Art Service Advocacy Organizations
Arts For Colorado
Arts for Colorado is a statewide nonprofit (501c4) organization dedicated to improving the climate for culture throughout the state. Because public sector funding--and particularly state arts funding--has played an important role in building Colorado's cultural infrastructure, Arts for Colorado focuses much of its attention on the preservation and expansion of state arts support.
Colorado Business Committee for the Arts
CBCA is a member organization of leading companies that believe the arts mean business. CBCA provides programs, training, research, and advocacy that build dynamic and mutually beneficial links between business and the arts.
Colorado Creative Industries Division (formerly Colorado Council on the Arts)
The mission of the Colorado Council on the Arts is to promote the cultural, educational and economic growth of Colorado through development of its arts and cultural heritage.
Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media (formerly Colorado Film Commission)
If you are thinking about filming here, whether you’re from out-of-state or out of the country—or you’re one of our very own prized Colorado filmmakers, you’ve come to the right place. On this site, you’ll find a searchable location database, permit info, weather data, crew, equipment, services, over 100 local community film contacts statewide, and more.
Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF)
WESTAF, the Western States Arts Federation, is a nonprofit arts service organization dedicated to the creative advancement and preservation of the arts. Based in Denver, Colorado, WESTAF fulfills its mission to strengthen the financial, organizational and policy infrastructure of the arts by providing innovative programs and services to artists and arts organizations in the West and nationwide.
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