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Media Coverage of
Durango Showcase of the Arts
- Durango Herald, June 1, 2010 -
Showcase of the Arts is for all mediums
When it comes to what sustains our livelihood, Durango is no one-trick
are fortunate to have a diverse economy. Consider the sources of
industry that make up our local economy such as farm and ranch, oil
and gas, government and higher education, small business and
manufacturing, health care, tourism and recreation. But in this new
economy, we'll need to do more than just take care of what currently
takes care of us. We'll need to open up new opportunities to expand
the economy and further broaden our diversity. The arts is one area
that has the potential to do that. ..........
Read the entire article at: http://durangoherald.com/sections/A&E/2010/06/01/Fall_Showcase_of_the_Arts_is_for_all_mediums/
Magazine - Summer 2010 - COMMUNITY Issue -
the Arts by Stew Mosberg
When cultural hounds out this way feel the need to indulge their fancy for theater, dance, music and art, they might plan a visit to New York City, or in some cases, the itch may be sated with a scenic drive to Santa Fe. Well, be still my heart, Durango is poised to have its very own week of artistic wonder.
Read the entire article at:
Herald Sept. 10, 2010
for all & then some
to the Herald
Last Updated; Friday, September 10, 2010 12:00AM
out of a conference held in Durango a few years ago, the inaugural
Showcase of the Arts was the brainchild of Downtown Events and
Business Development Manager Bob Kunkel. Although the promised
marketing money to promote the events was only partially secured, the
10-day program will begin today nonetheless.
the entire article at: http://durangoherald.com/sections/A&E/2010/09/10/Something_for_all__then_some/