
Council Meetings are open to the public and are generally held quarterly. The next meeting is March 18 in Denver. The last meeting of the fiscal year will be June 7 in Colorado Springs.
The council consists of 11 members who are appointed by the Governor. Colorado Revised Statute 23-9-103 stipulates that council members shall be broadly representative of the major fields of the arts and appointed among private citizens who are widely known for their competence and experience in connection with the arts, as well as their knowledge of community and state interests.
Youth programs, Poetry Out Loud, Colorado Creates, Change Leaders, Poet Laureate, Folk/Traditional Arts
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