Colorado Springs, CO 80903
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, founded in 1936 and is on the National Register for Historic Places. In 2007, the FAC completed a spectacular $30 million renovation and expansion. The Center is home to world-class art galleries, Broadway-worthy live theatre and an art school for the young and old alike with an acclaimed restaurant, Cafe 36, which features an amazing patio view of Pikes Peak. With programs for individuals, couples, families and groups, the FAC is a place for artistic discovery. The Fine Arts Center in Colorado Springs also offers wine tastings, galas, music and film round out the offerings at the top cultural attraction in the Pikes Peak region. The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Collection features many masterworks by the top Modern American artists, including Richard Diebenkorn, Georgia O'Keefe, Walt Kuhn, John Singer Sargent and Dale Chihuly as well as artists connected to the renowned Broadmoor Art Academy. The Fine Arts Center in Corado Springs also has one of the strongest Hispanic, Latin American and American Indian collections in the nation. The award-winning Fine Arts Center Theatre Company produces an annual season of classic musicals, comedies and dramas from October to June. For 90 years, arts education has been offered on the corner of Dale Street and Cascade Avenue. The Bemis School of Art offers a variety of classes for youth and adults. For more information on the Fine Arts Center in Colorado Springs including prices, hours and current programming, visit csfineartscenter.org or call 719.634.5583.
Downtown Colorado Springs
I-25 exit 142 (Bijou) go east on Bijou, thru 2 stop lights turn left on Cascade, left on Dale St.
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