Local galleries, Kreuser Gallery, LLC and The Alibi Room in downtown Colorado Springs are excited to present a collaborative art exhibition of Downtown Colorado Springs Gallery Curators. Opening reception will be Saturday, January 30th 5-8pm in The Alibi Room at Dream Catchers.
The collaboration between gallery curators in downtown Colorado Springs is an endeavor to create funding for the local arts and show support for the Downtown Colorado Springs Creative District, managed by Downtown Partnership of Colorado Springs. Designated by the State of Colorado’s Creative Industries as a Certified Creative District, Downtown Colorado Springs’ creative district work includes the Art on the Streets juried sculpture exhibit, marketing and programming for First Friday Downtown, Intersection: Artist-Designed Traffic Signal Cabinets and more.
“It’s our chance as curators and cultural art enthusiasts to come together and help build the local arts community. We want to show our gratitude to The Downtown Partnership, we want to show that teamwork grows the local economy, and we want to raise money to support the arts in our area”, said Stephanie Von Fange, Creative Director and Curator at Dream Catchers.
The show will run until Friday, March 18th and include artists/curators: Jeff Cloutier from GoSee, Deena Bennett from The Bridge Gallery, Laura Ben-Amots from the Downtwon Studio Arts Gallery at PPCC, Briget Heidmous from the Idea Space, Karen Khoury from Cottonwood Center for the Arts, Abigail Kreuser from Kreuser Gallery, Valerie Lloyd from The Machine Shop, Jack Malloch from Boulder Street Gallery, Daisy McGowan from Galleries of Contemporary Art, Carole Morrison from AHA Gallery, Molly Harris from We Us Our Market, Karen Standridge from Gallery 113, Simon Andews from Colorado Photography School, Stephanie Von Fange from Dream Catchers and Steve Weed of Steve Weed Fine Art.
All artwork is for sale and a portion of all proceeds will be given to Downtown Partnership to manage in support of the arts in the downtown Colorado Springs area.