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The Glenwood Springs Arts Council, d.b.a The Glenwood Springs Center for The Arts is a 501 (c) 3 Nonprofit Organization. We exist for art: to make art fun, affordable, and available to all.

Our mission is simple: to provide opportunities to create and enjoy the arts. learn more

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Upcoming Events

  1. Painting Pages @ GWS Branch Library
    February 28 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  2. Battle of The Walls – Student Exhibit
    March 10 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  3. Show Stopper Dance Competition
    March 11 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Passion, skill, but most of all, opportunity. His father had originally studied to be an architect and encouraged his son to draw at a young age. He also told his son to mind what his imagination had to say. While young Charlie was rarely without a drawing pen in hand, he didn’t hesitate to announce that he thought coffins, skeletons and practical jokes had equal footing with his art and, as the years passed, he created a genre that would … read more

Oh, What A Night!  We launched our 4th Annual 6×6 Exhibit, last Friday, at 6:00 on the button and our scholarship fundraiser began. I will tell you that there was an incredible energy in the air that translated into 77 of the 238 canvases being sold in the first hour of the party! Regular gallery visitors, members, supporters, new friends and tourists who happened to pass by and saw that there was something really special going on in this beautiful … read more

It will grab your imagination and not let go! Tonight, at 6:00, Terry Muldoon will literally ring the bell and our 4th Annual 6×6 Exhibit will be launched. Terry was inspired by a similar exhibition in Denver in 2012. Other art centers around the country, including the Rochester Contemporary Art Center, have found a great success in this community fundraising art model. Rochester will host a 1,000-piece exhibition this year. We’re getting there, Rochester, since we’ve grown by about 100 … read more