The Town of Carbondale, Art Space and the CCD have finished the Market Study for affordable housing in Carbondale. The results are really interesting. We have them shared on both of our web pages, Carbondale Arts and the Carbondale Creative District. We are now looking for developers and land owners who may be interested in the study, and, hopefully, a project in Carbondale.
Join Carbondale Arts for the Opening Reception of its annual Deck The Walls holiday show on Friday, November 16, from 6 to 8p.m. at The Launchpad (76 S. 4th St, Carbondale, CO). Deck The Walls runs through December 29
Colorado Creative Industries has just opened the application for our Fall Career Advancement Grant which awards creative entrepreneurs and artistsreimbursable, matching funds up to $2,500 to help stimulate their commercial creative business.
Don’t miss the start of Thunder River Theatre Company’s 2018-2019 Main Season, opening with “Equus,” the award-winning Broadway sensation about a passionate but disturbed young man and the therapist trying to save him.
In the last few years, Germany and the United States have faced dramatically different situations surrounding refugee migration: while the US issued a ban that interrupted refugee migration, Germany welcomed (not without great controversy) well over a million refugees.
This fall, join Wilderness Workshop in honoring our organization’s most valuable resource: YOU, our fabulous members. Help us celebrate and say goodbye to our outgoing Executive Director, Sloan Shoemaker, in Sopris Park in Carbondale on Friday, September 21 from 5-9 p.m.
In this space each week, given that it’s the editor’s pick and I’m the titular editor, I feel it’s important to show impartiality in my choices and not give in to the urges of nepotism. I like to remain unbiased and give everyone a fair shake, but not this week. This week I’m hyping an old friend: Erin Rigney, longtime Carbondale resident and, recently, impressively successful encaustic artist.