CBCA has moved offices! Our new address and phone number are:
789 Sherman St, Suite 280, Denver, CO 80203
Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) works to advance Colorado’s creative economy by connecting business and the arts. We accomplish our mission through year-round advocacy, research, training, volunteerism and arts engagement.
Read our April 2016 Inside Track Newsletter.
Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announced the winners of the 2016 Business for the Arts Awards at our annual luncheon on March 9. This signature event honored companies and individuals for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts, to a sold-out crowd of 700+ arts, business, and civic leaders at the Seawell Ballroom. Congratulations to all the winners and finalists!
Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) is a legal referral service that pairs volunteer attorneys with qualified individual artists, creative businesses and cultural nonprofits to receive free legal assistance. Read the press release.
Copyright your artwork. Negotiate the lease on your studio. Trademark your band’s name. Draft a performance contract. Incorporate your creative business. Take your career to the next level. Learn more about CAFTA and how you can apply to receive pro bono legal support.
CAFTA is recruiting volunteer attorneys. Your legal expertise is a valuable resource to Colorado’s creative economy! CAFTA provides a unique opportunity for attorneys to work directly with Colorado’s creative community by helping artists, cultural nonprofits and creative businesses that are unable to pay with a variety of legal issues. Register to be a CAFTA Volunteer Attorney.
Metro Denver arts & culture generated $1.85 billion
in economic activity, revealed in new CBCA study
CBCA’s biennial Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture demonstrates the financial and social impact of arts & culture on the Denver Metro area. Learn more about how SCFD-funded arts, cultural and scientific organizations act as economic drivers in to create and fuel jobs, attract tourists, spur business development, generate tax revenue, and help educate our children – now and into the future. You can read or download the full 2014 study.