Fostering an inclusive, culturally rich, creatively vibrant and arts-engaged community
FoCo Creates Arts and Culture Master Plan
Fort Collins is consistently and broadly recognized as a destination community to live, work, play and visit. Integral to the City’s reputation and established quality of life are the values and vitality that the arts, culture and creative sector bring to the community.
Art In Public Places
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.
Carnegie Center for Creativity
The historic Carnegie building is home to an art gallery, classroom, and meeting spaces that are available to rent for exhibitions, performances, and cultural programs. The Carnegie Center is intended to be an affordable rental space used by artists from various disciplines. Monthly events include a First Friday Gallery Walk.
200 Matthews Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery is an interactive and immersive museum, dedicated to creating meaningful opportunities to learn, reflect and have fun through hands-on and collections-based explorations in science, history, and culture.
408 Mason Court, Fort Collins, CO 80524
The Gardens on Spring Creek
With the mission to improve the lives of people and foster environmental stewardship through horticulture, the Gardens on Spring Creek is a botanic oasis situated in the heart of Fort Collins. Offering twelve acres of curated gardens and the first ever Butterfly House in northern Colorado, the Gardens on Spring Creek is an extraordinary place for all ages to connect with nature. Classes, camps and tours, community garden outreach, volunteer opportunities, summer concerts and special events are also offered.
2145 Centre Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80526
The Lincoln Center
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, Fort Collins, CO 80521
Fort Fund Grant Program
Established in 1989, the Fort Fund grant program supports arts and cultural organizations that enrich the creative vitality of our community. Supported by lodging tax revenues, the program promotes local heritage and diversity, provides opportunities for arts and cultural participation, helps promote Fort Collins as a cultural center and tourist destination, and promotes the health and well-being of all residents and visitors. Local nonprofit organizations are encouraged to apply. More information can be found in the link below.