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The Alphabet of Smoke

The Fine Arts Center Theatre Company is proud to present the regional premiere of Anna in the Tropics. Take a deeper dive into this Pulitzer Prize-winning play with author Nilo Cruz’s essay, The Alphabet of Smoke. “My fascination with the world of cigars started with cigar boxes and cigar labels.  These wooden boxes, with their […]

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Meet our Feb/March member of the month: Zunneh-bah Martin

Member for 2 years Why did you become a member of the Fine Arts Center? As a student at the Colorado College, I became a member of the Fine Arts Center. During my Freshman year, I was able to enrich my experience as a student by visiting the FAC for class assignments and community events. […]

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Meet our Dec/Jan members of the month: Terry Cline, Stephanie Alberti, Terresse and Soffiya Alberti-Cline

New FAC members Why did you become a member of the Fine Arts Center? Terry: First of all, our family became members this year due to the fourth grade Fine Arts Center program. However, I have always wanted to take my grandchildren to the Fine Arts Center to share in its culture and arts and […]

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Meet our Oct/Nov members of the month: Julia and Drew Baxter

FAC members for 1 year Why did you become a member of the Fine Arts Center? Julia: I knew Drew would love going to all the exhibits and fun events, and I couldn’t pass up the 4th grade program. Drew: I love looking at art and creating art. When did your interest in the arts […]

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Tactile Gallery Acquisition

Touch, but please don’t taste this delicious new Tactile Gallery acquisition For the past 37 years, the mission of the Mashburn/Marshall Tactile Gallery has been to enrich the museum experience of every visitor with special attention to those who are blind, sight-impaired, or have special needs. Mary Mashburn, co-founder of the Tactile Gallery and recent […]

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