The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District board will hear proposals Thursday on alternative funding models that could impact the distribution of millions of tax dollars.
Smaller organization would see more public cash if voters approve an extension of a metro Denver sales tax in 2016.
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.
- Northern Colorado arts backers will meet with community members Monday night to discuss the development of a proposed regional sales and use tax benefiting scientific and cultural organizations.Read more
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.
CPR’s weekly arts shows explores renowned artist Christo's ongoing process to create an art installation over the Arkansas River and a reality web show seeking the next great marijuana entrepreneur.
A deficit could mean less money for hundreds of the Denver metro area's scientific and cultural organizations.
The Lone Tree Arts Center and Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center will receive a big boost in public funding after qualifying for the first time.
Boulder County Commissioners have endorsed an advisory panel’s recommendations to award Scientific and Cultural Facilities District funding to 70 organizations while denying grants to five others.