The Carnegie Center for Creativity is currently closed for renovations with an anticipated reopening mid-year 2024.
In 2015, the Fort Collins community passed the Community Capital Improvement Program (CCIP) Ballot Measure, and the CCC was scheduled for renovation beginning in 2024. However, renovation work on the building outside of what was planned in the CCIP has already begun (Phase One). To capitalize on that work and minimize future building closure, the City has decided to move forward with the CCIP renovation work in 2023 (Phase Two). The total project focuses on infrastructure and historic restoration to ensure the building will continue to function as an accessible community creative space and public resource into the future.
About the Carnegie Center for Creativity#
The Carnegie Center for Creativity (Carnegie) at the Historic Carnegie Building is owned and operated by the City of Fort Collins. The Carnegie is home to public gallery, classroom, and meeting spaces that are available to rent for exhibition, performance, teaching and event purposes. The Carnegie is intended to be used by artists from various disciplines, employing a wide range of artistic expressions. The Carnegie is also home to the Downtown Fort Collins Creative District and Fort Collins Public Media.
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