The following show art, music, theatrical, and other organizations and information that may be of interest to you, in no particular order. There are also links to resources of interest to artists and to non-profit arts and cultural organizations.
VisitGrandJunction hosts a community calendar which is used by locals and visitors for the most complete list of what is happening across the Grand Valley. Post your event on this community calendar to ensure more people know about your event. The earlier you submit your information, the more people can add you to their calendars!
Provided by the City of Grand Junction, this document outlines seven arts issues and contains many recommendations to augment arts activities for the next five years.
Access past webinars, articles and other resources to advance Colorado’s creative economy. There is a wide variety of educational materials here, such as recorded webinars on copyright law, panels with musicians and creative entrepreneurs, trainings on nonprofit board governance, conversations about arts & business partnerships, and resources to improve your arts advocacy.
Effective January 1, 2024, many businesses across the country are required to register with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. If you are an artist who sells your work, you may need to register. The brochure below describes the program and filing requirements. It also provides a link to a Small Entity Compliance Guide which will help you determine if you are required to report.