Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Peak Radar

There's a new link on the right: PeakRadar, the region's most comprehensive events calendar. It's off to a great start, but an informational hub is only as good as its information, so if you're planning something public, be sure and submit it. The online form is dauntingly long but impressively complete.

PeakRadar is sponsored by COPPeR - the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region - "a nonprofit organization connecting residents and visitors to arts and culture to enrich the Pikes Peak region of Colorado." (I can't improve on that boilerplate copy.) Its kick-off coincided with the release of Arts & Economic Prosperity III, the latest Americans for the Arts study on the state of the nation's non-profit arts organizations. (To boil down the 270-page report, it's better than it was five years ago.) The complete report, along with some shorter abstracts, is available here.

4 Comments:

Blogger atomicelroy said...

how come no one comments on your blog?

9:06 AM  
Blogger Mark Arnest said...

I have a theory about this, but it is so personally humiliating that I don't dare divulge it to anyone.

11:40 AM  
Anonymous Ellen Troyer said...

Love this blog!

I visit it often, as do many others. Most blog viewers don't take the time to write comments.

Keep up the good work.

6:55 AM  
Blogger tarianann said...

I promise to comment from now on
:-)...Mark, I am still interested in your theory...By the way, totally unrelated, but I went to Sandra Bernhardt last night and it was fantastic! That woman rocks.

12:21 PM  

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