March afternoons are not prone to predictability, but Saturday's sunny skies and pleasant breezes produced the perfect weather for a semi-outdoor art show created and hosted collaboratively by the Pueblo Food Project and Pueblo Art Guild.
The Pueblo West Women's League, a service organization that supports Pueblo West's various community efforts, recently donated a sculpture to the community that is meant to honor the community's first responders.
This month is National Youth Art Month and in celebration we have three featured youth artists from our community! Part of our mission at the Pueblo Arts Alliance is to support up and coming artists by providing platforms and opportunities for growth and we love seeing young people get to be a part of that! With special help from our Impact Youth Group we're happy to get to sponsor these three awesome artists. Which one is your favorite?
As part of the Impact Youth Initiative of the Pueblo Arts Alliance, Spencer eagerly donated his time and talents to the revitalization of Central Plaza, which sits in the heart of the Creative Corridor.
Over a hundred people gathered in Pueblo on Sept. 4 as part of the Arts Alliance's First Friday event.
It was called "The Fight - A Retrospective of Social Justice." It was a chance for the community to come together and honor movements, past and present.
Groups in Pueblo want to provide some inspiration during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Pueblo Arts Alliance and the Impact Youth Initiative teamed up to make COVID-19 inspired chalk art pieces at Bingo Burger.