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Five arts and culture organizations in Colorado Springs are thousands of dollars richer, thanks to Colorado Creates grants from Colorado Creative Industries.
About 200 works by artist and arts educator Chip Shaw, who taught for more than three decades in Cheyenne Mountain School District 12, will be featured in the "Chip Shaw Retrospective" at Manitou Art Center. The exhibit opens with a free reception from 5-8 p.m. Friday and runs through Sept. 25. Shaw died in June after being diagnosed with a rare neurodegenerative disease with no treatment.
Michael Christiano has been named the new museum director at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. He previously worked as deputy director and curator of public practice at Smart Museum of Art in Chicago, Ill. He'll start Sept. 27.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College will open the new exhibit, "Ansel Adams: Masterworks," featuring 48 of his photos from the portfolio, "Museum Set." The collection includes his famous landscapes from across the country, portraits and architectural and cultural sites.
Idris Goodwin was hired to be a leader for these times. He just could not have known at the time that these times are, well … these times.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College will present its new program, City as a Venue, from June through October. Performances and other activities will take place on a new stage outside the museum and other locations around town.
Seven local arts organizations were awarded more than $480,000 in COVID-19 economic relief from Colorado Creative Industries.
The new exhibit, "Windows to the Sky," will feature photos by Robin Schneider and works by 20 other Art 111 Gallery and Art Supply member artists. The show opens with a free reception from 5-8 p.m. Friday at Art 111 Gallery.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College's Executive Director Idris Goodwin was announced Wednesday as one of United States Artists' class of Fellows for 2021. The award came with a $50,000 unrestricted cash prize, meaning Goodwin, who's also a break beat poet, award-winning playwright and arts educator, can spend it however he desires.
David Dahlin, the former head of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center who lost his job when the museum merged with Colorado College, starts M…