Colorado Arts Relief Fund Impact Report December 2022

The Colorado Arts Relief Fund provided a total of $23 million to individual artists and arts organizations during the pandemic. Funded by the Colorado Legislature, the program’s purpose was to support a resilient post-pandemic economy. While this one-time relief funding program will not be renewed, the transformative impacts of the funding are still being felt.


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Colorado Arts Relief Grant

The Colorado Arts Relief Fund provides $15.5 million for the second round of funding to support arts, cultural and entertainment artists, crew members, and organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. This program previously provided $7.5 million in early 2021 in its first round of funding.

Funding through this bill will be distributed through 2 separate grant applications:

  • Colorado Arts Relief—Business and Organization FY22
  • Colorado Arts Relief—Individuals FY22

This funding initiative was passed by the State of Colorado legislature and created in Section 1-24-48.5-116, enacted by HB21-1285

 Applications for this program are closed. This one-time relief funding program will not be renewed. Please visit our program directory to find other opportunities.


Type: Grants

For: Arts, cultural and entertainment artists, crew members and organizations

Amount: Depends on applicant

Application deadline: Closed

OEDIT division: Colorado Creative Industries

Download Business Grant Guidelines       

Download Individual Grant Guidelines       

Eligible organizations and businesses

Colorado Arts Relief Fund grants are open to Colorado-based for-profit, nonprofit, and government organizations or businesses involved in the music, theater, dance, visual arts, literary arts, or film industry.

Eligible organizations and businesses include, but are not limited to:

  • independent music venues
  • nonprofit and for-profit community theaters
  • galleries
  • art museums
  • performing arts venues
  • production companies
  • radio stations

Ineligible organizations include, but are not limited to:

  • sporting events
  • karaoke
  • exotic dancing
  • fitness
  • studios in private homes
  • private events (for example, galas and weddings)
  • franchise businesses
  • chain movie theaters that own and/or operate multiple physical locations

To be eligible, organizations and businesses need to:

  • program live music, comedy, dance, theater, motion picture, visual arts, literary arts, or film and television as a primary driver of their business
  • have been fully operational prior to March 15, 2020
  • be for-profit, nonprofit, or a government entity
  • be registered as a Colorado business and in Good Standing with the Colorado Secretary of State – be current in annual corporate reports and charitable solicitation registration
  • have its primary business location in Colorado
  • previously funded grantees in the first round of this grant are eligible, applicants who did not receive funding in the first round will be given higher priority 

Eligible individuals

Artists, musicians, dancers, performers, and crewmembers are eligible. Eligible applicants can be employees, 1099 contract workers, sole proprietors, or gig workers. If you received unemployment assistance or federal funding due to COVID-19, you are still eligible to apply for this grant.

We recommend that band members and members of any other type of collective that does not operate a physical venue apply as individuals. Artists, dancers, actors, musicians, and crew members are eligible to apply regardless of whether their employer applies for and/or receives funds through the business and organization fund.

To be eligible, an individual needs to:

  • be an arts, cultural, and entertainment artist or crew member, defined as individuals who work full-time or part-time in the music, dance, visual arts, literary arts, graphic design, theater, motion picture, or television industry
  • earn a significant portion of personal annual income (33% or more) through arts and culture activities
  • have been employed or been contracted to work as an arts, cultural, or entertainment artist or crew member prior to March 2020
  • have incurred a significant loss of income (33% or more based on 2019 annual income) as a direct result of the mandated closure of venues, galleries, or museums, or as a result of canceled events and activities
  • be at least 18 years old
  • be a Colorado resident, as of March 15, 2020, and plan to be a Colorado resident through the funding period. No out-of-state applications will be considered, and no checks will be mailed out of state

Funding from the Colorado Arts Relief Fund Individuals FY22 application can be used to cover any personal or business expense. Funding restrictions include:

  • capital improvements
  • new construction
  • renovation or restoration or purchase of major equipment
  • distributions to partners and business acquisitions
  • re-granting of grant funds
  • fiscal agents
  • alcohol

Applications for this program are closed. Please visit our program directory to find other opportunities.

No individual may be the lead applicant on more than one application.

If your level of financial need is: You will request:
Level 4: Extreme financial strain $4,000
Level 3: Severe financial strain $3,000
Level 2: Moderate financial strain $2,000
Level 1: Mild financial strain $1,000

Application materials

Each narrative question in the online application allows for 350 words. The online application will start a countdown when the applicant clicks into the field. 

Individuals will need to answer these questions:

  • Describe how your income or expenses have been adversely affected as a result of closures related to COVID-19.
  • Describe any additional financial responsibilities you have and/or barriers you have encountered to replacing lost personal income as a result of COVID-19.
  • Describe how these funds will be used to support your professional, post-pandemic recovery. 

 Applicants seeking assistance are advised to contact Leigh Kargol at RedLine Contemporary Art Center well in advance of the application deadline. Prior to contacting a staff member, applicants should read the guidelines thoroughly. 

 Applications for this program are closed. Please visit our program directory to find other opportunities

No organization, business, or individual may be the lead applicant on more than one application.

If your cash operating revenue in your 2019 fiscal year was: You will request:
$2 million or more $200,000
$1 million or more $100,000
$500,000-999,999 $80,000
$250,000-499,999 $60,000
$100,000-249,999 $40,000
$50,000-$99,999 $20,000
Up to $50,000 $10,000

Application materials

Organizations will need to answer these questions:

  • provide a brief description of your organization or business
  • define your business or organization's mission or include a mission statement (optional)
  • define, in your own terms, the “community” that you are serving or strive to serve
  • describe the significance related to the artistic, cultural and or historic relevance of this business or organization to the local community and/or population that it serves
  • describe the role of your business or organization in local economic recovery  

Organizations will also need to provide the following documents:

  • a statement of your organization’s cash operating revenues for your 2019 fiscal year, signed by an authorized person in your business or organization
  • current Certificate of Good Standing from the Colorado Secretary of State

The application process will be administered by Colorado Creative Industries staff. Applications will be reviewed, scored with a standardized rubric, and ranked by reviewers. Applicants will be notified by email in December of the result of the funding recommendations.

August 2021 Grant information and staff support are available
Tuesday, November 2, 2021 The deadline to submit applications
November 2021 Review of applications
December 2021 Funding decisions announced 
January 1, 2022 to September 14, 2022 Funding period
September 15, 2022 Final report deadline by 4 pm

Reviewers will evaluate organization applications based on:

  • community and cultural impact (cultural significance and communities served)
  • economic impact (role in local economic recovery)
  • additional weight will be given to businesses supporting communities lacking access to resources
  • additional weight will be given to businesses that did not receive funding in the first round

Reviewers will evaluate individual applications based on:

  • severity of loss and financial strain
  • barriers to replacing lost personal income
  • likelihood of funds supporting post-pandemic professional recovery
  • additional weight will be given to individuals that lack access to resources
  • additional weight will be given to individuals that did not receive funding in the first round

Reviewers will consider an equitable distribution of funds across the state.

Grant recipients will be required to submit a final report due September 15, 2022 at 4 pm. The final report will ask in general terms how the funding was spent. Colorado Creative Industries has the right to withhold, reduce or cancel grants if an applicant: 

  • fails to comply with the terms of the grant award requirements, including submitting the final report

As a condition of the grant, Colorado Creative Industries requires the recipient of public funds to comply with all state laws and regulations pertaining to an audit.

All applications accepted for funding become official records of the State of Colorado and are subject to an audit. We require open access to accounting records for funds expended under the terms of contract award for the purpose of audit examination, reference, or transcription.

Additional conditions for organizations and businesses

As a condition of the grant, Colorado Creative Industries requires the recipient of public funds to comply with all state laws and regulations pertaining to the following:

  • Fair Labor Standards: including minimum wage and working conditions
  • Nondiscrimination: including statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry or marital status
  • Fair Language: In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, grant recipients must take adequate steps to ensure that people with limited English proficiency receive the 6 language assistance necessary to afford them meaningful access to programs, activities, and services.
  • Access for People with Disabilities: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 prohibit discrimination against persons with disabilities. All events funded by the Creative Industries must be accessible to persons with disabilities, including those with visual, hearing, mobility and learning impairments. Questions about the Americans with Disabilities Act may be directed to VSA arts of Colorado at 303-777-0797.
  • Credit/Acknowledgment: Grantee agrees to send a letter to their state legislators, informing them of the importance of state funding.

In the first round of funding in early 2021, the Colorado Arts Relief Fund for individuals awarded $1.353 million to 594 individuals in 42 counties in Colorado. Grants to individuals were one-time flat amounts up to $2,500.

In the first round of funding in early 2021, the Colorado Arts Relief Fund for businesses and organizations awarded $5,999,000 for general operating support grants to 128 arts, culture, and entertainment organizations in 33 counties across Colorado.

In the second round of funding, the Colorado Arts Relief Fund for businesses and organizations awarded $13.3 million for general operating support grants to 252 arts, culture, and entertainment organizations in 36 counties across Colorado.

For this round, the Colorado Arts Relief Fund for individuals awarded $1.8 million to 641 individuals in 36 counties in Colorado. Grants to individuals were one-time flat amounts up to $4,000.

Business and organization awardees round 1

Museum of Outdoor Arts, $125,000 - Arapahoe County

Vintage Theatre Productions, Inc, $50,000 - Arapahoe County

Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts, $10,000 - Arapahoe County

Gothic Theatre, $14,000 - Arapahoe County

Telluride Bluegrass Festival, PBC, $200,000 - Boulder County

Dickens Opera House, $50,000 - Boulder County

Z2 Entertainment, $200,000 - Boulder County

Colorado Shakespeare Festival, $150,000 - Boulder County

BDT Stage, $125,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Ballet, $12,000 - Boulder County

Zuni Fetishes Direct, $20,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, $50,000 - Boulder County

Circle of Care, $7,500 - Boulder County

Variety Arts of Louisville dba The Arts Hub, $75,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, $12,000 - Boulder County

Dairy Arts Center, $75,000 - Boulder County

Hanuman Festival, $15,000 - Boulder County

Pro Musica Colorado Chamber Orchestra, $3,000 - Boulder County

City of Salida, $40,000 - Chaffee County

Westcliffe Center for the Performing Arts, $10,000 - Custer County

Friends of the Paradise Theatre, $9,000 - Delta County

Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center, $2,500 - Delta County

The Coyote School DBA Elsewhere Studios, $3,000 - Delta County

Blue Sage Center for the Arts, $2,500 - Delta County

North Fork Valley Creative Coalition, $15,000 - Delta County

Berkeley Highlands Productions LLC, $100,000 - Denver County

Larimer Lounge LLC, $90,000 - Denver County

Globe Hall, $90,000 - Denver County

Su Teatro, $2,500 - Denver County

Guthrie LLC d/b/a Fort Greene Bar, $25,000 - Denver County

Clocktower Entertainment, $100,000 - Denver County

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, $20,000 - Denver County

The Walnut Room Denver LLC, $75,000 - Denver County

Euforquestra LLC, $20,000 - Denver County

Lost Lake Lounge, $90,000 - Denver County

The Black Actors Guild, $2,500 - Denver County

Swallow Hill Music, $150,000 - Denver County

The Armory, Denver, LLC, $20,000 - Denver County

The Roxy Theatre, $20,000 - Denver County

Museo de las Americas, $12,000 - Denver County

Roxy Denver LLC, $10,000 - Denver County

Trout Steak Revival, LLC, $30,000 - Denver County

Dash and A Twist, LLC dba Nocturne, $75,000 - Denver County

Rhinoceropolis LLC, $2,500 - Denver County

CMDance, $25,000 - Denver County

Denver Turnverein, Inc., $30,000 - Denver County

Wonderbound, $2,500 - Denver County

Colorado Ballet Company, $75,000 - Denver County

Knew Conscious Collective, Inc., $2,500 - Denver County

Denver Film, $100,000 - Denver County

Denver's Art District on Santa Fe, $3,000 - Denver County

Mizel Center for Arts and Culture, $75,000 - Denver County

Rangel Audio Services, $12,000 - Denver County

QTB, LLC dba Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom, $150,000 - Denver County

Levitt Pavilion Denver, $14,000 - Denver County

Dazzle @ Baur's, $28,500 - Denver County

City of Lone Tree dba Lone Tree Arts Center, $75,000 - Douglas County

Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation, $150,000 - Douglas County

Cascade Village Theatre, Inc. d/b/a Capitol Theatre, $90,000 - Eagle County

The Art Base, $12,000 - Eagle County

Vail Valley Foundation, $125,000 - Eagle County

Valley Events Inc., $15,000 - Eagle County

Horns Up LLC DBA The Black Sheep, $50,000 - El Paso County

J & J Hip Hop Dance & Performing Arts Company, $3,000 - El Paso County

Pikes Peak Center for The Performing Arts, $150,000 - El Paso County

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, $75,000 - El Paso County

Manitou Art Center, $3,000 - El Paso County

Cottonwood Center for the Arts, $125,000 - El Paso County

Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra, $75,000 - El Paso County

LuLu's Downstairs, $14,000 - El Paso

Fremont Center for the Arts, $30,000 - Fremont County

Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre, $75,000 - Grand County

Gunnison Council for the Arts, $9,000 - Gunnison County

Crested Butte Center for the Arts, $75,000 - Gunnison County

Crested Butte Mountain Theatre, $15,000 - Gunnison County

Crested Butte Society, Inc., $15,000 - Gunnison County

Lake City Arts Council, $10,000 - Hinsdale County

Spanish Peaks Community Foundation, Inc., $7,500 - Huerfano County

Museum of Friends, $50,000 - Huerfano County

La Veta Mercantile, $3,000 - Huerfano County

Spanish Peaks Arts Council, $7,500 - Huerfano County

NDR LLC., $125,000 - Jefferson County

Lakewood Cultural Center, $75,000 - Jefferson County

MOTH Poetic Circus, $50,000 - Jefferson County

Ovation West Performing Arts, $2,500 - Jefferson County

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, $75,000 - Jefferson County

Our Hometown Charitable Foundation, $10,000 - Kit Carson

Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, $20,000 - La Plata

Durango Arts Center, $25,000 - La Plata

Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering Inc., $15,000 - La Plata

Cuckoo's Inc. dba Animas City Theatre, $40,000 - La Plata

Mishawaka, $75,000 - Larimer County

Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, $100,000 - Larimer County

Blazen Illuminations, $25,000 - Larimer County

Rythm EFX, LLC., $75,000 - Larimer County

Rialto Theater, $30,000 - Larimer County

City of Fort Collins - Lincoln Center, $100,000 - Larimer County

The Lyric, $100,000 - Larimer County

ArtoCade, $7,500 - Las Animas County

A.R. Mitchell Museum of Western Art, $12,000 - Las Animas County

SMRT Entertainment LLC, $75,000 - Logan County

Mesa Theater, $100,000 - Mesa County

Western Colorado Center for the Arts, $12,000 - Mesa County

Sandstone Entertainment Inc., $30,000 - Mesa County

Dance Fusion Inc DBA Absolute Dance, $12,000 - Mesa County

Creede Repertory Theatre Inc., $20,000 - Mineral County

Cortez Cultural Center, $3,000 - Montezuma County

Picketwire Players, $3,000 - Otero County

Friends of the Wright Opera House, Inc., $9,000 - Ouray County

GPRC/Peerless Theatre, $3,000 - Phillips County

Pueblo Arts Alliance, $9,000 - Pueblo County

Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center, INC., $20,000 - Pueblo County

Pueblo Memorial Hall, $12,000 - Pueblo County

The TANK Center for Sonic Arts, Inc., $7,500 - Rio Blanco County

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp, $50,000 - Routt County

Steamboat Springs Council of the Arts & Humanities, $12,000 - Routt County

Strings Music Festival, $75,000 - Routt County

Ah Haa School for the Arts, $20,000 - San Miguel County

Telluride Film Festival, $12,000 - San Miguel County

SBG Productions INC., $150,000 - San Miguel County

Telluride Arts District, $100,000 - San Miguel County

Sheridan Arts Foundation, $150,000 - San Miguel County

Telluride Repertory Theatre Company, $9,000 - San Miguel County

Peak Performances, Inc., $75,000 - Summit

Breckenridge Film Festival, $9,000 - Summit

City of Greeley - Union Colony Civic Center, $50,000 - Weld County

Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, $9,000 - Weld County

Moxi Theater, $14,000 - Weld County

Business and organization awardees round 2

A Child’s Song, $40,000 - Adams County

Northglenn Arts & Humanities Foundation, $60,000 - Adams County

Colorado Youth Mariachi Program, $10,000 - Adams County

Up with People, $200,000 - Adams County

Inside the Orchestra, $60,000 - Adams County

Kim Robards Dance, Inc., $40,000 - Adams County

Animal Handmade, $10,000 - Adams County

Alamosa Live Music Association, $10,000 - Alamosa County

Opera Colorado, $200,000 - Arapahoe County

Diaspora Dance Company, $20,000 - Arapahoe County

School of Breaking, $40,000 - Arapahoe County

Feel the Beat, Corp., $40,000 - Arapahoe County, $20,000 - Arapahoe County

The Littleton Chorale dba Voices West, 20,000 - $Arapahoe County

east end arts district association, $20,000 - Arapahoe County

Englewood Cultural Arts Center Association, $40,000 - Arapahoe County

Mountain School of Music and Dance, $40,000 - Arapahoe County

Colorado School of Acting, $60,000 - Arapahoe County

Kantorei, 60,000 - $Arapahoe County

LITTLETON TOWN HALL ARTS CENTER, $100,000 - Arapahoe County

Aurora Singers, $10,000 - Arapahoe County

Colorado Korean Chorus, $20,000 - Arapahoe County

Arapahoe Philharmonic, $60,000 - Arapahoe County

Pagosa Arts Initiative, $10,000 - Archuleta County

Motus Theater, $60,000 - Boulder County

JLF Colorado, $60,000 - Boulder County

Longmont Museum, $200,000 - Boulder County

Local Theater Company, $60,000 - Boulder County

Longmont Chorale, Inc., $20,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Community Broadcast Association, dba KGNU, $80,000 - Boulder County

Crackpots, Inc., $80,000 - Boulder County

Colorado Hip Hop Collective, $30,000 - Boulder County

EcoArts Connections, $20,000 - Boulder County

Rocky Ridge Music Center Foundation, $80,000 - Boulder County

Stories on Stage, $40,000 - Boulder County

The Catamounts, NFP, $40,000 - Boulder County

eTown, $200,000 - Boulder County

Colorado Film Society, $80,000 - Boulder County

square product theatre, $10,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra, $100,000 - Boulder County

CenterStage Theatre Company, $60,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Symphony, $40,000 - Boulder County

Compound Corporation dba The Caribou Room, $40,000 - Boulder County

Street Wise Arts, $20,000 - Boulder County

The Backdoor Theatre, $20,000 - Boulder County

Firefly Handmade Markets, LLC, $40,000 - Boulder County

The Arts Studio D.B.A. Firehouse Art Center, $40,000 - Boulder County

DV8 Distillery 40,000 Boulder County NoBo Art District, $10,000 - Boulder County

The Nomad Playhouse, $20,000 - Boulder County

WOW! Children's Museum, $80,000 - Boulder County

Frequent Flyers® Productions, Inc., $80,000 - Boulder County

Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema, $10,000 - Boulder County

Third Law Dance/Theater Inc., $40,000 - Boulder County

Tinker Art Studio, LLC, $60,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Samba School, $10,000 - Boulder County

Boulder Metalsmithing Association, $40,000 - Boulder County

Centennial State Ballet, $40,000 - Boulder County

Greater Boulder Youth Orchestras, $40,000 - Boulder County

Lemon Sponge Cake Contemporary Ballet, $10,000 - Boulder County

Muse PerformanceSpace, $20,000 - Boulder County

Society for Creative Aging/VIVA Theater, $10,000 - Boulder County

The Boulder Creative Collective, $40,000 - Boulder County

Tier Two Live, $10,000 - Boulder County

BackStory Theatre, $40,000 - Broomfield County

Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities, $40,000 - Broomfield County

Japanese Arts Network, $10,000 - Broomfield County

Colorado Conservatory of Dance, $80,000 - Broomfield County

Colorado Theater in Non Traditional Spaces, $10,000 - Chaffee County

Jacales Fine Art, $10,000 - Costilla County

Sangre Arts Guild, $10,000 - Custer County

Arts Coalition of Delta County, $10,000 - Delta County

Paonia ClayWorks, $10,000 - Delta County

Pickin Productions, $40,000 - Delta County

Valley Youth Orchestra, $10,000 - Delta County

Denver Center for the Performing Arts, $200,000 - Denver County

Q Publishing Group LTD dba OUT FRONT Magazine (OFM), $80,000 - Denver County

Sphere Ensemble, $10,000 - Denver County

Biennial of the Americas, $100,000 - Denver County

Guerilla Garden, $40,000 - Denver County

Rocky Mountain Public Media, Inc., $100,000 - Denver County

Curious Theatre Company, $100,000 - Denver County

Denver Children's Choir, $60,000 - Denver County

Greater Purpose Media, $10,000 - Denver County

Phamaly Theatre Company, $80,000 - Denver County


Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, $200,000 - Denver County

Open Media Foundation, $100,000 - Denver County

PlatteForum, $80,000 - Denver County

Denver Young Artists Orchestra, $80,000 - Denver County

Augustana Arts Inc., $60,000 - Denver County

Flamenco Denver, $20,000 - Denver County

Friends of Chamber Music, $60,000 - Denver County

Historic Denver/ Molly Brown House Museum, $100,000 - Denver County

Tunas Mekar, Inc., $10,000 - Denver County

Leon Gallery, $40,000 - Denver County

DANCE2B LLC, $40,000 - Denver County

International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, $20,000 - Denver County

Mirror Image dba Mirror Image Arts, $60,000 - Denver County

Ballet Ariel, $40,000 - Denver County

Colorado Children's Chorale, $100,000 - Denver County

Colorado Photographic Arts Center, $40,000 - Denver County

Creative Strategies for Change, $40,000 - Denver County

Denver Brass, Inc., $80,000 - Denver County

Prison Art LLC dba Art for Redemption, $10,000 - Denver County

The Art Garage, $60,000 - Denver County

The Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts, $200,000 - Denver County

Union Hall, $60,000 - Denver County

Bug Performance and Media Art Center, $40,000 - Denver County

Centro Cultural Mexicano, Mexican Cultural Center, $60,000 - Denver County

Visionbox Studio (Theatre), $40,000 - Denver County

Buntport Theater, $60,000 - Denver County

CherryArts, $100,000 - Denver County

Animal Farm Music, LLC., $10,000 - Denver County

Spectra Art Space, $40,000 - Denver County

Colorado Jazz Inc., $20,000 - Douglas County

Castle Rock Artist Cooperative, $10,000 - Douglas County

Performing Arts Academy, $80,000 - Douglas County

Square Halos, $10,000 - Douglas County

Riverwalk Theater, $100,000 - Eagle County


Eagle ARTS, $10,000 - Eagle County

Concrete Couch, $80,000 - El Paso County

ENT Art Center (UCCS), $200,000 - El Paso County

Hear Here Poetry LLC, $10,000 - El Paso County

Manitou Art Theatre (dba Millibo Art Theatre), $60,000 - El Paso County

Poetry Heals, $10,000 - El Paso County

Rocky Mountain Women's Film, $60,000 - El Paso County

Youth Documentary Academy, $40,000 - El Paso County

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum, $200,000 - El Paso County

Chamber Music with the Veronika String Quartet, $10,000 - El Paso County

Green Box Arts, $80,000 - El Paso County

Imagination Celebration, $40,000 - El Paso County

Colorado Springs Choral Society, $40,000 - El Paso County

Summit Dance Works, $80,000 - El Paso County

Colorado Springs Conservatory, $100,000 - El Paso County

Cheyenne Mountain Public Broadcast House, Inc., $80,000 - El Paso County

EPIC, $10,000 - El Paso County

Best of Ballroom, $40,000 - El Paso County

Millenium Allstars Cheer and Dance, $10,000 - El Paso County

The Sundance Studio, LLC, $100,000 - El Paso County

Florence Arts Council, $40,000 - Fremont County

VOICES, $40,000 - Garfield County

New Ute Theatre Society, $10,000 - Garfield County

Carbondale Arts, $80,000 - Garfield County

5Point Adventure Film Festival, $80,000 - Garfield County

Ute Theater and Events Center, $60,000 - Garfield County

Dance Initiative Inc., $20,000 - Garfield County


Bookcliffs Council on Arts & Humanities, $10,000 - Garfield County

Roaring Fork Friends of the Theater, $60,000 - Garfield County

Symphony in the Valley, Inc., $20,000 - Garfield County

Crested Butte Music Festival, $60,000 - Gunnison County

I Bar Ranch, $60,000 - Gunnison County

Museum of Friends, $80,000 - Huerfano County

Huajatolla Heritage Foundation, $10,000 - Huerfano County

Friends of Francisco Fort History Museum, $10,000 - Huerfano County

SPANISH PEAKS ARTS COUNCIL, $10,000 - Huerfano County

Athena Project, $20,000 - Jefferson County

Control Group Productions, $40,000 - Jefferson County

40 West Arts, $40,000 - Jefferson County

Central City Opera House Association, $200,000 - Jefferson County

The Venue Theatre, $40,000 - Jefferson County

Balefire Goods, $40,000 - Jefferson County

The Center for the Arts Evergreen, $80,000 - Jefferson County

Pirate: A Contemporary Art Oasis, $10,000 - Jefferson County

Redemptive Dance Ministries, $10,000 - Jefferson County

Evergreen Players Inc., $40,000 - Jefferson County

Morrison Theatre Company, $80,000 - Jefferson County

RAE-TREV Management Co., Inc., DBA Q's Pub & Grill, $100,000 - Jefferson County

1940's Ball, $80,000 - Jefferson County

Colorado Environmental Film Festival, $10,000 - Jefferson County

Goldpanner Group LLC dba The Buffalo Rose, $200,000 - Jefferson County

Crow-Luther Cultural Events Center, $20,000 - Kiowa County

Durango Bluegrass Meltdown, $20,000 - La Plata County

KSUT Public Radio, $100,000 - La Plata County

Music in the Mountains, $80,000 - La Plata County

Durango Creative District, $10,000 - La Plata County

Four Corners Gem and Mineral Club, $10,000 - La Plata County

Ignacio Creative District, $10,000 - La Plata County

San Juan Symphony, $60,000 - La Plata County

Durango Film Institute dba Durango Independent Film Festival, $40,000 - La Plata County

Be FRANK Foundation, $40,000 - La Plata County

iAM Music, $40,000 - La Plata County

Durango Dance, $20,000 - La Plata County

Imaginary Friends, $40,000 - La Plata County

Durango Choral Society, $20,000 - La Plata County

Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center, $20,000 - La Plata County

Seed Studio, $10,000 - La Plata County

Durango PlayFest, $40,000 - La Plata County

Fort Collins Musicians Association, $40,000 - Larimer County

Colorado State University - ACT Human Rights Film Festival, $40,000 - Larimer County

The Center for Fine Art Photography, $40,000 - Larimer County

Worldwide Performance Group, LLC (dba, Choirs of America), $80,000 - Larimer County

Fort Collins Entertainment, LLC dba The Aggie Theatre, $100,000 - Larimer County

Museum of Art Fort Collins, $60,000 - Larimer County

Bas Bleu Theatre Company, $40,000 - Larimer County

Blue Moose Art Gallery LLC, $40,000 - Larimer County


KRFC 88.9 FM Radio Fort Collins, $60,000 - Larimer County

Sustain Music & Nature, $10,000 - Larimer County

Artworks Center for Contemporary Art, $40,000 - Larimer County

Loveland Museum/City of Loveland, $100,000 - Larimer County

Arcadian Pictures, $40,000 - Larimer County

Impulse Dance, $10,000 - Larimer County

LuneAseas, $10,000 - Larimer County

Wildfire Community Arts Center, $10,000 - Larimer County

Front Range Chamber Players, $10,000 - Larimer County

Wolverine Farm Letterpress and Publick House, $10,000 - Larimer County

ArtoCade, $40,000 - Las Animas County

Trinidaddio Blues Fest, $40,000 - Las Animas County

A.R. Mitchell Museum of Western Art, $40,000 - Las Animas County

Sterling Creatives LLC, $10,000 - Logan County

Museums of Western Colorado, $100,000 - Mesa County

Willowtail Springs Nature Preserve and Education Center, $20,000 - Montezuma County

Mancos Common Press, $10,000 - Montezuma County

Artisans of Mancos Gallery, $10,000 - Montezuma County

Mancos Creative District, $20,000 - Montezuma County

Picketwire Players, $20,000 - Otero County

Weehawken Creative Arts, $80,000 - Ouray County

The Ridgway Chautauqua Society, $60,000 - Ouray County

Park County Creative Alliance, $10,000 - Park County

McGoon Productions, $10,000 - Park County

World Music Development, $10,000 - Park County

Aspen Music Festival and School, $200,000 - Pitkin County

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, $200,000 - Pitkin County

Snowmass Arts Advisory Board, $10,000 - Pitkin County

Aspen Film, $80,000 - Pitkin County

Spirit Dance, $20,000 - Prowers County

Pueblo Arts Alliance, $60,000 - Pueblo County

Southern Colorado Theatre Company dba Steel City Theatre Company, $60,000 - Pueblo County

Fundraiser, $200,000 - Pueblo County

Pueblo Children's Chorale, $20,000 - Pueblo County

Colorado Arts and Artist Associates, $10,000 - Pueblo County

Elevation Dance Studio, $80,000 - Routt County

Steamboat Dance Theatre, $20,000 - Routt County

Friends of the Chief, $60,000 - Routt County

Steamboat Art Museum, $80,000 - Routt County

Steamboat Symphony Orchestra, $60,000 - Routt County

Yampa Valley Performing Arts Council, dba Piknik Theatre, $20,000 - Routt County

Colorado New Play Festival, $40,000 - Routt County

Great Knight Productions, $40,000 - Routt County

The Historic Ute Theatre and Cultural Arts Center, $10,000 - Saguache County

Telluride AIDS Benefit, $60,000 - San Miguel County

Palm Arts Inc., $60,000 - San Miguel County

Telluride Chamber Music Association, $10,000 - San Miguel County

Telluride Dance Collective, $10,000 - San Miguel County

Rocky Mountain Arts DBA Telluride Fire Festival, $20,000 - San Miguel County

Deep Creek Experimental, $10,000 - San Miguel County

Lake Dillon Theatre Company, $200,000 - Summit County

10 Mile Music LLC, $100,000 - Summit County

Breckenridge Creative Arts, $200,000 - Summit County

National Repertory Orchestra Inc, $80,000 - Summit County

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