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Cultural Services

Leading In Cultural Experience, Making It An Essential Value To The Community

Art in Public Places

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Art in Public Places began in 1995 to encourage and enhance artistic expression and appreciation and to add value to the Fort Collins community through acquiring, exhibiting, and maintaining public art. Visit the Art in Public Places website to learn about current projects and find an artwork near you.

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Carnegie Center for Creativity

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The Carnegie features gallery and performance spaces for local and regional artists, with exhibits changing on a weekly basis.  Monthly events include First Friday Gallery Walk. Learn about gallery rentals.

200 Mathews Street, 970-416-2789
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Fort Collins Museum of Discovery (FCMoD)

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Through a unique mix of science and history, you’ll encounter ideas, objects, phenomena, and events at FCMoD that paint a broad picture of the world, how it works, and your place in it. The amazing new FCMoD is a place to explore your world and expand your mind…So come explore…learn…reflect…have fun!

408 Mason Court, 970-221-6738
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The Gardens on Spring Creek

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The Gardens on Spring Creek is your community botanic garden. Our gardens include a Children’s Garden, Plant Select Demonstration Garden, Xeric Parkway Strip, Rock Garden, Sustainable Backyard, and the Garden of Eatin’. The Gardens offers gardening classes and inspiration for adults and youth, engaging community events, and a beautiful setting for all to enjoy. Come explore your community botanic garden…Take Root, Grow, Flourish with us!

2145 Centre Avenue, 970-416-2486
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The Lincoln Center

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The recently renovated Lincoln Center is one of Colorado’s largest and most diverse presenters of professional theater, Broadway, dance, music, visual arts and family programs. The complex features two performing arts theaters (a 1,180 seat performance hall and a 220-seat theatre), a state-of-the-art gallery, a remodeled ballroom, conference rooms, and Roof Top Deck.

417 West Magnolia Street, 970-221-6735
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