Art of Access Denver is a volunteer based group of individuals and organizations who work to advance and connect accessible and inclusive practices across Denver’s cultural organizations. Currently the organizing committee consists of staff from Access Gallery, Colorado Creative Industries, Denver Art Museum, Lone Tree Arts Center, Molly Brown House Museum, RedLine Contemporary Art Center, and a local professor of American Sign Language. We are working to restart programming and engage with a statewide network of individuals and organizations interested in increasing accessibility in Colorado.
Please help us better understand the accessibility landscape and needs across Colorado by filling out this stakeholder survey. It should take about 10 minutes to complete. Those who finish the survey, will be entered into a raffle for a free registration to the 2024 Colorado Creative Industries Summit in Pueblo, a pair of tickets to the Molly Brown House Museum, tickets to select performances at the Lone Tree Arts Center, a gift certificate to Access Gallery, and a membership of your choice at one of the participating organizations. You can select at the end of the survey if you’d like to receive opportunities and information from Art of Access moving forward.
While some funders are a part of Art of Access, this is not tied to any funding and will not affect current or future funding. Please complete the survey using this link by November 6, 2023.
The City of Aurora is requesting Qualifications from certified non-profit arts organizations to manage the Arts Facility located at 1400 Dallas Street. The facility, located in Aurora’s Cultural Arts District is approximately 8,500 square feet, on two floors. The City’s intention is to provide studio and communal spaces for emerging artists.
Please feel free to submit any questions regarding this Request using the online Questions Submittal Form or by contacting Hector Reynoso, Real Property Services Manager by email at email@example.com by phone at 303-739-7327.
Free Playwriting Workshops for Middle & High School Students
Calling all educators! The Denver Center for the Performing Arts offers free playwriting workshops for middle and high school students. Workshops are a great precursor to the DCPA’s annual Playwriting Competition, which culminates in public, staged readings of three winning scripts plus cash prizes! All workshops are:
In-person or virtual
Offered through Dec. 7
Led by DCPA Education faculty & industry professionals
Virtually all of Candid’s Trainings are now free! “At Candid, we recognize that nonprofit leaders and fundraising professionals, particularly those working at small or under-resourced organizations, need access to the nonprofit training and resources that equip them to do good. Candid’s training offerings provide detailed instruction to help you build skills in fundraising, grant writing, nonprofit management, and more, and they are designed to serve different levels of expertise.” Candid was formed by joining the Foundation Center and GuideStar in 2019.
Again this year The Lutheran Chorale is offering to share its music library with any choral organization in the metro Denver area. We have over five hundred titles and five thousand pieces of choral music available borrow for free. Go to our website at www.thelutheranchorale.org for a complete directory of titles and instructions on how to request to borrow. Our library is your library!