At COPPeR we invite and engage residents and visitors in the arts through PeakRadar.com, our weekly eBlast, and the PeakRadar Pages, because we know arts and culture makes our community an exciting place to live and visit.
At COPPeR we educate and advocate for our artists and arts organizations, through Arts Bootcamps, the Business and Arts luncheon, and conversations with elected officials and civic leaders because we know a strong, unified voice ensures a healthy arts community.
At COPPeR we build community through the stewardship of our Cultural Plan, leadership on community boards and committees, and connecting our region with national arts and culture best practices, because we know creativity is a catalyst for innovation, growth, prosperity, and vitality.
Celebrate the launch of the 2nd Annual Peak Arts Fund Campaign with an evening of art and live performances, plus delicious beer, wine, and sweet treats provided by Bristol Brewing and Nosh.
February 26, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cottonwood Center for the Arts 427 E. Colorado Avenue RSVP to email@example.com Join COPPeR and the Downtown Development Authority for a discussion on Colorado Springs’ new state-designated Emerging Creative District. The hour-long conversation
EXPERIENCE! Performances by local greats while supporting CREEP! post production and Peak Arts Fund • ADMISSION! Includes three drink tickets and a swanky spread of delicious fare • SEE! Mayhem in the Dancehall with local legends such as: The Modbo Collective • Douglas Rouse • Taiko Society Drummers • Ormao Dance Company • MORE
We’ve always known that arts and culture contributes greatly to our quality of life. Now with the release of the Arts and Economic Prosperity Study we have compelling proof that it’s also a major industry in the Pikes Peak region and contributes significantly to our local economy. Here’s a great example of how your organization can share that story:
Interested in the opportunity to showcase artistic work in an exciting, unique, new type of exhibition site? Art in Storefronts is designed to repurpose vacant store windows by filling them with non-commercial art installations, artwork, creative businesses or pop-up shops
A big congratulations to our Business and Arts Lunch award winners! This Wednesday, 280 business leaders, community advocates, and artists gathered at the Antlers Hotel to celebrate the 5th Annual Business and Arts Lunch, co-presented the by the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance and COPPeR.
Amy Seltzer from Roll Exhibit will be the first artist featured for COPPeR’s newest program Art in Storefronts. She has contacted several Roll Exhibit artists and gathered pieces from her past exhibits.
Nominations are now being sought for businesses and business leaders to be honored at the fifth annual Business & Arts Awards Luncheon, co-sponsored by the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and COPPeR, the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region.
What a great week to recognize Arts and Culture in our community. At The Mining Exchange this Tuesday, COPPeR released the Arts and Economic Prosperity Report, an economic impact study for the region’s nonprofit arts and culture industry.
The COPPeR Board of Directors invites you to join us for coffee and bagels as we release findings on the economic impact of arts and cultural groups in the Pikes Peak region.
At COPPeR, we’re looking forward to a summer full of exciting arts experiences. From Free Outdoor Summer Concerts and the Arts Walk with Mayor Bach to festivals and workshops, there are tons of things to keep you busy
Today we join scores of others in celebrating the 25th Annual Arts Advocacy Day. While we aren’t physically in Washington D.C. for the national event, COPPeR communicates the value of arts all year round to civic leaders, businesses, community groups, neighbors and friends in the Pikes Peak region.