Cultural Enrichment and OutreachParker Arts provides cultural enrichment and outreach programs that serve over citizens of all ages. Ticket sales and registration fees generate only a portion of the revenues necessary to present high-quality and engaging educational opportunities for the community. Your support today helps to make programs like Student Matinees, Concerts in the Park and camps and classes possible. Donate
Name A SeatNaming a seat in the PACE Center mainstage theater is a unique way to pay tribute to someone important in your life or to honor a special occasion. A fully tax-deductible contribution of $500 provides a permanent seat plaque where you can place your name or the name of a loved one.
- Honor an individual, couple, or family
- Recognize the support of your business or organization
- Memorialize a loved one
- Celebrate a special occasion, birthday, anniversary or wedding
Public Art in ParkerThe Town of Parker believes that permanent placement of art in public places serves to enrich, stimulate, and enhance the aesthetic experience in Parker.
Support the installation of public art at the new Park and Plaza on Mainstreet including Parker’s first iconic gateway sculpture "Ball and Jacks" created by Colorado Springs artist Christopher Weed, as well as other works of public art that will be located throughout the park.
Click to learn more about Parker's Public Art Exhibits and the "Ball and Jacks" installation. Donate
Remembering Richard SpomerParker Arts Production Manager
August 4, 1984 - July 18, 2017
Celebrate the life of our co-worker and friend, Richard Spomer. Since 2012, Richard was an instrumental part of numerous Parker Arts productions over the years, from “Always Patsy Cline” to our most recent production “Hairspray.” He also shared his expertise with The Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company, and Lone Tree Performing Arts Center, just to name a few.
In lieu of flowers, Richard’s parents, Dick & Susan Spomer, have requested that donations be made to Parker Arts in his memory. If you would like to contribute, please "Donate" or call Glenda Masters at 303.805.3367. Donate