Economic & Cultural Impact Statements

2013 Economic & Cultural Impact Statement  The Arts Center had 125+ committed volunteers who in 2013 donated 4,003.75 hours of service.

2014 Economic & Cultural Impact Statement  In 2014, 16,000 students and chaperones participated in tours of the Helen T. White Galleries, Buell Children’s Museum, Community Outreach, or attended a performance.

2015 Economic & Cultural Impact Statement  The Sangre de Cristo Arts Center had over 1,700 individual donors in 2015. Of these, over $180,000 was from 270 funders outside of Pueblo County.

2016 Economic & Cultural Impact Statement  The Arts Center stewards a collection estimated at nearly $10 million in value, and a portion is on display at the Arts Center and throughout the community year-round. The permanent collection grew by 280 pieces in 2016 to over 2,750 artworks.

Financial Reports

2015:  990  |  Audit

2016:  990  |  Audit




Header artwork: Detail of "Fall" by Joe Maktima from the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center permanent collection