Manitou Art Center

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We have two separate musical events coming up on March 8th. The first is that Michael Galvin will be playing classical guitar before the Colorado Springs Writers Reading series on Friday, March 9th at 6:30pm.  The Reading series begins at 7:30pm in the 513 building. The second is the next up in our line of acts for the Venue 515 Local Music Series. Adam & Stilwagen will be playing an evening of originals mixed with a [...]

Categories: Event, Live Performance, Music

The Luke Ellington Blues Band will be playing Venue 515 this Friday, February 22nd. Doors open at 7:00pm and the show starts at 7:30pm. Come out and enjoy live and local music. Barbecue beer and wine will be available to purchase for your enjoyment and the sales benefit the BAC. Tickets are $5 and are available in advance online at, or at the BAC.

Categories: Event, Live Performance, Music

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Categories: Education

On February 13th we will be hosting artist talks for each of our shows currently on display. Starting at 6pm these talks will feature brief talks by Emily Hines (You and Not Your Gifts), Audrey Grey (Earth Works)and both Ludel and Erika Walter (Generations). These talks will then be followed by a question and answer session. Nothing goes with art quite like good discussion.