5 Best Resources for Artists

Artist creating chalk art on the road in Denver.
Photo courtesy of Visit Denver.

1The Artist Co-op

The Artist Co-op provides a thriving environment to nurture the innate multidisciplinary nature of the artist community by uniting all actors, directors, dancers, playwrights, musicians, etc. with supportive programs and services.

2RedLine Contemporary Art Center

RedLine Contemporary Art Center’s Resource Artist Program is a mentoring platform for Artist-in-Residence to connect with prominent Denver-based artists. RedLine also offers studio space to foster these relationships.

3Denver Musicians Association

Denver Musicians Association is a professional labor organization, which is comprised of more than 660 professional musicians throughout Colorado, southern and central Wyoming and eastern Utah.

4Colorado Business Committee for the Arts

Colorado Business Committee for the Arts advances Colorado’s creative economy by sharing resources to help artists, creative professionals and non-profit cultural organizations manage the impact of living in unprecedented, uncertain times.

5Transforming Creatives

Transforming Creatives invests in the health of artists so they can invest in the health of society. With a close focus on mind, body and soul, TAC offers a variety of unique professional development and personal transformation programs for creatives.