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Supporting Artists & Entrepreneurs, 
the heart of Trinidad, Colorado.

The mission of the Corazón de Trinidad (Heart of Trinidad) Creative District is to support artists and entrepreneurs through creative initiatives which economically benefit the community, while continually honoring Trinidad’s history.

 

Located in the heart of historic Trinidad, Colorado, the Corazón de Trinidad Creative District was awarded emerging Creative District status in 2011 and full state certification in 2012. The Creative District became a 501(c)(3) charitable organization in 2016.

 

We collaborate with local organizations, businesses, government entities, and individuals on an on-going basis to facilitate creative projects and events. The Corazon de Trinidad Creative District was vital in bringing the demonstration project for Space to Create Colorado to Trinidad.

 

Currently, we are involved in the planning, design, and envisioning the eventual management of the 20,000 square feet multi-use community space, designated The Commons.

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What you can find here

Are you an artist looking for local opportunities? Are you a local or visitor looking for art, performances, and local happenings? Perhaps you are interested in holding an event at our spacious Commons? You have come to the right place. 

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Arts and Culture,
The "Heart" of Trinidad

The Trinidad Creative District is called the "Corazón de Trinidad (Heart of Trinidad)" for good reason. Arts and Culture activities have played a pivotal role in enriching the lives of people in the community and region for centuries. The slide show below contains just a few of the many existing historical photos of the diverse art and culture events and venues in Trinidad and surrounding areas over time. 

Note: All photos here are obtained via a one-time use agreement with the History Colorado and Denver Public Library Special Collections and are subject to their copyright conditions. These images should not be copied, downloaded, or otherwise used without their explicit written permission.   

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