Colorado Creative Corridor Receives CTO Funding

Colorado Creative Corridor Receives CTO Funding

The Colorado Creative Corridor, which includes Crested Butte, Carbondale, Paonia, Ridgway and Salida, received $25,000 in matching grant funds from the Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) to promote a 331-mile route through the Western Rockies. Each of the five towns will...
When Sustainability Meets Creativity

When Sustainability Meets Creativity

Encouraging Eco-Friendly Choices with Local Charm and Convenience  This past fall, Sustainable Crested Butte received a “Paid to Create” grant to enhance their new water bottle filling station at the Old Town Hall Bus Stop in the Crested Butte Creative...
2018 Annual Report

2018 Annual Report

The Crested Butte Creative District’s 2018 annual report is now live! Through the report, you’ll learn more about the Creative District and how it supports our creative community while demonstrating the importance of the creative sector. We hope you enjoy...
New Public Art Unveiling on November 23rd!

New Public Art Unveiling on November 23rd!

Local creative Heather Bischoff has been hard at work on Anima on 3rd Street, our newest public art installation at 308 3rd street in the Crested Butte Creative District. Come on out on Friday, November 23rd from 5-6pm to view the installation and meet the artist. ...
Exploring Our History: Art History of Crested Butte

Exploring Our History: Art History of Crested Butte

Local artists Nicholas Reti (above left) and Ivy Walker (above middle) received a Paid to Create grant in Fall 2017 for their project called “The History of Art in Crested Butte” with the goals of uncovering, discovering, and archiving our local art history. The...
Tourism Association: Partnering with the Creative District

Tourism Association: Partnering with the Creative District

This column, written by Laurel Runcie, Marketing Director for the Gunnison-Crested Butte Tourism Association, was featured in the Crested Butte News on October 18, 2018. The branding study from 2003 that still guides a lot of our messaging at the Tourism Association...