MSAC Increases Stipend to $500

MSAC is pleased to announce that it has increased its stipend from $350 to $500 under its public art program, “Art on the Avenue.” “MSAC is interested in continuing to bring new artwork to town, and we hope that the increased stipend will encourage more artists to submit entries for our consideration,” says Ben Kuckel,…

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Membership Has its Privileges

Join MSAC and support the arts! 100% of your donation goes directly to our programs and projects! Once you join you’ll receive an acknowledgement and a membership card. This card will entitle you to a 15% discount at Fast Frame (5154 Centennial Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80919), located next to FarmCrest at the corner of…

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Chalk Board

An exhibit of chalk art adorned Manitou Springs’ sidewalks until rainstorms washed them away. The artwork was created by students from high schools throughout the Pikes Peak region. The show was the second such show sponsored by the Manitou Springs Arts Council. The students had fun creating the art for people of all ages to…

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Meandering Manitou Springs

Manitou Springs — City of Galleries . . . Immerse yourself in Art at one of more than 20 galleries in Manitou Springs. The spirit of the town . . . its history and deep connection to nature finds expression in the rich array of art here. Original paintings, sculpture, photography, pottery, clothing, jewelry and…

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MSAC Adds Stickman

Stickman was designed by Edward Rudolph and built by Louie Schwartz. With the passing of both of those men, Stickman came into the possession of Rudolph’s partner Chuck Murphy, owner and CEO of Murphy Constructors of Colorado Springs. Murphy and Rudolph were planning to build an industrial park at one time and Rudolph quickly sketched…

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