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  1. Colo. arts education gains momentum, despite recession, report says

    Still, according to the study from Colorado Creative Industries, educators reported that time and money continue to be obstacles for arts education.
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  2. Changes recommended for Denver-area science and culture fund

    The proposed changes could impact the distribution of millions of dollars to hundreds of organizations if the cultural tax is reauthorized during the 2016 election.
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  3. Breckenridge accelerates cultural plan, announces international arts festival

    Two years in, the mountain town is about halfway through what was initially proposed as a 10-year master cultural plan.
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  4. Plus Gallery exits booming RiNo district after selling out current exhibition

    Denver’s RiNo Arts District is growing fast as a hub for artists. But one of Denver’s leading contemporary art galleries says now is the right time for it to leave the neighborhood.
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  5. After Tarantino snags $5M in state incentives, what's left for other filmmakers?

    State incentives pledged for ‘Hateful Eight’ film shoot near Telluride will not eat up entire fund, Colorado's film commissioner says.
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  6. State House adds money for film incentive program

    During a debate over the state budget, House lawmakers added $1 million to the Colorado film incentive program.
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  7. History Colorado expects more statewide grant funding after audit

    Officials say completion of the Capitol dome project and the agency's implementation of cost-saving measures should boost previously-flagging grant funding for historic preservation efforts across Colorado.
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  8. Northern Colorado arts backers push for cultural tax on 2016 ballot

    A Fort Collins arts advocate hopes to give cultural organizations a boost with a tax initiative modeled after a Denver program that has distributed more than $800 million.
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  9. Colorado support for local presence at 2015 SXSW rises nearly three-fold

    Colorado organizations have plunked down $57,000 to support locals at the South By Southwest music festival this year, nearly three times what was raised last year.
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  10. Lake Dillon Theatre Co. to move to $6 million new complex in Silverthorne

    Silverthorne City Council entices the non-profit performing arts organization as part of its drive to stimulate economic development downtown through culture.
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