Anythink wins Business for the Arts Award

Award honors business and arts partnerships in Colorado

Staff report
Posted 1/8/20

Anythink has been named as a 2020 Business for the Arts Award honoree by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. The annual award honors outstanding business and arts partnerships from across …

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Anythink wins Business for the Arts Award

Award honors business and arts partnerships in Colorado

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Anythink has been named as a 2020 Business for the Arts Award honoree by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. The annual award honors outstanding business and arts partnerships from across the state to be celebrated at the Business for the Arts Awards Luncheon in March.

Anythink was given this award for inspiring and facilitating creativity through The Studio, interactive public art and cultural programming, according to a news release. The library is one of six other honorees.

The award is the only statewide event honoring organizations and individuals for their engagement with the arts, the release said. Tickets for the awards luncheon, which will be March 10 at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, are available at https://cbca.org.

“One of our core values at Anythink is `Everyone is creative,’ and we live this value by supporting the creativity of our staff and community,” Stacie Ledden, Anythink director of innovations and brand strategy, said in the release. “Libraries are critical institutions that help people follow their passions and live more creative lives.”

Anythink was nominated for the award by Denver-based Alt Ethos, a creative technology studio focused on innovative projects. Alt Ethos created Anythink’s latest collaborative public art installation - “The Singing Tree” - for the Perl Mack community of Denver.

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