Left: Artwork Award painted by David Mosier, "Winter Day, Loma"/ Right: 2015 Champion of the Arts Award recipient Tillie Bishop and his wife Pat with Artist David Mosier and his wife Paivi
The Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture is embarking on an economic impact study of the arts in Grand Junction for 2016. They will be attending cultural events and gathering paper surveys from patrons. If you attend cultural events and see them there, please take 2 minutes to complete the anonymous survey and be a part of this extremely important project that will benefit the entire community.CHAMPION OF THE ARTS NOMINATION FORM Making Arts & Culture Part of Everyday Life in Grand Junction, Colorado!
The Grand Junction (Colorado) Commission on Arts and Culture is dedicated to developing the quantity, quality, and affordability of arts and culture for the citizens of the Grand Valley. Since 1990, the Commission on Arts and Culture has worked to support the Grand Valley's artistic resources and cultural activities. Our goal is to form strong, lasting, and dynamic connections with artists, arts organizations, businesses, government, and educational institutions throughout the City of Grand Junction.
In an effort to better serve local artists and the arts and cultural community, we hope you'll find this website easy to use and more informative than ever. We've integrated several features, such as live artist profiles, an Interactive Map of the City Art Collection, and an Online Artist's Registration which allows artists to submit information and photographs of their work to this site.
We've also included information about our annual Grant program, current Calls for Artists for the purchase of artwork for the City, and numerous reports such as the Economic Impact of the Arts in the Grand Valley and the Commission's annual State of the Arts reports.
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