CBCA Announces 2013 Business for the Arts Awards Winners - Awards Honor Arts/Business Partnerships in Colorado

Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announced the winners of the 2013 Business for the Arts Awards, Colorado’s signature event honoring companies and individual’s for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts, to a sold-out crowd of arts, business, and civic leaders at the Seawell Grand Ballroom this afternoon.

“Congratulations to the arts and business leaders recognized today,” Gov. John Hickenlooper said. “Colorado is known for its craft breweries, galleries and world-class entertainment venues. Our creative industries create jobs, foster innovation, help to drive our economy and enhance the lives of all Coloradans.”

“The arts support the economic foundation of our City and impact each and every Denver citizen, both directly and indirectly,” Mayor Hancock said. “In 2011, our area’s art community contributed $1.76 billion in economic activity, including growth in jobs, volunteering and economic impact. These figures prove the important and necessary role arts and culture play in Denver as we move forward.”

 “When arts and business partner, we see increased vitality, civic engagement, and innovation.  The whole community benefits,” Deborah Jordy, Executive Director, CBCA said.

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CBCA Announces 2013 Business for the Arts Awards Finalists – New Creative Business Category

Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announces the finalists for its 2013 Business for the Arts Awards, Colorado’s signature event honoring companies and individual’s for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts.  CBCA will reveal the winners of at its 26th annual Business for the Arts Awards luncheon on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, at 11:30 am in the Seawell Grand Ballroom at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.  Over 700 arts, business, and civic leaders are expected to attend this high-energy, entertaining, arts-infused event.

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CBCA Releases 2012 Study: Metro Denver Arts & Culture Generated $1.76 Billion in Economic Activity

Denver, CO – 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).

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CBCA Announces the Leadership Arts Class of 2012-2013

Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announces the 46 participants of the 17th annual Leadership Arts program.  Leadership Arts is an innovative, eight-month training program that prepares emerging business leaders to serve on the boards of arts and cultural nonprofit organizations.  Participants meet for a half day the second Wednesday of each month from September 2012 thru April 2013 in a different arts venue per session to learn about strategic planning, advocacy, governance, and fundraising from subject-matter experts.

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CBCA Announces Innovative Government-Agency On My Own Time Program

Denver, CO – Arts & Venues Denver, Colorado Creative Industries, and General Services Administration Rocky Mountain Region have joined with Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) to exhibit the artwork of City & County of Denver, State of Colorado, and Colorado-based federal government employees for the On My Own Time (OMOT) program.  Each agency will host its own employee art exhibit beginning October 2012.  The winners of the individual shows will go on to the Multi-Agency Exhibit at the State Capitol Building from December 2012 thru May 2013.

CBCA’s OMOT program identifies, encourages and celebrates the creative talents of government employees.  OMOT allows the participating government agencies to show that creativity is a vital part of their workforce, their agency’s success, and is valued by the citizens of Colorado.

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2012 Business for the Arts Awards Winners Announced

Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) honored businesses and leaders for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts at the 25th annual CBCA Business for the Arts Awards luncheon, Tuesday, March 6, 2012, at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Over 700 business, cultural and civic leaders attended this arts-infused celebration. The Honorable Governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper said, “Partnerships between arts and business help define Colorado. These types of collaborative efforts attract new businesses to our state and go hand in hand with the innovative spirit that makes Colorado a great place to live, work and play.”
2012 Business for the Arts Awards Winners

Winners were announced in the following four categories from twelve finalists:

Impact Award highlights innovative use of the arts to propel business strategies and success

  • Aspen Skiing Company  – for partnering contemporary art with skiing, both on and off the slopes

John Madden, Jr. Leadership Award recognizes a business sector individual who has made significant contributions to advancing arts and culture in Colorado

  • Frederic C. Hamilton – for his philanthropy, leadership, vision and entrepreneurship on behalf of the Denver Art Museum

Philanthropy Award honors exemplary corporate citizenship and generosity to arts and cultural projects and organizations

  • The Westin Denver Downtown - for their arts and cultural sponsorships of nonprofits that perform, produce or exhibit in Denver

Workspace Award pays tribute to an exceptional work environment that advances business objectives

  • Battery621 - for the transformation of a former warehouse into a shared creative space and events venue

 

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2012 Business for the Arts Awards Finalists Announced
Denver, CO – Many successful companies recognize that their involvement with the arts has a positive impact on their employees, company culture and business performance. Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) will honor businesses and leaders for exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts at the 25th annual CBCA Business for the Arts Awards luncheon. The event will be held Tuesday, March 6, 2012, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm in the Seawell Grand Ballroom at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. CBCA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality.

The awards luncheon will also include entertainment by Ballet Nouveau Colorado, Denver Art Museum, The Wildlife Experience, Molly Brown House, Stories on Stage and René Heredia, Flamenco Guitarist. Over 700 business, cultural and civic leaders are expected to attend this high energy, arts-infused celebration.

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Jordy Appointed to Americans for the Arts Board of Directors
Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) is proud to announce the appointment of Executive Director Deborah C. Jordy to the national Americans for the Arts Board of Directors. She also chairs the Private Sector Council, an elected body designed to provide advice and guidance to Americans for the Arts on the design and execution of programs and services that advance private sector support for the arts in America.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) Names New Board Members
Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA), has named the following three new Members of their  Board of Directors to  two-year terms:
- Wayne Barrett, Vice President and Market Officer for Denver Market, ProLogis
- Mark Davidson,Partner, Holland & Hart
- Allison Hamilton, Senior Director, Venue Operations, Kroenke Sports Enterprises

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“On My Own Time” Multi-Company Employee Art Exhibition Announced by Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA)

Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announced the winners of the 17th “On My Own Time” (OMOT), Annual Multi-Company Employee Art Exhibition at an awards reception on Thursday, September 1, at Republic Plaza.

The OMOT program is designed to identify, encourage and celebrate the creative talents that exist within CBCA member companies. Participants regularly report that they value and enjoy the opportunity to achieve before their colleagues and the morale boost that accompanies OMOT shows. OMOT allows companies to demonstrate the value they place in their employees’ creativity and to strengthen company culture in the process.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Honors John Madden, Jr. at 25th Anniversary Luncheon
Denver, CO — The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) hosted over 700 business arts and civic leaders at the Donald Seawell Grand Ballroom on March 11, 2010 for a colorful entertainment-filled tribute to the organization and its history. John Madden, Jr., founding board chair of CBCA, was awarded the first annual CBCA John Madden Jr. Leadership Award for his demonstrated leadership in business support for the arts.

Madden led a forward thinking group of Colorado business leaders to form CBCA in 1985 with the goal of educating and motivating the business community to establish mutually beneficial business and arts partnerships. For over forty years, his development projects in Greenwood Village have incorporated art, architecture and landscaping. Madden founded the Museum of Outdoor Art in 1981, established Fiddler’s Green in 1988 and opened The Madden Museum of Art in 2008. He has also offered philanthropic support to many other Denver art and cultural institutions.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Announces PrintFolio 2010 – New Program to Spotlight Arts Community and Introduce Art Collecting
Denver, CO — The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announces PrintFolio 2010, a program that features a limited edition suite of four fine art prints by local artists created to highlight Colorado’s vibrant visual arts scene and introduce community members to the art of art collecting.

The premier limited edition of PrintFolio 2010 features new works by well known Colorado visual artists Theresa Haberkor, Mark Lunning, Jim Milmoe and Tony Ortega, who donated their time and talent to make this program a reality. The suite will be sold as an ensemble for $300, with proceeds supporting CBCA. PrintFolio will be unveiled at a Leadership Arts Alumni Network happy hour event held from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Thursday, February 18, at Baur’s Ristorante located at 1512 Curtis St.

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2009-2010 Leadership Arts Registration — Colorado’s only nonprofit arts and cultural board member training program
Denver, CO — For 13 years, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ (CBCA) Leadership Arts program has matched over 435 professionals from all business, industry, and public sectors to the needs of arts and cultural nonprofit organizations through programming that educates, inspires and equips leaders to effectively serve on nonprofit boards of directors.

CBCA is now accepting applications for the 2009-2010 Leadership Arts class. Applications are due August 28, 2009 and are available here or by calling 303-282-5135. Limited scholarships are awarded based on financial need.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) elects Stephen E. Brilz to Board of Directors
Denver, CO — Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA), has elected Stephen E. Brilz, Vice President and Deputy General, Qwest Communications to its Board of Directors. CBCA is a 501(c)(3) with the mission to serve as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality.

Deborah Jordy, CBCA Executive Director, comments, “Stephen’s depth of experience in corporate governance and leadership talents will be a great asset to CBCA and we are proud to welcome him to our Board of Directors.”

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) elects Gwinavere A. Johnston to Board of Directors
Denver, CO — Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA), has elected Gwinavere A. Johnston, Chair and Founder of JohnstonWells Public Relations, to its Board of Directors. CBCA is a 501(c)(3) with the mission to serve as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality.

Deborah Jordy, CBCA Executive Director, comments, “Gwin is well known for her support of the arts, creative industries and the direct impact they have on economic development. She is a highly respected and committed professional and CBCA is privileged to have her leadership on our Board.”

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“On My Own Time” Multi-Company Employee Art Exhibition Announced by Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA)
Denver, CO — Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announced the winners of the 16th “On My Own Time” (OMOT), Annual Multi-Company Employee Art Exhibition at an awards reception on Friday, May 23 at Republic Plaza. The OMOT program is designed to identify, encourage and celebrate the creative talents that exist within CBCA member companies. Participants regularly report that they value and enjoy teambuilding, the opportunity to achieve before their colleagues and the morale boost that accompany OMOT shows.

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2009 CBCA Business for the Arts Awards – Five Winners AnnouncedAwards honor Colorado businesses and leaders that leverage the arts for success
Denver, CO — Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) honored businesses and leaders for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts at the 22nd annual CBCA Business for the Arts Awards luncheon, Thursday, March 5, 2009, at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Over 500 business, cultural and civic leaders attended this arts-infused celebration. CBCA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality.

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2009 CBCA Business for the Arts Awards Finalists AnnouncedAwards honor Colorado businesses that leverage the arts for success
Denver, CO — Successful companies recognize that arts involvement has a positive impact on business people, company culture and performance. Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) will honor businesses and leaders for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts at the 22nd annual CBCA Business for the Arts Awards luncheon. The event is to be held Thursday, March 5, 2009, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm in the Donald Seawell Grand Ballroom, at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. CBCA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality.

More than 600 business, cultural and civic leaders are expected to attend this arts-infused celebration. Entertainers will include The Denver Brass, Kim Olson /Sweet Edge dancers, lead singers from the national Broadway touring cast of The Phantom of the Opera presented by Denver Center Attractions and exhibitors from The Butterfly Pavilion.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) Names New Board Members
Denver, CO — Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality. CBCA has named the following new Board Members to 2-year terms:

  • Christina Bowen, Senior Counselor, JohnstonWells Public Relations
  • Julie Curtin, Executive Vice President, Development Counselors International (DCI)
  • Susan Fisher, Associate, Fairfield & Woods
  • Daniel J. Howard, Dean, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, University of Colorado, Denver
  • James M. Johnson, President & CEO, GE Johnson Construction Company
  • Bob Roby, Director of Organizational Development, Saunders Construction Company

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CBCA 2008 Economic Activity Study of Denver Metro Culture
Shows Positive Impact of Arts and Culture on Metro Area Economy

Denver, CO — Denver’s arts and cultural community created $1.691 billion in economic activity in 2007, up 19% from 2005, according to a report released today by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA). Over 16.4 million Coloradans and other visitors attended cultural events in 2007, including 3.5 million contacts with school children. Nearly $331 million was generated from cultural tourism at area arts, cultural and scientific institutions.

City leaders presented findings of the study at a breakfast at Palettes restaurant this morning. Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper commented, “Documenting the economic contributions of arts, cultural and scientific organizations focuses attention on their value as businesses, not only as vehicles for entertainment or education. Their success is a key component of the economic vitality of the entire metro region.”
The 2008 CBCA Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture reflects information collected in 2007 from 93% of the nonprofits funded by Scientific Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) across the seven-county metro area including Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson counties. The data was analyzed by Deloitte Consulting LLP and DualDraw LLC.

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Call for Nominations for the 2009 Business for the Arts Awards Awards honor Colorado businesses that leverage the arts for success
Denver, CO — Denver, CO – Successful companies recognize that arts involvement has a positive impact on business people, culture and performance. Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) will honor businesses for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts at the 22nd annual CBCA Business for the Arts Awards luncheon, Thursday, March 5, 2009, Seawell Ballroom, Denver Performing Arts Complex. CBCA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality

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2008-2009 Leadership Arts Announced Colorado’s only nonprofit arts and cultural board member training program
Denver, CO — For more than 12 years, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ (CBCA) Leadership Arts program has matched over 400 professionals from all businesses, industries and sectors to the needs of arts organizations through programming that educates, inspires and equips leaders to effectively serve on boards of directors of arts and cultural nonprofits.
CBCA is now accepting applications for the 2008-2009 Leadership Arts class. Applications are due August 31, 2008 and are available at www.cbca.org. Some scholarships are awarded based on financial need.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA)Announces 2008 Leadership Arts Program Graduation
Denver, CO — Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) is pleased to announce the 12th graduating class of Leadership Arts. A graduation recognition luncheon was held today at Denver Performing Arts Center complex. Leadership Arts is an innovative CBCA program that trains business people in skills needed to serve on boards of directors of nonprofit cultural organizations and fosters the exchange of ideas and information between the arts and business sectors.

This year’s 34 graduates represent a wide variety of organizations, among them: Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, Colorado State Bank and Trust, Coors Brewing Company, Community First Foundation, Denver Office of Cultural Affairs, First National Bank of Colorado, Holland & Hart, McDermott Planning and Design and TIAA-CREF.

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 Winners of the 2008 Business for the Arts Awards Announced
CBCA’s 21st annual Business for the Arts Awards luncheon was held in Denver, March 20, 2008. Awards were presented to winners in following four categories:

Philanthropy Award recognizes exemplary corporate citizenship and generosity to arts and culture.  Winner: GE Johnson Construction Company

Innovation Award recognizes an inspired blending of business and arts that propels business achievement.  Winner: Kaiser Permanente

Workforce Award recognizes creative investments in employee development and volunteerism.  Winner: ripcord, LLC

Workspace Award recognizes exceptional design that advances business objectives.  Winner: Anchor Center for Blind Children

Finalists:
The Children’s Hospital and San Luis Valley Regional Medical Center

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2008 CBCA Business for the Arts Awards Finalists AnnouncedAwards honor Colorado businesses that leverage the arts for success
Denver, CO — Successful companies recognize that arts involvement has a positive impact on business people, culture and performance. At the 21st Annual Business for the Arts Awards, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA), a nonprofit that serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality, will honor businesses for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts.

Winners will be selected from among the finalists for each award and announced at the annual Awards luncheon event.
The 21st Business for the Arts Awards celebration will be held Thursday, March 20, 2008 in the Donald Seawell Ballroom, Denver Performing Arts Complex, from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. More than 700 business, cultural and civic leaders are expected to attend this arts-infused celebration.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) Names New Board Members

Denver, CO — Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA), a nonprofit that serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality, has named the following new Board Members to 2-year terms:

  • Denis E. Dandeneau, Vice President, CH2M Hill Constructors, Inc.
  • Bruce M. Flynn, Partner, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture
  • Benjamin A. Kahn, Shareholder, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP
  • Khanh H. Le, Assistant Vice President and Trust Officer, Colorado State Bank and Trust
  • Dan K. Long, President & Co-Founder, Mad Greens Inspired Eats
  • Maren C. Stewart, Vice President of External Affairs, The Children’s Hospital

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Call for Nominations for Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ (CBCA) 2008 Business for the Arts Awards

Denver, CO–Successful companies recognize that arts involvement has a positive impact on business people, culture and performance. At the 21st Annual Business for the Arts Awards luncheon event, Thursday, March 20, 2007 in the Donald Seawell Ballroom at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) will honor businesses for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) Announces 2007 Leadership Arts | Colorado Springs Program Graduation
Colorado Springs, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) is pleased to announce the second graduating class of Leadership Arts. A graduation luncheon was held today at Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) Announces 2007 Leadership Arts | Denver Program Graduation
Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) is pleased to announce the 11th graduating class of Leadership Arts. A graduation luncheon was held today at Denver Performing Arts Center complex.

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“On My Own Time” Multi-Company Employee Art Exhibition Announced by CBCA
Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) announces the 15th “On My Own Time” (OMOT), Annual Multi-Company Employee Art Exhibition. It is open to the public May 18 – 30, 2007, 7:00 am – 6:00 pm, Monday – Friday, in the downtown Denver Park Central building lobby, 1515 Arapahoe Street.

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CBCA Announces 2007 Board of Directors
Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) named Luella Chavez D’Angelo, President of Western Union Foundation as 2007 Board Chair and Jeff Tetrick, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Pinnacol Assurance, as Treasurer.

New members joining the CBCA Board in 2007 include Tracy Aiello, Senior Counselor with JohnstonWells Public Relations; Randy Hampton, Partner with Ernst & Young LLP; Charlotte Neitzel, Partner with Holme Roberts & Owens, Eric Nesbitt, President and CEO of The Nesbitt Group; and Carla Stewart, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer – Operations with Qwest.

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CBCA wins ABE Award
Denver, CO – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) was honored before an audience of over 400 people by the Arts Business Education Consortium of Colorado Springs (ABE) at their annual luncheon in Colorado Springs, April 18, 2007.

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2007 Business for the Arts Awards Winners Announced
The 2007 Business for the Arts Awards were presented in Denver at the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ 20th Annual Luncheon. The winners were:

Philanthropy Award recognizing exemplary corporate citizenship and generosity to arts and culture.

Gates Corporation and Gunnison County Times

Innovation Award recognizing an inspired blending of business and arts that propels business achievement.

Corporex Colorado & Mile High Development – Museum Residences

Workforce Award recognizing creative investments in employee development and volunteerism.

Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture

Workspace Award recognizing exceptional design that advances business objectives. Mercy Regional Medical Center, Durango, CO

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2007 Business for the Arts Awards Finalist Announced – Awards honor Colorado businesses that leverage the arts for success
Denver, Colorado ( January 26, 2007) Successful companies recognize that arts involvement has positive impacts on business people, culture, and performance. At the 20th Annual Business for the Arts Awards, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts will honor businesses for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts. Winners will be selected from among the finalists for each award and announced at the luncheon event.

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2006 Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture Findings
Denver, Colorado (October 24, 2006) Culture in metro Denver generated $1.426 billion in economic activity in 2005, with 14 million people attending cultural events, according to a report released today by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts and Deloitte Consulting LLP, in partnership with U.S. Bank, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, and Scientific & Cultural Facilities District.

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Leadership Arts in the News.View coverage of CBCA’s innovative Leadership Arts program with the national newspaper, Chronicle on Philanthropy. Read about several recent graduates and how their participation has benefited their professional development and the arts community. read article

Winners of the 2006 Business for the Arts Awards Announced – Awards honor Colorado businesses that leverage the arts for success
Denver, CO (March 15, 2006) – Winners of the 2006 Business for the Arts Awards were announced today at a luncheon celebration held by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA). The winners of the four awards – Philanthropy Award, Innovation Award, Workforce Award, and Workspace Award were each selected from among three finalists announced earlier this year. The awards honor businesses for exemplary engagement with the arts that drives business success.

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2006 Business for the Arts Awards Finalist Announced
Denver, CO (January 30, 2006)Successful companies recognize that arts involvement has positive impacts on business people, culture, and performance. At the 19th Annual Business for the Arts Awards, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts will honor businesses for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts.

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CBCA Announces 2005 Business in the Arts Award Winners
Denver, CO (March 10, 2005) – In recognition of outstanding contributions from businesses and individuals in support of arts and culture in Colorado, the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) today will host the 18th Annual Business in the Arts Awards Luncheon.

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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Announces 2005 Board of Directors
Denver, CO (January 18, 2005) – Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) has announced its new board members and incoming officers for 2005.
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What does $1.3 Billion Look Like?
Denver, Colorado (October 6, 2004) – Culture in metro Denver generated $1.311 billion in economic activity in 2003, with 11.3 million people attending cultural events, according to a report released today by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts and Deloitte Consulting, in partnership with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and U.S. Bank.

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Deborah Jordy Joins CBCA as Executive Director
Denver, Colorado (August 18, 2004) – The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts has named Deborah Jordy as the new Executive Director for the organization.

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CBCA Announces 2004 Business in the Arts Award Winners
Five Colorado business and community leaders received recognition for outstanding partnerships with the arts.

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