Representing over 200 member companies with thousands of employees from corporate, arts and civic organizations, CBCA promotes economic growth through arts and business partnerships. Members have opportunities to be inspired, engaged, network, celebrate and contribute to the vital arts and cultural community of Colorado.

Demonstrate your support for the entire cultural community by joining CBCA.

Member benefits include:

  • Access to Night At… member events – monthly behind the scenes cultural performances and experiences. Member businesses and organizations receive two tickets per employee for events on a first come, first served basis. See the current list of Night At… events below.
  • Substantial savings with member pricing for Leadership Arts, Business for the Arts Awards luncheon, Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture roll-out event and Arts + Industry Forums
  • Member pricing for advertising in the Business for the Arts Awards luncheon program book
  • Receive relevant arts and cultural news through Inside Track, CBCA’s member e-newsletter, that often includes special discounts to art events and organizations.
  • Listing on CBCA’s online member directory
  • Member companies employees and executive leadership also have opportunities to get more engaged with CBCA by serving on a committee and/or board of trustees

Patron membership is our premiere level of engagement. In addition to the above benefits, Patron Members receive:

In addition to the above benefits, Patron Members receive:

  • Enhanced visibility on the website and at programs
  • Spotlight of company in Inside Track e-newsletter and on the website
  • One complimentary Leadership Arts participant($1,500 value) per year
  • Opportunity to be an Awards Judge for the Business for the Arts Awards 

Why art is smart for business:

  • Engage and appreciate your employees – Providing tickets to events, museum memberships and other arts experiences is the perfect way to inspire employees and say “thanks.
  • Recruit and retain talent – When you partner to support local theater, music, museums, dance and public art, you help to make your community more attractive to current and future employees. Happier employees make for a happier workplace.
  • Enhance your brand – Celebrating the arts is a way to build a powerful presence and engage with multiple stakeholders quickly and effectively. Museums, symphonies, dance performances, festivals and more allow you to reach customers.
  • Cultivate business relationships – Acknowledge clients with tickets to theatrical premieres, art openings and live music concerts.

Why business is smart for art:

  • Audience cultivation – Grow visibility among the business community and build new audiences and patrons for your art, performances and events
  • Build professional network – Meet fellow CBCA Members from diverse industries, such as finance, law, energy, healthcare and education. Make new connections and build relationships with leaders and employees with companies that are friendly to the arts
  • Grow your board and skilled volunteers – Recruit leaders from the business community to serve on nonprofit arts and cultural boards and committees
  • Professional development – Participate in a variety of workshops and trainings that help advance the professional development of artists and/or arts organizations to sustain and grow their businesses


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*New Members as of September 2019

40 West Arts

Access Gallery

Anatomy In Clay® Centers

ANB Bank

Anschutz Corporation

Anythink Libraries


Apron Artist Project

Erica Arakawa

the ART, a hotel

Art from Ashes*

Arts for Colorado

Art Students League of Denver

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities

Asian Chamber of Commerce

Athena Project

Augustana Arts

Aurora Chamber of Commerce

Aurora Symphony Orchestra

Bank of the West

BarberX Barbershop*

Barefoot Public Relations

Bellco Credit Union

Benchmark Theatre

Sara Boyd

Boulder Chamber of Commerce

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

Boulder Office of Arts & Culture

Breckenridge Music

Bringing Music to Life

Brookfield Commercial Properties

Alicia Caputo


Center for Visual Arts, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Centura Health – Healing Arts

Cherokee Ranch and Castle Foundation

Cherry Arts

Children’s Hospital of Colorado

Ciruli Associates

City of Lakewood Heritage, Culture and the Arts

Civic Center Conservancy

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance

Clyfford Still Museum


Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

College of Arts and Media, University of Colorado Denver

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Denver

Control Group Productions

Colorado Ballet

Colorado Creative Industries

Colorado Educational & Cultural Facilities Authority (CECFA)

Colorado Financial Service Corporation

Colorado Health Foundation

Colorado Music Festival and Center for Musical Arts

Colorado Photographic Arts Center

Colorado Railroad Museum

Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC

Colorado State Bank & Trust

Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

Josh Comfort

Community Resource Center

Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete

Continuum Partners

Cornerstone Capital Group

Corona Insights

Courtney Cotton

Craig Hospital

Creativity Lab of Colorado

Creative Law Network

Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region

Curious Theatre Company

D.A. Davidson Companies

Dairy Arts Center

The Dance Archive

Davis Partnership Architects

Dazzle Jazz

Delta Dental of Colorado

Denver Art Museum

Denver Arts & Venues

Denver Botanic Gardens

Denver Business Journal

Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Denver Film Society

Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Denver Pops Orchestra*

Denver Public Library

Denver Theatre District

Denver Union Station

Denver Young Artists Orchestra

Denver Zoo

Downtown Aurora Visual Arts

Downtown Denver Partnership


The Dynamo Vault

East West Partners

El Sistema Colorado

Employers Council

Fairfield and Woods

Fanning Art Advisory

Footers Catering

Foothills Arts Center

Forest City Development

Fortis Law Partners

Forte Commercial Real Estate

Friends of Chamber Music

Friends of the Genoa Tower



Golden Triangle Partnership

Greenberg Traurig

Greenwood Gulch Ventures




GroundFloor Media

GroupMind Foundation

Randall Hampton

Amy Lynn Herman

Pauline Herrera Serianni

Historic Elitch Theatre

Howard Lorton Galleries

Dana Huckleberry

Hyatt Regency Convention Center

IMA Financial Group

Inside the Orchestra

Interconnected Technologies

Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe, PC

Janus Henderson Investors

Japanese Arts Network

Jefferson Symphony Association

JFCRN Custom Pet Sculptures

JLF Colorado

Kairoi Residential

Kaiser Permanente Colorado


Kate Davis Studio*

Kelly & Walker

Kenneth King Foundation

Caroline Kert

Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art

Kissinger & Fellman

Nancy Kristof

Kimberly Krueger

Law Office of Daniel T. Goodwin

Levitt Pavilion Denver

Lewis Art Consulting

Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie

Ligature Creative Group

Lighthouse Writers Workshop

MCA Denver

Maureen McDonald

McDonald Carpet One Floor & Home


Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation

Metropolitan State University of Denver, College of Letters, Arts & Sciences

Mexican Cultural Center

Millstone Evans Group of Raymond James & Associates

Mizel Arts & Culture Center at the JCC


Museo de las Americas

Museum of Outdoor Arts

Garrett Mynatt

Eyal Namordi

James Neely

Neighborhood Music Stapleton at Stanley Marketplace

Newman Center for the Performing Arts at University of Denver


Northern Trust


Opera Colorado

Ovation West Performing Arts*


Peak Creative

PEAK Theatricals

Pinnacol Assurance

Philosophy Communication



Platte River Ventures

PNC Bank

Polaris Law Group

Pop Culture Classroom

Project HARTwork

Price Davis Sculpture Artist


The Publishing House

Deborah Radman

RC Andersen

Melissa Regan

RiNo Arts District

Ripple Creek Business Solutions

Robert and Judi Newman Center for Performing Arts

Rocky Mountain Arts Association

Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD)

Rocky Mountain PBS

Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum

Sage Hospitality

Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD)

Semple Brown Design

Mark Shaiken

Sheridan Ross

Snell & Wilmer

Sound of the Rockies

South Metro Water Supply Authority

Stanley Marketplace

Sterling Arts Council

Stifel – Baroway Financial Group


Swallow Hill Music


Tansey Contemporary

Think 360 Arts for Learning

Transforming Creatives

Lorraine Trenholm

TRG Arts

UMB Bank Colorado

University of Colorado Art Museum

The Unsteady Hand

Up with People


Mary Viviano

Walker Fine Art

Ware Malcomb


Alison Williams Helm*

Deborah Williams



Youth on Record

Zeppelin Development

Zoe Tessier Fine Art