Partnerships in the News

John Fielder will present at Adams State University

Fielder has worked tirelessly to promote the protection of Colorado's open space and wildlands. Continue Reading…

Art alumni donate sales to support framing of Christo and Jeanne-Claude collection

ASU Community Partnerships acquired a retrospective of 24 signed images portraying works by this world famous couple, the Art Dept. needs to raise $7,000. Continue Reading…

Fed and state grants fund plan for green business park

The EDA was specifically seeking innovative projects with far-reaching potential, Hoffman said, and the SEED project will serve as a national model for clean, rural business development. Continue Reading…

Wilkinson completes museum mural

Images depicting historic figures, beautiful landscapes, significant landmarks, and timeless symbols cover the north wall of the San Luis Valley museum – reflecting the diverse heritage of the Valley. Continue Reading…

Season of Terror

ASU Community Partnerships hosts book signing

ASU Community Partnerships will be hosting author Charles F. Price as he gives a book reading, signing, and discussion. Continue Reading…

Hoffman will attend the 2013 Colorado Capital Conference

"I am honored to be able to attend the 2013 Colorado Capital Conference and am looking forward to hearing from the diverse, bipartisan speakers, including Colorado’s two U.S. senators," Hoffman said. Continue Reading…

Johnson and Salazar included in panel of experts for healthcare forum

The Affordable Care Act represents the most significant government regulatory overhaul of the U.S. healthcare system since the passage of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965. Continue Reading…

Dr. Reginaldo Garcia included in Talk Straight Healthcare forum

Garcia, a clinical psychologist, will address the prevention and health promotion, along with care cost reduction in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Continue Reading…

Talk Straight Forum will address Affordable Care Act

This upcoming forum and panel discussion will get behind the headlines and look at how this new law will impact citizens in the San Luis Valley. Continue Reading…

Valley author publishes book on healthcare reform

“What I see daily in action does not mesh with the truisms of those who are designing the flow of healthcare delivery." Continue Reading…

Green Home Design Course coming to SLV in 2013

This course will cover topics such as use of solar energy, conservation of energy and water, straw bale and adobe housing, and retrofitting an existing home among many others. Continue Reading…

Art alumnus awarded funding for Southern Colorado Mural Project

“We partnered with Mr. Ian Wilkinson, an ASU alumnus, for this project for many reasons” said Mary Hoffman, executive director of ASU Community Partnerships. Continue Reading…

Art for Endangered Landscapes includes plein air invite and art opening

You are invited to a "paint-out" date starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, adjacent to a proposed oil drilling site on San Francisco Creek south of Del Norte, Colo. Continue Reading…

Cloyde Snook Gallery will feature Guatemala photos

Moller’s traveling exhibit of color photographs is intended as an educational tool to tell the story of the tragic history of Guatemala. Continue Reading…

Enroll now for Democracy School

Be the first in our community to attend this nationally offered program from the author of “Be the Change: How to Get What You Want in Your Community.” Continue Reading…

ASU Community Partnerships assists with fundraising efforts

These organizations worked with community members, including Guatemalan families, to tell the story of how they came to the San Luis Valley. Continue Reading…

“Art Behind Bars” exhibit to open in Alamosa

Prisoners have always faced difficulties when re-entering society. Prison art programs throughout the United States have proven to increase inmates’ self-esteem, positive attitude, and general skills. Continue Reading…

Sustainability Planning Tool hosted by ASC Community Partnerships

ASC Community Partnerships will host the EPA's San Luis Basin Sustainability team as they discuss the next phase of this national pilot project on May 16. Continue Reading…

"Living on Less and Liking It Too" workshop hosted at Adams State

This workshop will offer participants practical ways to save money and creatively reuse things that might otherwise be discarded. Continue Reading…

Theatre students saddle up with Lone Ranger

"They gave us just a glimpse of the chaotic environment that can be a major film shoot." Continue Reading…

Steel magnolia book signing is March 1

Soft spoken Dorothy Brandt lied about her age to serve her country during WWII. Continue Reading…

Green Home Design course offered at Adams State

Adams State College Community Partnerships and Natural Power are offering a hands-on Green Home Design Class, again, in the New Year. Through a workshop series offered both publicly and for college Continue Reading…

Ledonne assists SoCo with film production efforts

Danny Ledonne, Alamosa native and filmmaker, will be assisting the Southern Colorado (SoCo) Film Commission in their efforts to bring more film production to the San Luis Valley. Continue Reading…

ASC Community Partnerships hosts Annual Holiday Art & Craft Show

ASC Community Partnerships is coordinating and hosting their third annual holiday art and craft show complete with handmade gifts made right here from our very own San Luis Valley. Continue Reading…

Everything Twine Exhibit & Recycle Fashion Show

Adams State College Community Partnerships will present their annual recycle exhibit during November as part of America Recycles Month. Continue Reading…

ASC Community Partnerships rededicates building to valley veterans

On Veteran's Day, across the nation, men and women who served in the United States military are recognized and honored. Continue Reading…

ASC hosts international potluck during U.S. international education week

The Adams State College Multicultural and Diversity Club organized International Cuisine Inc., a potluck dinner featuring foods from throughout the world. Continue Reading…

Adams State College re-dedicates building to veterans

President F.D. Roosevelt's famous quote, "Yesterday, December 7, 1941 - a date which will live in infamy", described the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Continue Reading…

Hispanic Cultural art exhibit opens October 4

Adams State College Community Partnerships art exhibit "Hispanic Cultural Arts", honoring the importance of heritage, opens October 4 through October 29. Continue Reading…

ASC Community Partnerships hosts "No More Starving Artists" workshop and exhibit

ASC Community Partnerships invited Allan McConnell, a Pueblo business consultant, to return to the San Luis Valley with Continue Reading…