Manitou Art Center

Art that makes you think

Venue 515  | 515 Manitou Avenue, Manitou Springs, Colorado

First built in 1893 as the Manitou Livery and Transfer Co., 515 Manitou Avenue has seen Manitou grow and change. The building was given new life when the BAC completed an extensive renovation that now makes it a perfect venue for a variety of activities including: live music and theater, visual art exhibitions, classes and workshops, artist studios and your private party. An artistic atmosphere, exceptional facilities, and professional event staff will make planning and hosting your event at the BAC a distinctive experience.
The largest room in the building, Spencer Hall, is a 2500 sq. ft. central hall that can accommodate 232 persons. Just across from memorial park. Several hotels and bed and breakfasts within few blocks. Local restaurants within walking distance.

The MAC presently uses Spencer Hall to present art exhibitions, Improv Colorado shows, and live music in collaboration with KRCC, A Music company, and many local and talented musicians.

Spencer Hall Rental Rates

Please email Natalie at manitouartctr@gmail.com with potential dates and times, venue, and number of attendees

Services included in these rates:

  • - Room set up and breakdown with your choice of tables and chairs
  • - House lighting and stage lighting
  • - 8 foot by 8 foot projection screen
  • - Please Note: Facility cleanup {venue and kitchen areas} is the responsibility of the renter

Conference Room Rates

Come use our conference room for your next meeting. Includes a private room with two long tables and seating for 10 to 15 people. Please email Natalie at manitouartctr@gmail.com with potential dates and times, venue, and number of attendees.

Liquor Laws: The MAC has a liquor license and will comply with Colorado Liquor Laws. All liquor must be purchased through the MAC and served by MAC personnel and may not be brought in or removed from the premises.

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Catering: The MAC has a working relationship with the following caterers

  • Cravings/Picnic Basket – 719.635.0200
  • Buffalo Gals Catering – 719.635.0200
  • Food Designers – 719.632.5414
  • You and I Catering – 719.572.9233
  • Garden of the Gods Gourmet – 719.471.2799
  • Alpine Chef – 719.471.3663
  • Front Range BBQ – 719.632.2596

We are willing to work with any licensed caterer. We just require a copy of their catering license. No personal food items can be brought into our kitchen facilities per health department regulations.

Contact us to schedule a personal tour of the space!
Executive Director- Natalie Johnson
manitouartctr@gmail.com – 719.685.1861