Arts + Industry Forum Series
CBCA’s Arts + Industry Forum Series aims to educate, inspire an inclusive dialogue, and cultivate partnerships and innovative approaches to society’s significant challenges, such as climate change, healthcare, affordable housing and real estate, accessibility, and transportation. Each forum explores the intersection between the arts and a distinct business sector relevant to Colorado’s economy.
CBCA will host two Arts + Industry Forums in 2022, both on the theme of Arts + Environmental Sustainability. The first was on May 26 at the Denver Botanic Gardens and the second Forum will be on October 13 at TACAW (The Arts Campus at Willits) in Basalt. Learn more and register!
By fostering a community dialogue, these interdisciplinary Forums highlight timely issues, inspire action and raises awareness on how arts interact and influence specific industries. The goal is that the Forums will help foster innovative business solutions and a more collaborative society, one where scientists, engineers, bankers and real estate developers are working with designers, creatives and artists for positive social change. These events also shed light on how businesses can further their economic opportunity development through arts partnerships, as well as foster cross-sector understanding and collaboration. Check out the Denver Business Journal‘s follow-up article on the Arts + Transportation Forum.
Past ForumsView All
Arts + Environmental Sustainability ForumLearn More
Arts + Wellness Forum: Health Equity and AccessibilityLearn More
Recorded Virtual ForumsVIEW ALL
Arts + Agriculture Forum
Speakers: Kate Greenberg, Colorado Department of Agriculture; Audrey Sayles, Some Girls and a Mural; Richard Saxton, M12 Studios; Harrison Topp, Topp Fruits & Rocky Mountain Farmers Union; Chef Ietef “DJ Cavem” Vita, PhD; Grace Hanover, National Western Center
Arts + Transportation Forum
CBCA Arts + Industry Forum Series
Speakers: Ashley Hairston Doughty, Design Kettle, LLC; Alexis Moore, City of Lakewood; Ben Stone, Smart Growth America; Marcus Young, Minnesota Department of Transportation; Ed Sealover, Denver Business Journal
Arts + Wellness Forum: Resiliency for Healthcare Workers
Speakers: Abby Ahmad, Musician, Artist, Educator; Katie Glowacki, Children’s Hospital Colorado; Kelly GreenLight, Artist; Michael Henry, Lighthouse Writers Workshop; Marc Moss, MD, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Gabby Mundie, RN, PACU, Nurse; Katherine Reed, Children’s Hospital Colorado; Tara Rynders, The Clinic; Hillary Sinn, Children’s Hospital Colorado