This time the XFL, the league that for one shining year gave you barely dressed cheerleaders, jerseys bearing unfathomable nicknames, trick plays, Rod Smart and an MVP in the form of Tommy Maddox (yes, Broncos fans, that Tommy Maddox), the league whose three-letter acronym Vince McMahon apparently kept on a low simmer all these years at the U.S. Patent & Trademark office, is back in business.
She started at the center 16 yeas ago as a volunteer, also dedicating time to the board of director for the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Wonderbound Dance Company, the Colorado Attorneys for the Arts and more.
The Broomfield-based lawyer provides legal services to artists and enhances creative vitality through volunteerism.
More than 30 years later, the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts honored Logan for his contributions to the creative economy with the John Madden Jr. Leadership award in 2018.
Honored for leading the future of the state's cultural economy, spearheading growth and collaborations, Colorado Springs' rising professional, Kate Perdoni received recognition from the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts in 2018 with the EY Next Wave Leadership Award.
In Denver, that looks like the team drilling down with one particular organization, Access Gallery, a nonprofit in the Santa Fe Arts District.
Efforts Excel supports include the Denver Zoo, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, Alamosa Live Music Association, the Grand Junction Symphony and more.
Stanley Marketplace received top honors from the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts in 2018 for its commitment to arts partnerships, ranging from theater to festivals.
In this context, language itself becomes a cultural taxonomy, and with more than 7,000 languages left to preserve, it has the potential for becoming the largest museum in the world with associated universities, hotels, culture-inspired retail centers and more.
The collaborative efforts were acknowledged by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts in 2018, with multiple transit stop projects included in the honor.
Local insurance provider, Delta Dental of Colorado has been recognized by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts in 2018 as a business award honoree, for its commitment to cultural vitality.
For 2018, the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts included Fort Collins' Downtown Artery for its support of a vibrant community of artists, creators and musicians in the northern part of the state.