Take a trip through Mexico without even leaving Pueblo!
Two different Mexican folklore dance groups, Omawari and Aymoray, came together to present The Colors of Mexico.
It was a chance for seasoned dancers to teach and dance along with younger dancers. All of them got to show of their... more »
It's a unique gift to give someone special this holiday season. Own Your Own is celebrating 45 years at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Pueblo. It gives you a chance to browse art by local artists, and if you see something you like, you can buy it! If... more »
Chalk drawing, music, and more!
It was fun for all ages at the Family Arts Festival in Pueblo.
The Sangre de Cristo Arts Center holds the festival as the opening event for 40 Fairy Tale Days of Summer.
Saturday kids got to dance and meet some of their... more »
The Sangre de Cristo Hospice Foundation plans to open a thrift store in the Regency Square Shopping Center in Pueblo.
The shop will sell items that have been donated, including art, furniture, tools and upper-end clothing.
The shop will open on June 1 and will be staffed by... more »
CRESTONE, Colo.(AP)-Belinda Ellis' farewell went as she wanted. One by one, her family placed juniper boughs and logs about her body, covered in red cloth atop a rectangular steel grate inside a brick-lined hearth. With a torch, her husband lit the fire that consumed her, sending billows of smoke into... more »
Maggie Divelbiss is retiring as Executive Director of the Sangre De Cristo Arts Center in Pueblo after 38 years. Next week there will be a farewell reception to honor her contributions to the arts. Divelbiss has worked for the arts center almost from the beginning. It opened in the early... more »
The Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center will offer free admission this Saturday to its art galleries and to the Buell Children's Museum.
The free admission recognizes Arts in Education Week.
The Buell Children's Museum is open 10 am - 4 pm Saturday, while the Helen T.... more »
A well-known woman in the local art industry has announced her retirement. Maggie Divelbiss will retire as Executive Director of the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Pueblo, at the end of the year. Divelbiss has served as the director for 21 years and was involved with its development from... more »
If you're suffering from the after-the-holidays-blues--it's time to snap out of your funk. The Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Pueblo is launching Festival Fridays, every Friday this month, to get you out of your rountine and hanging out with your friends. The kick-off is this Friday with The Real... more »