Pueblo’s Sangre de Cristo Arts Center has grown from a $100,000 budget to more than $2 million.
Pueblo’s Sangre de Cristo Arts Center has grown from a $100,000 budget to more than $2 million.

Founded in 1972, the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center was originally funded by grants from the federal Economic Development Agency and Pueblo County. The center originally consisted of a single gallery, a 500-seat theater, studio/classroom spaces, a dance studio, as well as a conference and banquet facility. The museum expanded in 1982 and again in […]

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