Art Lab and FoCo arts scene reach national audience
Art Lab and the greater Fort Collins art community received national attention in the December/January edition of American Craft Magazine.
“Hand in hand: Fort Collins, Colorado” walks readers through Fort Collins’ varied and lively art scene, from Old Town to the Warehouse District.
“Nestled between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains, Fort Collins, Colorado is a small city bursting with creative talent,” writes author Molly McCowan.
As it guides readers through downtown, the article stops to highlight Art Lab, a place for “anyone with a creative idea who needs a space to make it happen.” With events ranging from performances to classes to exhibitions, Art Lab helps bring local artists to the community.
The article also introduces readers to local creative spaces such as The Downtown Artery, Trimble Court Artisans, Wadoo, Smokestack Pottery and Wolverine Farm Letterpress and Publick House.
American Craft Magazine is a bimonthly publication with more than 96,000 readers across the country. The magazine is produced by the American Craft Council who, for more than 75 years, has worked to support craft and professional makers through nonprofit shows, educational resources and annual craft shows.
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