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, and arts engagement efforts. Become a CBCA Member today! 

Read our December 2015 Inside Track Newsletter


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CBCA’s annual Business for the Arts Awards honor businesses and individuals for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts.  This arts-infused, high profile Awards Luncheon is attended by 700 arts, business and civic leaders. 

Annual Business for the Arts Awards Luncheon
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
11:15 – 1:30 pm
Seawell Ballroom, Denver Performing Arts Complex 

Reserve your spot at the luncheon!

Learn more about this exciting event and the award categories.




Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) supports the growth of Colorado’s vibrant creative sector by matching qualified artists with volunteer attorneys ready to address discrete legal matters by lending their expertise. Colorado’s vitality depends on the growth, self-sufficiency and overall success of our creative sector.

Register to be a CAFTA Volunteer Attorney

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.

Download the Volunteer Attorney Registration Form. Submit your completed form via email to or mail it to 130 West 12th Ave, Denver, CO 80204.

Learn more about Colorado Attorneys for the Arts.




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.