The City of Englewood will host ‘Englewood Creates: Be Creative, Build Resources, Bridge Communities’, an evening event at the Black Cube Headquarters for local Englewood area creatives, artists and arts-driven small businesses to meet, connect and collaborate. The free event will take place at the Black Cube Headquarters, located at 2925 S. Umatilla St., Englewood, May 23 from 5-8 p.m. and will feature notable local sponsors and special guest speakers including Englewood Mayor Linda Olson and Council Member Amy Martinez.
Englewood Creates is a collaborative effort between the City of Englewood’s Economic Development Program and Black Cube Headquarters. The event is a continuation of the city’s goal of fostering connections between creatives and arts-driven small businesses and for the Englewood art community to grow, share resources and build connections. Local food and beverage sponsors include The Brew on Broadway, The Whiskey Biscuit, The South and ZOMO. Live music will be provided as well allowing attendees to enjoy a fun and casual open- house atmosphere.
Olson states “Englewood Creates will showcase the wide variety of highly talented artists and creative entrepreneurs from our community and allow for their continued growth through networking, partnering, and friendships that are made at this exciting event.”
Sponsors include Museum of Outdoor Arts, Aurora Small Business Development Center, City of Englewood, Englewood Cultural Arts Commission, and the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce. These sponsors will provide information to raise awareness of artist and small business resources that are available to help the Englewood creative community collectively grow.
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