On My Own Time Exhibition
Reception: May 16, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
370 17th St
Denver, CO 80202
Exhibition On Display: May 15th – June 5th
CBCA’s Multi-Company On My Own Time (OMOT) exhibition is back featuring the artistic talents of participating company employees and their families. OMOT identifies, encourages, and celebrates creativity as a vital part of the workforce, a company’s success, and to executive leadership. Enjoy light refreshments as we announce the winning artworks and dole out special arts prizes. No RSVP is required to attend, and everyone is welcome.
A special thanks to Brookfield Properties for hosting the exhibition!
Featuring artwork by the employees and family members of:
Congrats to the winners and a huge thank you
to the sponsors and attendees of CBCA’s 26th annual Business for the Arts Awards!
Check out photos from the event on Facebook and videos of the finalists on YouTube.
Colorado Business Committee for the Arts 2012 Study reveals
Metro Denver arts & culture generated $1.76 billion in Economic Activity
Denver metro area arts, cultural and scientific organizations rebounded from the economic crisis in 2011, generating $1.76 billion in Total Economic Activity and $527 million in Economic Impact, according to the 2012 Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver conducted by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA).
Highlights of the study, unveiled at a sold-out event on October 31st at the Four Seasons Hotel Denver, include:
- Attendance: A mix of big events (King Tut, Denver Art Museum) and new facilities (Lone Tree Arts Center) helped draw 14.6 million in 2011, a 30% jump.
- Capital Spending: It was a banner year with the opening of the Clyfford Still Museum, Lone Tree Arts Center, and Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center. In all, the year saw $49 million in Capital Spending, a 25% hike.
- Jobs: Strong growth continued at arts, cultural and scientific groups during 2011, as total employment increased by 7% with 9,354 total jobs.
PrintFolio is a limited edition suite of four original fine art prints by well-known Denver artists. This project aims to highlight Denver’s vibrant visual arts scene and encourage art collecting in the community. Proceeds benefit CBCA Leadership Arts, a training program for people interested in serving on nonprofit arts and cultural boards of directors. The Leadership Arts Alumni Network spearheaded this effort.
PrintFolio is $300. Click here to view the artwork and learn more about the project.