The Pikes Peak Arts Council is a non-profit organization founded in 1968 to honor, connect, and enrich local artists, working to ensure that artists are thriving in, and essential to, the Pikes Peak Region.
PPAC coordinates an Annual Member Show and offers members additional paid performance and exhibit opportunities including festivals, mixer events, and more. PPAC Members of any discipline are invited to present, perform and exhibit artistic work through the following organizational opportunities.
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2022 PPAC Member Show
The 2022 Member show took place at Academy Art and Frame in Colorado Springs.
The 2018 Members show took place at the Ivywild School in Colorado Springs.
The 2017 Member Show took place through December at the Plaza of the Rockies Gallery in downtown Colorado Springs, featuring 30 PPAC member visual and 3D artists and performances by the Colorado Springs Children's Chorale, the Colorado Ballet Society, and an installation by JD Sell.
The 2016 Member Show took place throughout December at Cottonwood Center for the Arts, featuring 23 PPAC member visual and 3D artists and performances by Ormao Dance Company.
The 2015 Member Show took place December 2015-January 2016 at Library 21c, featuring 18 PPAC member visual artists.
Stay tuned for our next PPAC Member Show call for artists in Fall!
art in city hall and city administration
PPAC curates a rotating collection of artwork in the Citizens Gallery in City Hall and the City Administration Building in downtown Colorado Springs.
ART IN UCCS DOWNTOWN
PPAC curates a rotating collection of artwork in UCCS DOWNTOWN in Colorado Springs.
ART IN ZONE fIVE
PPAC curates a rotating collection of artwork in zoneFIVE in the Knob Hill Urban Art District in Colorado Springs.
ART IN Salad or bust
PPAC curates a rotating collection of artwork in Salad or Bust in Downtown Colorado Springs.