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There are many ways that you can support CBCA and get involved at the intersection of arts and business, including CBCA membership.

With nearly 300 member organizations, CBCA’s members represent diverse interests and industries throughout the state. Members have opportunities to network, celebrate and contribute to the vital arts and cultural community of Colorado while leveraging the arts to advance their business goals.

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Check out a few CBCA member benefit highlights below:

  • Tickets to ArtsConnect member only events, which are monthly cultural performances and experiences
  • Relevant arts and cultural news and special discounts to art events
  • Significantly discounted tuition for Leadership Arts, which equips and inspires professionals to be effective nonprofit board members and art advocates
  • Invitations to free Member Meet-Up events to network and socialize with CBCA’s diverse membership

Benefits extend to ALL full-time company employees!

Here’s what current corporate, cultural and civic members have to say when asked why they are involved with CBCA

2022 Business for the Arts Awards – Image by Amanda Tipton Photography

“The Denver region has a thriving arts and culture scene, and we know the significant value it brings to our economy and to all of us who work, live and play here. PNC Bank proudly supports arts and cultural initiatives because we are part of the communities where we live and work.” Read more ›

“As an art center, educational institution, and member of Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe, CVA is aligned with CBCA’s vision for a Colorado where arts and business are integrated to catalyze and build strong and vibrant communities.” Read more ›

The Denver Gay Men’s Chorus performs at the Ellie Caulkins Theater – Image by Seth McConnell

“CBCA is THE who’s who of the Denver performing arts world and business community. With our involvement, we have networked and met dozens and dozens of artists, executive directors and business leads, developing partnerships with creatives like Cleo Parker Robinson DanceLevitt Pavilion, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and the Denver Children’s Chorale. It’s been invaluable.” Read more ›

Courtney Cotton, a professional artist based in Denver, Colorado

“Connections with businesses that support the arts, learning, professionalism, legislation, and seeing the way CBCA connects local industry & the arts. I have been asked to judge exhibitions and be on panels that CBCA has arranged. I also attended the CBCA Leadership Arts program in 2019 and another course in 2022.” Read more ›

If you would like more information about becoming a CBCA member, contact our Membership & Development Manager, Sarah Braverman at