2023 Business for the Arts Awards Luncheon Program

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Business for the Arts Awards

Tuesday, March 7, 2023 | 11:00 am — 1:30 pm Seawell Ballroom, Denver Center for the Performing Arts

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Welcome to the 2023 Business for the Arts Awards

Luncheon, presented by EY and PNC Bank. For over 35 years, Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) has celebrated outstanding arts and business partnerships, creative workspaces, innovative collaborations and exemplary leadership across the state. Thanks for joining us in recognizing these companies and individuals for going above and beyond to support the arts.

Donate to CBCA today by scanning this QR code:

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Learn more about how CBCA is advancing Colorado’s creative economy by connecting arts & business at cbca.org.

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Thank You Sponsors

Presenting Sponsors

Award Artwork Sponsor

Centerpiece Sponsor

Entertainment Sponsor

Networking Reception Sponsor

VIP Reception Sponsor

In-Kind and Media Partners


Business for the Arts

VIP Reception at Prelude + Post

Sponsored by Anythink Libraries

Live music by Casino Perosi

Networking Reception

Sponsored by Xcel Energy

Performance by Planina: Songs of Eastern Europe

Welcome Remarks

Dustin Whistler, Principal, Forte Commercial Real Estate and CBCA Board Chair

Christin Crampton Day, CBCA Executive Director

Jim Benemann, CBS4 Anchor


“Insecurious” performed by Kayla Marque; accompanied by Enmanuel Alexander

Award Presentation

Arts & Business Partnership Awards


Colorado School of Mines

Fitzsimons Credit Union

EY Next Wave Leadership Award

Ashley Cornelius

Presented by Christine Quintana, Partner | Assurance Services, EY


Leela Dance Collective, “Malkauns Tarana” performed by Carrie Jennings

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Awards Program

Award Presentation

Arts & Business Partnership Awards

Gill Foundation & Scream Agency


PNC Bank Cultural Leadership Award

Deborah Malden

Presented by Ryan Beiser, Colorado Regional President, PNC Bank

Volunteer Attorney Impact Award

Brian Hanning


Boulder Bassoon Quartet, “Eleanor Rigby,” by The Beatles. “Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs, IV. The Soldier,” by David Ludwig. Performed by Michael Christoph, Kent Hurd, Brian Jack and Ethan Turner

Invitation to Support CBCA

Award Presentation

Arts & Business Partnership Awards

Mishawaka Amphitheatre


U.S. Bank

John Madden, Jr. Leadership Award

Merle Chambers


Wild Heart Dance, excerpt from “Grace”, Four Seasons by Vivaldi, recomposed by Max Ritcher. Danced by Mimi Ferrie, Kat Gurley, Page Jenkins, Faith Markovetz and Bridget Ryan

Closing Remarks

Dustin Whistler and Christin Crampton Day


Arts & Business Partnership Award

Honorees Colectiva

Colectiva is dedicated to advancing Latinx and BIPOC artists and creative businesses, ranging from chefs to dancers, through meaningful partnerships. Since 2020, Colectiva has worked with over 30 businesses and organizations to foster collaborations, produce events, infuse our community with art and advocate for culture. Colectiva’s work with creative entrepreneurs promotes fair compensation and combats cultural appropriation and erasure.

Colorado School of Mines

Colorado School of Mines students and faculty in the George S. Ansell Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and the Hennebach Program in the Humanities collaborated with performing arts collective itchy-O to create a one-of-a-kind fifty-plus-piece gamelan musical instrument. This unique partnership advanced the field of musical engineering and showcased the intersection of the arts and science to the school and broader community.

Fitzsimons Credit Union

Fitzsimons Credit Union is deeply invested in supporting and promoting the community where their members live, including the Aurora Cultural Arts District, recognized as the most culturally diverse area in the state. Fitzsimons’ philanthropy and employee engagement support Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA), Aurora Fox Theater, Colfax Canvas Mural Fest, and We Are A-Town Art District Clean-Up events.

Gill Foundation & Scream Agency

Gill Foundation and Scream Agency partnered with LGBTQ artists in Denver, as well as History Colorado and RiNo Arts District, to depict and raise awareness about the pivotal LGBTQ milestones in 2021 on canvas, wood, and even a warehouse garage. Gill Foundation is one of the nation’s largest funders of LGBTQ equality. Scream Agency is a creative agency and B Corp that helps organizations be heard and do good.

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McWhinney believes that incorporating art is necessary for successful placemaking. With arts and culture as one of its brand pillars, McWhinney brings its commitment to life at every property they develop, residential and commercial, including a multitude of properties in Colorado, such as Dairy Block’s Alley and Maven Hotel, Chapungu Sculpture Park at Centerra in Loveland and the extensive art collection at Denver Union Station.

Mishawaka Amphitheatre

Located in Northern Colorado, Mishawaka Amphitheatre and their philanthropic arm, the Mish Initiative, have been partnering with the Front Range community and beyond to expand access to live music, catalyze the careers of Colorado musicians, and shape policy to improve the music ecosystem. The Mish Initiative provides in-kind donations, financial contributions, mentoring and industry expertise to advance Colorado’s music infrastructure.


Modivcare partnered with nonprofit Access Gallery to fill their entire new corporate headquarters in Denver’s Tech Center with 100 original artworks created by artists with disabilities and seniors. The art brings a sense of pride and engagement to the Modivcare staff since the artworks represent members of the same underserved communities they work with to provide healthcare and transportation services.

U.S. Bank

U.S. Bank is a national leader in corporate support and employee engagement for arts and culture. The arts are one of three community focus areas, which results in more than $250,000 annually and 10,000 volunteer hours in Colorado to support a range of cultural organizations through the U.S. Bank Foundation, corporate sponsorships and community leadership with diversity, equity and inclusion as a guiding value.

The Arts & Business Partnership Award honorees are exemplary organizations that have gone above and beyond to support the arts and creative industries.

The EY Next Wave Leadership Award honors rising professionals who are leading the future of our cultural community.

Ashley Cornelius

EY Next Wave Leadership Award Volunteer Attorney Impact Award

Ashley Cornelius, LPC is the RESTORE Program Manager at Denver Health and the Pikes Peak Region Poet Laureate. Ashley is a passionate advocate for mental health, empowerment and racial equity. A licensed counselor and co-founder of Poetry 719, Ashley is committed to using poetry as a platform to speak up and out for marginalized groups and be a voice for those who have been silenced.

The Volunteer Attorney Impact Award recognizes an outstanding attorney who has provided pro bono legal services to Colorado creatives and advanced CBCA’s Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) program.

Brian Hanning

Brian Hanning is an attorney at Hanning Law Limited in Fort Collins focused on supporting entrepreneurs with intellectual property and business counsel. Brian has been an active volunteer with Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) since 2017, helping numerous artists and creative professionals with their legal needs, answering questions on CAFTA consultation clinics, and advocating for startup and small business support in Northern Colorado.

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PNC Bank Cultural Leadership Award

The PNC Bank Cultural Leadership Award recognizes an outstanding graduate of CBCA’s Leadership Arts program who had made an impact on arts and culture in Colorado.

Deborah Malden

Deborah Malden is the Arts Liaison & Advisor for the Boulder Chamber and is Co-Founder/Board Member for Create Boulder. Deborah has been advocating for the arts since graduating from Leadership Arts in 2013 with a focus on increasing resources for artists and cultural organizations. Deborah’s leadership service includes 3rd Law Dance/Theater, SCFD Board of Directors, Create Boulder, Boulder Chamber, CBCA’s Colorado Cultural Champions and more.

John Madden, Jr. Leadership Award

Named for CBCA’s founding chairman, the John Madden, Jr. Leadership Award recognizes a lifetime of extraordinary leadership and a legacy of support for the arts.

Merle Chambers

After a career leading an oil & gas company, Merle Chambers shifted her focus to philanthropy in order to advance cultural vitality and equitable access to arts. Merle supported scholarship programs and significant capital projects at several performance venues and cultural institutions, including co-founding the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art. Merle was recently appointed by President Biden to the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts (PACA).

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Arts & Entertainment

Award Artwork Sponsored by HealthONE

Autumn T. Thomas

Autumn T. Thomas is an interdisciplinary artist currently working in wood sculpture. Her work challenges the boundaries of visual literacy by transforming wood into soft, twisting forms, mimicking the endurance required to thrive amidst the oppression and marginalization of women of color. She is sponsored by Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator (DVCAI) and the National Performance Network. atthomas.com

Centerpieces Sponsored by Bellco Credit Union Art Students League of Denver

For over 35 years, Art Students League of Denver (ASLD) has provided an inclusive art community where professional artists guide individuals of all abilities to reach their highest potential. ALSD believes that everyone can experience the joy of art. In addition to classes and workshops, ASLD’s community engagement activities include exhibits, programs and partnerships with diverse groups. asld.org

VIP Reception Sponsored by Anythink Libraries

Casino Perosi

Originally from Miami, Casino Perosi is a Cuban-American singer, songwriter, musician and event producer with a Latin-infused R&B sound. He has performed at the Pepsi Center, opened for national touring acts and had a yearlong residency at the Meadowlark. He performs regularly with the SoFar Sounds concert series and hosts a monthly songwriter showcase. casinoperosi.com

Networking Reception Sponsored by Xcel Energy

Planina: Songs of Eastern Europe

Established in 1988, Planina is a group of singers and instrumentalists from the Denver-Boulder area who perform the haunting and beautiful songs of eastern Europe from Albania to Ukraine. Planina’s mission is to bring joy to and educate audiences, and to enrich the community through singing and playing the music of Eastern Europe in a way that does justice to the beauty of this music. planina.org

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Entertainment Sponsored By Moye White

Kayla Marque

Kayla Marque is a singer, songwriter and performance artist born and raised in Denver. As the program manager at Diversify the Stage, Kayla Marque is looking to the future. Her next solo project promises to continue in a more playful energy, exploring themes of beauty, pleasure and fantasy, while still grounded by the raw honesty that ties all her music together. kaylamarque.com

Leela Dance Collective

Leela Dance Collective is an internationally touring dance company that advances kathak, classical dance from North India. Through traditional works and cross-genre collaborations, the Collective brings the richness and depth of Indian classical dance to contemporary audiences worldwide. Believing in collective creativity, artists are based in California, New York and Denver. www.leela.dance

Boulder Bassoon Quartet

Since 2006, the Boulder Bassoon Quartet has impressed a wide audience through substantive, engaging performances. At home in a variety of venues, the Quartet is dedicated to expanding the repertoire for the bassoon quartet in a variety of genres (classical, pop, blues, experimental) through new arrangements and original compositions. boulderbassoons.com

Wild Heart Dance

Wild Heart Dance is a contemporary dance company based in the front range of Colorado. Wild Heart uses dance, music and physical transformation as the sole vehicle for performance. The dancers’ varied experiences and backgrounds are rooted in a passion for and love of dance. Their newest original production, “Oceans,” premieres in April, 2023. wildheartdance.com


Premier Tables

Heritage, Culture & the Arts


40 West Arts

Access Gallery

Adams County Cultural Arts

Anythink Libraries

Art Students League of Denver

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities


Bob Keatinge

BOK Financial

Boulder Chamber


Children’s Hospital Colorado


College of Letters, Arts &

Sciences, MSU Denver

Colorado Ballet

Denver Art Museum

Denver Arts & Venues

Denver Botanic Gardens

Denver Business Journal

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Denver Rock Orchestra

Denver School of the Arts

Friends Foundation

Denver Zoo

Foothills Art Center

Gill Foundation

Insit LLC

Kaiser Permanente Colorado

Kim Estes McCarty

Lark & Key Real Estate

Leith Ventures, LLC

Ligature Creative

Littleton Arts and Culture Commission

Lone Tree Arts Center

Meow Wolf Denver

Merle Chambers

Mishawaka Amphitheatre


Newman Center for the Performing Arts

Opera Colorado



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Contributors & Judges

Awards Emcee

Jim Benemann, CBS4

2023 Business For The Arts Awards Judges

Kirsty Greer, Senior Vice President, McWhinney

Jen Morris, Executive Director, Denver Economic Development & Opportunity, City and County of Denver

Kennedy Pugh, Founder, Colorado Arts and Artists

Christine Quintana, Partner | Assurance Services, EY

Jose “Chepe” Rosales, Co-Founder & Executive Director, ArtistiCO

David Siegel, Executive Director, Ent Center for the Arts at UCCS

Sam Somuri, OCIO Sr. Investment Advisor, PNC Bank

Production Moxtopia Design Ligature Creative Printing The Publishing House


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Develop diverse leaders and board members for nonprofit cultural organizations

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CBCA Membership

There are many ways that you can get involved at the intersection of arts and business, especially through CBCA Membership.

CBCA Members represent numerous corporate, arts and civic organizations from many sectors choosing to be at the dynamic intersection of arts and business. Members have opportunities to network, celebrate and contribute to the vital arts and cultural community of Colorado.

Members receive:

Complimentary tickets and behind the scenes cultural experiences for employees to a variety of arts venues and performances through monthly ArtsConnect events

Member pricing for signature CBCA programs and events such as Business for the Arts Awards Luncheon, Arts + Industry Forums and Leadership Arts.

Invitations to Member Meet-Up networking events

Visit cbca.org to learn more and join today!
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Board of Directors

Dustin Whistler, Chair Founder & Principal, Forte Commercial Real Estate

Nancy Walsh, Vice Chair

Vice President of Partnerships & Programs, Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Peter Bernstein Vice President UMB Bank

Mark Davidson Shareholder Fairfield & Woods

Paul Deckard Director, FP&A Zayo Group

Michelle Garcia Human Resources Consultant

Jice Johnson Founder & CVO Black Business Initiative

Laurence D. Kaptain, DMA FRSA Special Assistant to the Provost, University of Colorado Denver

Radhika Mahanty Principal La Rondine Consulting

Rachel Basye, Treasurer Executive Director, Art Students League of Denver Bob Keatinge, Secretary Of Counsel, Holland & Hart

Kim Estes McCarty Retired Arts Administrator

Anthony McWright Principal Denver School of the Arts

Hassan Najjar Executive Director Foothills Art Center

Tariana Navas-Nieves Director, Cultural Affairs Denver Arts & Venues

Curtis Robbins Senior Manager Arts Integrated Resources, Kaiser Permanente Colorado

Malik Robinson Executive Director Cleo Parker Robinson Dance

Chris Ross Senior Vice President Commercial Banking Relationship Manager, U.S. Bank

Alex Ryden Founder & CEO Guest House

Meg Satrom Owner Memoro Creative

Martha Weidmann Co-Founder & CEO NINE dot ARTS

Tracy Weil Artist, Weilworks

Christin Crampton Day Ex-Officio, Executive Director CBCA

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June 10-11 | Byron Theatre


2 days. 8 artists. 1 weekend of dance

Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO Lanny & Sharon Martin Building and Sie Welcome Center renovation and expansion, 2020

Enriching our communities by providing tax-exempt financing for educational and cultural capital projects.

Learn more at cecfa.org

Both projects partially supported by CECFA tax-exempt bonds.

Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority
The Arts Campus at Willits, Basalt, CO, 2021

Past Business for the Arts


· Artwork Archive

· Colorado Chautauqua

· Conscious Alliance

· Dave Rein



· Holiday Day

Twin Drive-In

· Meow Wolf Denver

· PNC Bank

· Richard Carter

· Roopesh Aggarwal

· Tara Rynders

· Urban Peak


· Carbondale

Clay Center

· Charles Schwab

· Craig Hospital

· Eclectic Activation

· Jack’s Solar Garden

· Levitt Pavilion Denver

· Pizzeria Locale

· RedLine Contemporary Art Center

· Shirin Chahal

· Jose “Chepe”


· Michael Sattler

· Jeanette Trujillo-Lucero


· America’s Mattress of Western Colorado

· Anythink Libraries

· Centura Health

· Downtown Denver Business Improvement District

· Mountain Sun Pubs and Breweries

· Roaring Fork Transportation Authority

· Youth on Record

· Zeppelin Development

· Rob Applegate

· donnie l. betts

· Kendall Smith

· Zach Warkentin


· Bank of America

· City of Lakewood / 40 West ArtLine

· Colorado Harvest

· Dairy Block

· Meredith Hutson

· Independence Center

· Kaiser Permanente Colorado

· Mariner Kemper

· Dave Ratner

· Armando Silva


· Bellco Credit Union

· Cecily Cullen

· Dazzle

· Delta Dental of Colorado

· Downtown Artery

· Gensler

· Caroline R. Kert

· Hal Logan

· Kate Perdoni

· RTD & City of Aurora

· Stanley Marketplace

· Xcel Energy


· Noble Energy

· Sage Hospitality

· Tim Schultz

· Jackson Stevens

· TRG Arts


· Share Denver

· Will Chan

· Illegal Pete’s

· Mayor Bob Murphy

· Crestone Mercantile


· Boulder Digital Arts

· General Services Administration

· Katie Kruger

· Janus Capital Group

· Bill Marino


· Arrow Electronics

· Robert & Judi Newman

· AspenPointe

· Rakun

· Gates Family Foundation


· CBS4

· Chuck Morris

· Denver International Airport

· I Heart Denver

· Newmont Mining


· Aspen Skiing Company

· Battery621

· Frederic C. Hamilton

· Westin Denver Downtown


· First Western Trust Bank

· Platte River Ventures


· Walter Isenberg


No Awards — Created John Madden, Jr. Leadership Award



4240 Architecture

· Cathey Finlon

· East West Partners

· Riverfront Park

· Pinnacol Assurance

· Westword Newspaper


· Anchor Center for Blind Children

· GE Johnson Construction

· Kaiser Permanente

· ripcord


· Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture

· Corporex Colorado & Mile High Development

— Museum Residences

· Gates Corporation

· Gunnison Country Times

· Mercy Regional Medical Center

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Awards Honorees


· Cleworth Architecural Legacy Project of the Denver Architectural Foundation

· Continuum Partners — Belmar Development

· St. Mary Land & Exploration

· Zeppelin Development — Taxi


· Alpine Bank

· Ellen Bruss & Mark Falcone

· Fine Arts Foundation

· JohnstonWells Public Relations

· Lockheed Martin

· Pinyon Mortgage


· Carol Ann & Gary Hixon

· Garlic Mike’s Italian Cuisine

· Lowry Foundation

· Oppenheimer Funds

· Pueblo Bank & Trust


· Berger Funds

· City of Englewood

· HealthONE

· Jim Copenhaver

· JohnstonWells Public Relations


· Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

· Lester “Dusty” Loo

· Northern Trust Bank

· Starz Encore Group

· Wells Fargo


· Daily Camera

· East West Partners

· Riverfront Park

· John Hickenlooper, Wynkoop Brewing

· StorageTek


· Brookfield Properties

· Deloitte & Touche

· Kathryn Paul, Kaiser Permanente

· The Denver Post 1999

· Downtown Denver’s Courtyard by Marriott

· SullivanHayes

· Tesser


· Colorado National Bank

· Penguin Studio Press,

· Peak 96.5 FM Radio

· Westin Hotel


· Allegro Coffee

· Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph

· Deloitte & Touche

· Senn Lewis Visciano & Strahle PC

· Target Stores


· Boogies Diner, Aspen

· Estes Park TrailGazette

· Public Service Company of Colorado

· Syntex Chemicals

· Denver Foundation


· Bank One

· CW Electronics


· Reynelda Muse, KCNC-TV Denver

· Telluride TimesJournal

· Wilson/Johnson Creative


· Charles M. Schayer & Company

· Douglas County Education Foundation

· McClain Finlon Advertising

· Minorco USA

· NationsWay Transport

· Norwest Bank

· Silvertree Hotel, Aspen/ Snowmass

· Mission Viejo

· United Airlines


· Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Colorado

· First National Bank in Trinidad

· The Denver Post

· Little Nell

· Rocky Mountain News

· US West


· Amoco Production

· Brooks Brothers

· Denver Area Honda Dealers Association

· First National Bank of Wray

· Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation


· Associated General Contractors of Colorado

· AT&T

· Fort Collins Coloradoan

· Robinson Dairy

· US West

· West Pines Hospital


· Colowyo

· Dauer Architects

· First Interstate Bank of Denver

· Mervyn’s

· Newmont Mining

· Security Life


· Apache Corporation

· Continental Airlines

· Everitt Companies

· Martin Marietta

· Phelps

· West Pines Hospital


· American TV & Communications

· Aspen Skiing

· Otero Savings, Colorado Springs

· Pepsi-Cola Bottling

· Target Stores

· Wano/Coors

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