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June 2021 Newsletter

The Pueblo Creative Corridor’s First Friday Art Walk festivities begin at 5 p.m. on June 4th. Visit more than 35 art galleries, restaurants and businesses throughout the Creative Corridor! First Friday Art Walk activities are free.

Trivia at the Arts Alliance!

Trivia is back! Join us for a live trivia event on June 11th at 7pm, in our brand new gallery here at the Pueblo Arts Alliance, Liminal Space. Play as an individual or as a team of five or less for your chance to win local prizes for both first and second place! If you can't make it into the gallery you can still play via live stream through our Facebook page.

Grand Opening: Liminal Space Gallery

Join us in Liminal Space! We’re hosting a gallery grand opening for the new Liminal Space Gallery on June 4th, First Friday, from 6pm to 9:30pm at the Pueblo Arts Alliance Studios. Come see live music from It’s a Trade Thing, get food by the Holy Cow Food Truck, see open studio tours for our resident artists, browse the Creative ReUse Store of Pueblo and see an amazing gallery show featuring over 15 local artists!

Impact Youth Initiative SpencFest Celebration

Impact Youth Initiative would like to invite you to our SpencFest in Central Plaza on Saturday, June 12th from 4 pm-7 pm. Please join us for a special evening as we commemorate our time spent working to beautify this community. We would like to take this opportunity to show our appreciation to all of our Impact students who have worked so very hard and taken extreme pride in their community. We will also be honoring our Impact student Spencer Warners’ heavenly birthday. On this day we will honor Spencer and Impact Youth Initiative.

Food-based art celebrated at Pueblo art show

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.

Women's League donates sculpture

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.

National Youth Art Month

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?

Impact Youth Initiative prepares meals for those in need

The Impact Youth Imitative put together care packages today.

Central Plaza project will pay tribute to teen who contributed to it

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.

Vinewood Park project proves the power of partnership in Pueblo

What began as an email from an optimistic teenager to the city blossomed into a vibrant new start for a beautiful space with a troubled past.

Celebrating a new start to Pueblo’s Vinewood Park

The four-wall mural is up, aesthetic touches have been added throughout, and now Vinewood Park is ready for what advocates hope will be a fresh new start.

Vibrant mural bringing light into Pueblo’s Vinewood Park

The images coming to life on the formerly gray walls are bright, cheerful, hope-inspiring.

Pueblo Arts Alliance holds First Friday event

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.

COVID-19 inspired chalk art at Bingo Burger in Pueblo

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.