ABOUT

Chicano Humanities Arts Council

(CHAC) Customer Service and Creatives Feedback Survey

 

Please visit the Chicano Humanities Arts Council (CHAC) survey link below to provide us with feedback so we can better service our community with quality programming.  The 2020 COVID Pandemic has had a significant financial impact on the community, along with the CHAC Gallery and other nonprofit humanity organizations - we are reaching out to our community to assist us with assessing how we can better serve our community partners.

 

CHAC is committed to continually serving the Rocky Mountain regional arts community with quality educational outreach, exhibitions, special events and artistic mentoring through diverse mediums.  As part of a larger outreach effort, we will be contacting interested supporters to include them in future focus groups to better refine our strategic plan. Please go to:

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3SC9YZ5

Mission

CHAC is an inclusive community of all creatives that are dedicated to preserving, showcasing, educating and reflecting the essence of Chicana/o/x, Latina/o/x and other multicultural/multiracial communities.

We Preserve and Promote:
  • Visual Arts - sculpture, painting, photography, and fold art.

  • Literature - poetry, prose, and drama.

  • Music - choral, vocal, instrumental, and composition/arrangement.

  • Dance - folk, ethnic, Avant Garde, classical, and traditional.

  • Humanities - History, sociology, philosophy, lexicon, and education.

Membership

Because of CoVid-19, Memberships costs have temporarily gone down. Interested in becoming a member of CHAC? Fill out the application below and email to Brenda Gurule at brenda@chacgallery.org or print it and send it to our P.O. Box 140847 Edgewater, CO80214

We are a 501(c)(3) Non Profit!

All support comes from people like you!  We truly appreciate your help to keep CHAC's doors open to the community!

History

CHAC Gallery & Cultural Center was founded in 1978 by a group of visual and performing artists. The organization was established as a place where Chicano/Latino artists were provided with a venue to explore visual and performance art and promote and preserve the Chicano/Latino culture through the expression of the arts.

We are no longer at 222 Santa Fe Dr.  We had to close due to CoVid-19.  We are currently seeking a new Venue.  Please check back soon.

Gallery Hours

We are currently showing at two locations:

Oz Gallery at 9209 Dorthy Blvd. Thornton CO  80229 and Flourish Galleria at 6851 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214.  For more details go to the Home page

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