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Robert Mangold, PTSSAES 8/09
Powder-coated stainless steel, 2009
Photograph by Wes Magyar
Bucket Drumming
End of the Rainbow
© P. Switzer
2014 Annual Report
Table of Contents
6901 Wadsworth Boulevard
Arvada, CO 80003
720-898-7200
arvadacenter.org
Sushe Felix, Changing Winds,
Acrylic on panel, 36 x 48
She Loves Me © P. Switzer
Sculpture for Kids
CONTENTS...
03 From the Executive Director
04 From the Board Chair
05 Theatre
08 Music
09 Summer Stage
10 Children’s Theatre
The Arvada Center is an absolutely
amazing place full of creativity,
music, and great times. I have been
going to the Arvada Center for my
entire life, for school field trips,
summer camps, concerts, musicals,
plays, and banquet functions. The
staff is always friendly, the parking
is ample and free, and the shows
they have there are spectacular.
— Scott N.
11 Arts Day and Outreach
12 Education
14 Gallery
16 Exhibition Spotlight
17 Volunteers
18 Financials
20 Friends of the Center
22 Staff
23 About the Center
Carla Kappa
02 | TABLE OF CONTENTS
From the Executive Director
Alex McLeod, Frozen Cascade, C-print,
ed. 1/2 2010 Courtesy of Plus Gallery
Tarzan The Stage Musical
© P. Switzer
Front Range Youth Symphony
2014
2014 was a year of change and expansion for the Arvada Center. In addition to exciting new programming, we made substantial
progress in our transition to private, nonprofit governance.
The biggest artistic expansion was in music, where existing programming gave us an excellent foundation from which to build
a comprehensive new program. The Jeffrey Seigel Keyboard ConversationsTM celebrated its 27th season, and we made plans to
expand the current evening concert series to include morning coffee concerts, beginning in fall 2015. Our summer concert series
experienced artistic growth through a new partnership with Swallow Hill Music Association, and we launched our first season with a
resident musical ensemble – the Colorado Chamber Orchestra.
Our humanities program included a three-day symposium which brought together artists, scholars, politicians, scientists and activists to examine the background and aftermath of the 1989 FBI/EPA raid on the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons facility. Another major
program, in partnership with the Chabad of NW Metro Denver, was a moving talk by Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and stepsister
of Anne Frank. Both of these programs brought hundreds of new patrons to the Center.
In our gallery program, we were pleased to offer UNBOUND: Sculpture in the Field, an exhibition of outdoor sculpture by some of Colorado’s top artists. In partnership with the Museum
of Outdoor Arts, this temporary exhibition has been extended for more than a year, as we
seek ways to transform the field into a permanent, landscaped sculpture park.
We again offered a wide range of work in our theatres, from a sellout production of Agatha
Christie’s The Mousetrap to a much-admired production of the musical Memphis, which
garnered nine Henry Award nominations from the Colorado Theatre Guild.
Lastly, our progress toward nonprofit governance advanced through a series of key Arvada
City Council votes, the appointment of our founding board of directors and the negotiation
of a twenty-year cooperative agreement between the City and the Arvada Center. We remain
on track to transition the Arvada Center on July 1, 2016 – just in time for our 40th Anniversary.
Philip C. Sneed
Executive Director
FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR | 03
From the Board Chair
Laleh Mehran, Entropic Order,
interactive installation detail
Roller Coaster Design
The Great Gatsby © P. Switzer
As a department of the City of Arvada, the Arvada Center has received significant financial and service support from the City over
the last 39 years. This support has allowed the Center to grow beyond Arvada into a regional arts organization that serves the
entire metropolitan area. Due to this tremendous growth, the City and the Center have been exploring other governance models
that would better serve the Arvada Center and its patrons. After several comprehensive studies, the Arvada City Council has voted
to transition the Arvada Center to a privately-run nonprofit organization that will take effect July 1, 2016.
This transition will be an exciting time for the Arvada Center and it coincides with the Arvada Center’s 40th Anniversary, which
is another reason to celebrate. As with any change, there may be a few bumps along the way. However, our hope is that these
bumps are mostly positive. The City will continue to support the Center as it always has, and the new governance model will
allow the Center to offer new and innovative programming along with its award-winning theatre productions, art exhibitions and
educational programs.
The autonomy from the City will enable the Center to function like a true cultural arts center, rather than a department of city
government. This nonprofit will be “new,” but with deep roots in the community. It will have the advantages of an established
organization with loyal patrons and donors, but with new and fresh leadership that will focus on improving the Center overall.
Naturally, with these changes and improvements the funding needs for the Center will grow. Research shows that as a private
nonprofit, the Arvada Center will be well positioned to cultivate new relationships and partnerships to increase its contributed
income. Once the transition is complete, the Center, without its municipal connection, will be eligible to apply for all types of
funding. And, patrons who previously did not want to make donations to a City-run department can now be assured that their
contributions will further the mission of the Arvada Center. We are excited about the possibilities of what we can accomplish on
our own.
As the Crown Jewel of Arvada, we are confident that we will create a stronger and more sustainable multidisciplinary arts organization that you can enjoy for many years to come.
Ken Fellman
Board Chair
04 | FROM THE BOARD CHAIR
Theatre
She Loves Me is like a precious music box…
The music is melodic, the voices are beautiful, the
characters have the charm, and the set is exquisite.
— Bill Wheeler, theatrecolorado.blogspot.com
Tarzan The Stage Musical © P. Switzer
She Loves Me © P. Switzer
MAIN STAGE THEATRE PRODUCTIONS
End of the Rainbow – Regional Premiere
Tarzan The Stage Musical – Regional Premiere
Memphis
She Loves Me
End of the Rainbow
© P. Switzer
Director Rod Lansberry
has done it again with
End of the Rainbow!
— David Marlowe,
Marlowe’s Musings
Tarzan swung into the
Arvada Center last weekend (get it?!),
and where to begin… Oh so good.
— Emily Makinzie,
online blog MIX 100 radio
3 1/2 stars…
Arvada Center’s musical
Memphis is exuberant and gutsy.
— Claire Martin,
The Denver Post
Memphis © P. Switzer
THEATRE | 05
Theatre
The Great Gatsby is rich in illusion…
a well-put-together, beautifully
produced story, directed by Gavin Mayer.
— Sonya Ellingboe,
coloradocommunitymedia.com
The Mousetrap © P. Switzer
The Great Gatsby © P. Switzer
The Great Gatsby © P. Switzer
BLACK BOX THEATRE PRODUCTIONS
The Mousetrap
The Great Gatsby
– Regional Premiere
Theatre Meets The Humanities
In April, the Arvada Center produced a live
reading of the radio play Embers, by Samuel
Beckett, in support of the Clyfford Still Museum
exhibition, 1959: The Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Exhibition Recreated.
In the late 1950s, when Clyfford Still and his fellow Abstract Expressionists were at the height
of their popularity, theatre artists were struggling to move past the constraints of Realism
– and perhaps none succeeded as well as Nobel
Laureate Samuel Beckett.
The Mousetrap
is comforting
entertainment.
— Juliet Wittman,
Denver Westword
The live reading was presented in the Center’s
Black Box Theatre and also at the Clyfford Still
Museum. Prior to the reading, Amanda Giguere,
Ph.D. and lecturer at CU Boulder, set the stage
with an introductory talk about Beckett’s impact
on the theatre and his resonance with other
artistic experiments in visual arts, music, and
dance.
06 | THEATRE
The Mousetrap © P. Switzer
Theatre
The Glass Menagerie
The Last Romance
PARTNER PRODUCTIONS
The Glass Menagerie
presented by Phamaly Theatre Company
The Arvada Center offers patrons a special engagement
production each year. In 2014, and for the past several
years, the Arvada Center has proudly partnered with
Phamaly Theatre Company, which presents professional-scale plays and musicals exclusively starring actors with
disabilities. In 2012, 5280 magazine ranked Phamaly as the
Top Theatre Company, and Phamaly won the 2012 Alliance
for Colorado Theatre Community/Professional Theatre
Company of the Year award.
The Last Romance
Tarzan: A High Flying Production
For the Center’s 2014 summer musical Tarzan, eight
performers took to the vines and learned to fly with
the help of Flying by Foy, a leader in aerial performance
that has done flight design for Broadway shows such as
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Mary Poppins. The last time
the Arvada Center undertook such a high-flying show
was Peter Pan in 1992, which also used Flying by Foy. The
Tarzan cast underwent four intense days of flight training,
and unlike some Broadway shows that use computerized flying sequences, the Center’s production relied on
trained flight operators to manually make the arcs and
grand swings that audiences expect of Tarzan.
The Last Romance
presented by Creede Repertory Theatre
In 2014, Arvada Center audiences were treated to the
Creede Repertory Theatre production of The Last Romance,
a delightful romantic comedy about love in the golden
years. Founded in 1966, Creede Repertory Theatre is a
professional theatre company located at 9,000 feet in the
San Juan Mountains of Colorado. CRT’s company produces big city quality productions in a spectacular location
each summer, and for the past six years has brought one
of their award-winning productions to the Arvada Center.
THEATRE | 07
Music
After many years of being recognized for the high
quality of our theatre productions and our gallery
exhibitions – which are produced and created inhouse – we are excited to be able to offer patrons
a resident orchestra of the same high quality.
— Philip Sneed, Arvada Center Executive Director
Colorado Chamber Orchestra
Michael Udow
Jeffrey Siegel
JEFFREY SIEGEL
KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS®
Colorado Chamber Orchestra
A Welcome New Addition
In 2014, the Arvada Center formed a partnership
with the Colorado Chamber Orchestra (CCO) to
create the Center’s first orchestra-in-residence
and composer-in-residence programs. As the
Arvada Center’s resident orchestra, the CCO
rehearses and performs regularly at the Center
and mentors and coaches student musicians
in the Center’s Front Range Youth Symphony.
Maestro Thomas Blomster leads the orchestra
in performances of familiar favorites as well as
regional premieres by CCO composer-in-residence Dr. Michael Udow.
08 | MUSIC
The Romantic Music of Chopin
Mistresses and Masterpieces
The Miracle of Mozart!
Rachmaninoff and Friends
2014 marked the 27th season that
Jeffrey Siegel performed his captivating and informative Keyboard
Conversations® at the Arvada Center.
In addition to performing piano
masterpieces, Jeffrey Siegel concerts
feature lively commentary and question and answer sessions.
Summer Stage
With an impressive lineup of national touring acts and local cultural events in its
1,600-seat outdoor amphitheatre, the Arvada Center is one of the region’s premier
summer destinations, entertaining nearly 14,000 concert goers in 2014.
Colorado Ballet
by Sue Daniels Photography
The Mavericks
Don McLean
SUMMER STAGE
In 2014, the Center joined with Swallow Hill Music to co-present its Summer Stage
concert series, which included these national touring acts and local favorites:
Asleep at the Wheel
Jamie Cullum
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Sing-A-Long Movie Night – Mamma Mia!
Jamie Cullum
Asleep at the Wheel and Jake Shimabukuro
Wonderbound – Memories featuring Hal Aqua and The Lost Tribe
Robert Cray Band
Colorado Symphony – Independence Eve
Colorado Symphony – Boston Pops Tribute
Colorado Symphony – Mozart Under Moonlight
Pat Metheny Unity Group
Don McLean and Judy Collins
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band and Los Lonely Boys
Colorado Ballet – An Evening Under the Stars
The Subdudes
The Manhattan Transfer
The Denver Brass
The Mavericks
SUMMER STAGE | 09
Children’s Theatre
The children’s theater provided by the Arvada
Center is always such a high quality production!!!
And it is a good value, at your reasonable ticket
price! The kids (and adults!) marvel at the creative
ways you bring a story to life (set! costumes!).
Your people who handle our requests for tickets
and follow-up are always so friendly and helpful.
Thank you again for a great theater experience!
— Sierra Elementary School
Lyle the Crocodile was absolutely
delightful and had me giggling along with
the kids in the audience the entire time!
— Michael Mulhern, broadwayworld.com
LYLE THE CROCODILE
The Arvada Center offers award-winning theatre for children throughout the school year, including shadow-interpreted and audio-described performances so that
students with hearing and visual challenges are able
to enjoy and participate in live theatre alongside their
classmates. The Center’s production for 2014 was Lyle
the Crocodile, featuring an extraordinary crocodile that
can tap dance, perform household chores and rescue
cats from burning buildings. Nearly 46,000 school children enjoyed this delightful musical tale during 2014,
all the while learning about not judging others by their
appearance and about loving people (and crocodiles)
for who they are.
10 | CHILDREN’S THEATRE
All photos by
© Matthew Gale
Photography Ltd. 2014
Arts Day and Outreach
My students were over the moon and loved
their arts day experience. The instructors were
wonderful and worked well with my students.
— South Elementary
Batik
Comedy Improvisation
Clay Masks
In 2014, nearly 34,000 school children participated in the Center’s educator-respected
Arts Day program, including 9,700 low-income and disabled youth who received discounts and free services. Each customizable Arts Day field trip includes, in addition to a
children’s theatre performance, a hands-on workshop and an arts discovery experience
— gallery tour, history museum visit or actor-led theatre tech talk. The Arvada Center
is also known for its creative and stimulating outreach programming that brings arts
and cultural experiences to schools and youth-serving organizations. In 2014, the Center’s outreach program made a difference in the lives of nearly 8,600 children and youth
throughout the Denver metro area.
I can’t thank you enough for your
financial help, which allows us to
participate in all you have to offer.
Without your assistance, we would
not be able to enrich our children’s
lives to such an extent. Thank you.
Drawing for Kids
— The Renaissance Children’s Center,
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
ARTS DAY AND OUTREACH | 11
Education
With extensive educational offerings in drama, dance, ceramics, humanities, music and visual arts,
the Arvada Center provides learning opportunities for aspiring artists of all ages, including programs such as ArtStart for preschoolers and Arts for Ageless Adults, designed to provide inspiration for creative spirits ages 55 and over. The Center’s 750 classes, summer camps and professional-level training programs served nearly 7,000 students in 2014.
Front Range Youth Symphony
Teen Intensive
Urinetown The Musical
Arvada Center Dance Theatre
FRONT RANGE YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAS
The Arvada Center’s Front Range Youth Symphony Orchestras (FRYS) bring together aspiring young musicians from across Colorado’s Front Range for unique study and training in orchestral music. With four
levels of participation — Youth Symphony, Chamber Orchestra, Concert Strings Orchestra and Academy
Strings — FRYS provides professional section coaches, guest artists, master classes and the opportunity
to perform in the Center’s Main Stage Theatre. Concerts for 2014 included Americana, Annual Teacher
Appreciation Concert and Autumn Beauty.
DANCE PROGRAM
THEATRE ACADEMY
The Arvada Center has been offering quality
dance instruction for nearly four decades in
ballet, jazz, modern, tap and hip hop, and is
responsible for training countless dancers
who have gone on to receive college scholarships and perform in professional dance
companies and on Broadway. In addition to
year-round professional-level academy training, the Arvada Center offers a wide range
of general dance classes for toddlers, teens,
adults and seniors. 2014 dance concerts included Babes in Toyland, Mixed Emotions and
Bravo.
The Arvada Center Theatre Academy offers
students, from beginning to advanced, yearround training so they can develop skills and
knowledge in all areas of theatre arts. From
comedy and improvisation to musical and
classical theatre, students learn the skills
they need for the stage. Training culminates
each summer in fully-staged drama camps,
ranging from three to five weeks. 2014 productions included Pinocchio, Much Ado About
Nothing, Sound of Music, Urinetown, Fame and
Trifles Light as Air.
12 | EDUCATION
Preparing young artists for the stage
Education
GaGa for Fashion
ArtStart
Arts for Ageless Adults
NEW HUMANITIES PROGRAMS
Beginning in 2014, the Arvada Center began
placing renewed emphasis on the second
part of its name by offering more programming in the humanities. New classes for
2014 included the Four Seasons of Poetry,
which featured poetry workshops and “open
mic” evenings in the Center’s Main Gallery. A
new Mother-Daughter Book Club, designed to
encourage reading, bonding and socializing
among mothers, daughters and friends, welcomes stepmothers, foster mothers, aunts,
guardians, grandmothers and dual moms.
And the new theatre salon program provides
avid theatre patrons the opportunity to get
in the mind of the playwright and behind the
scenes of selected theatrical productions.
In addition to new classes, the Center hosted several humanities events, including a
weekend of art and conversation about the
FBI/EPA raid and closure of the Rocky Flats
nuclear weapons plant that was located
northwest of Arvada, and it presented a talk
by Eva Schloss, the stepsister and childhood
friend of Anne Frank.
Visiting Ceramics Artists Series
The Arvada Center’s ceramics education studio has been in operation
since the Center opened in 1976. With a nationally recognized reputation as a high quality, well-equipped and expertly staffed ceramics
education program, the Center attracts renowned national and international ceramics artists to the Center each summer for the visiting
artists program such as Katie Caron, Kazu Oba, Bob Smith, Don Cox
and Willie Eggeman.
In 2014, the Center hosted visiting Kansas studio artist and university
lecturer Brenda Lichman. In her two-day Surface: Slip and Soda workshop, which was sold out, Brenda shared her soda kiln philosophy,
demonstrated glazing and slip techniques and led participants in
loading and firing a salt/soda kiln. In attendance were six teens from
Smoky Hill High School in Aurora who were able to attend due to the
fundraising efforts of their art teacher.
EDUCATION | 13
Galleries
Gallery and museum exhibitions are free
and open to the public seven days a week
Patrick Loehr; Unseen 1
Archival ink print; 2013
GC237 Albert Bierstadt
A Halt in the Yosemite Valley; Engraving
From The Graham and Barbara Curtis Collection
Astroturf Room 2010
Collection of Dana Cain
The Arvada Center is one of the region’s largest and most respected exhibition venues, with a dozen
exhibitions presented annually in its three dedicated gallery spaces and new outdoor sculpture field. On
any given day, Center galleries provide a learning laboratory for schoolchildren, a gathering space for
community organizations and an inspiring environment for artists and art lovers. In addition to exhibiting professional artists, the Arvada Center is committed to supporting aspiring artists through annual
community and school exhibitions, and to providing docent-led interpretive tours, artist talks, demonstrations, guest lectures and other educational programming, all free of charge.
2014 EXHIBITIONS
Main Gallery
•COLLECT: The Art of Colorado Corporations
• 43rd Jefferson Foundation High School Art Exhibition
• UNBOUND: Five Installations
•Discovering and Interpreting the West: 21st Century Landscapes
Katie Czarnecki
Golden High School
14 | GALLERY
The Arvada Center galleries, mighty in size at
10,000 square feet and aggressive in programming,
has established itself as the premier showcase for
contemporary art in Colorado…
Galleries
— Ray Mark Rinaldi, The Denver Post
Preserve Delta
Wes Magyar; Oil on canvas;
Collection of: Delta Dental of Colorado
Collection of Tracy & Sushe Felix
Tabor Utley; watercolor
13½ x 19; c.1940
Rian Kerrane
Knitting Wallpaper detail
2014 EXHIBITIONS
Upper Gallery
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COLLECT: The Art of Colorado Institutions
Wes Magyar: Means to an End - Jeffco Alumni Exhibition
7th Annual Arvada Fine Arts Guild Annual Spring Membership Exhibition
UNBOUND: Digital Creations
Discovering and Interpreting the West: 20th Century Landscapes
Theatre Gallery
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COLLECT: The Art of Colorado Individuals
Erick C. Johnson: Pay Attention - Jeffco Teacher Solo Exhibition
UNBOUND: Altered Environments
Discovering and Interpreting the West: 19th Century Landscapes
2014 Special Events
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28th Annual Fine Art Market Show and Sale
35th Annual Holiday Craft Fair
Arvada Fine Arts Guild Annual Spring Membership Exhibition
7th Annual ACES (Arvada Center Education Studios) Show and Sale
Susan Fontaine
GALLERY | 15
Exhibition Spotlight
The Arvada Center’s Collin Parson and Kristin Bueb have put together one great exhibit
after another, but their finest effort to date has been the combination of shows that included
UNBOUND: Sculpture in the Field. Not only is it a cogent survey of some of the top abstract and
conceptual sculptors active in Colorado, but it also marks the artistic activation of a formerly
empty lot next to the Center — which appears to be the perfect space for giant sculpture.
— Michael Paglia, Westword
Nancy Lovendahl; Fractal Echo
carved and sand-blasted limestone
(concrete and steel foundations) 2013;
photo by Wes Magyar
Erick C. Johnson; Navigator
painted steel and fiberglassed wood
2014; photo by Wes Magyar
Joe Riche; Untitled 09.06.19
In Partnership With:
UNBOUND: Sculpture in the Field
In placing art, it changes the landscape of Arvada and
brings the programming of the Arvada Center galleries inside, out.
In the summer of 2014, after nearly 40 years, the Arvada Center re-imagined the 17 acres of open space located
south of its building to create a compelling and engaging outdoor sculpture venue. The debut exhibition, UNBOUND:
Sculpture in the Field, curated and designed in partnership with the Museum of Outdoor Arts, featured 27 sculptures
of various sizes and media by 15 highly acclaimed Colorado artists. Plans are to transform and evolve the site over
the years to create a one-of-a-kind space in the Western region to showcase modern and contemporary sculptures.
Awards and Honors
• Best of Westword award for Best Group Sculpture Show
• Ranked #3 in the Westword article, “The Five Best Denver-Area Art Shows in 2014”
• Named SECOND BEST Colorado Art Show of 2014 by the regional arts publication, Art Ltd.
16 | EXHIBITION SPOTLIGHT
Volunteers
In 2014, Arvada Center volunteers provided
the equivalent of $507,540 worth of labor!
The Arvada Center is fortunate to have a cadre of dedicated volunteers who provide invaluable service in helping meet its diverse operational needs. In 2014, 336 volunteers contributed nearly 22,000 hours of support. On any given day, Arvada Center volunteers can be
found ushering patrons to their theatre seats, escorting school children to arts workshops, leading gallery and museum tours, providing
clerical support, preparing materials for educational programs, serving on boards and committees, assisting with various backstage
needs and much more. In addition, the Arvada Center provides a fertile training ground for individuals interested in pursuing careers in
the creative industries. Annually, the Center offers internships in everything from technical theatre and exhibition design to development
and marketing. The Center also provides teens with opportunities to gain work experience as summer camp interns and aides.
7,000+ Hours
Judy Davisson +
6,000-6,999 Hours
Frances Evans +
Mary Raven
5,000-5,999 Hours
Carol Jordan
Opal Longino
Lloyd McKean
Marion McKean
Patricia Wagner
4,000-4,999 Hours
Mary Jo Giddings +
Renee Herndon
Sheri Zimmer
3,000-3,999 Hours
Kay Bailey
Robert Earl
Reva Hamm
Jean Helzer
Patricia Jones
Gaylia Ostrander
Mary Roach
Mary Lou Smith
Shirley Walker +
Sharen Wood
2,000-2,999 Hours
Sara Alt
Warren Behm
Marguerite Behm
Nancy Bickford +
John Briggs
Reva Brown
Cindi Bryant
Karen Cosens
Leta Dufford
Sara Fuentes
Jennifer Hall
Diane Hall
Sidney Haugum
Mary Kaiser
Joyce Murphey
Sharon Reilly
Martha Russell
Shirlee Svoboda
Joan Wallace
Carol Williams
Elizabeth Youse
1,000-1,999 Hours
Mark Arnold
Nancy Bentzen
Judith Berger
Laurel Ann Berninzoni
LaVerne Bistline
Lewis E. Bistline
Donald Bock
Nancy Brooks
Cathy Callahan
Maxine Carlson
Elizabeth Cawthorne +
Pat Cervera
Wilda Crockett
Janet Dills-Eve
Virginia Dougherty
Barbara Espinoza
Carla Evans
Louise Gaunt
Marie Gienger
Sandra Grams
Maureen Gunther
Thomas Gunther
Judy Heeren
Mary Lang
Angela Lewis
Martha Lillibridge
William Markoff
Judy Markoff
Sharon Martin
Carolyn McCracken
Derek McCracken
Barbara Montgomery
Katherine North
Nancy Osborn
Aaronella Perea
Rose Pope
Marilyn Rehfeld
Jolean Ruggles
Joan Schubert-Dreher
Becky Smith-Eggeman
Kathleen Smutz
Sally Snyder
Carolyn Stana
Linda Stevinson +
Nancy Terry +
Agnes Toth
500-999 Hours
Carole Anderson
Sara Barthel
Dean Bernard
Evelyn M. Burchell
Reed Bushell
Tom Callahan
Ed Carlson
Sarah Charles
Carey Dowling
Wesley Dreher
Andrew J. Dubois
Rosemarie Enix
Patricia Flick
JoAnn Gidlund
Patricia Habel
Louise Hendricks
Karen Henn
Kenneth Herndon
William Hoffman
Diane Hoffman
Mary Jane Hopkins
Carolyn Horn
Ronald Horn
Marcia Lane
Sara Larson
Joan Laubhan
Mary Marino
Patricia Martinez
Donna McClelen
Bernadette Medina
Iva Mosher
Ellen Muller
Elizabeth Murphy
Susan Niles
Theodore Polito
Barbara Rink
Edwin Running
Judy Schmidt
Marlene Secrest
Karen Shoemaker
Susan Singleton
Sherry Smith
Peter Spandau
Susanne Spandau
Rosalie Spicola
Frank Spicola
Joan Steeves
Penny Tschudy
Cheryl Van Hoose-Barone
John J. Walker
Lisa Walker
Norma Wright
Garnet Wright
Karen Zeldin
100-499 Hours
Alan Albrandt
Jennifer Bare
Santos Barraza
Bonita Basso
Loras Bickford
Aurelia Black
Bernie Burgmaier
Susan Jayne Davis
Rose DeLong
Susan Demboski
Peggy Fay
June Ferris
Dana Francescatti
Treva Hancock
Christine Hensley
Gail F. Holroyd
Delores Jacobson
Lisa Kellogg
Susan Kent
Jeanine Koontz
Doreen Kortekaas
Lynn Laidig
Shirley Lempka
Kenneth Ludke
Regina Macy
Sarah Magill
Daniel Magill
Matthew Magill
Marilyn Markoff
Michael Maus
Jeri Lou Maus
Patricia McAleese
Candis McCarron
Kathy McWhinnie
Linda Miller
Nancy Munn
Carol Otava
Maria Pereskokova
Rebecca Prose
Jessie Rember
Terri Rhoades
Raymond Russell
Judith Russell
William Scheeley
Steve Skaar
Rebecca Tucker
Carol Van Zanten
JoAnn Verhey
Barbara Wagner
Amy Wagner
Mary Wakefield
Sandra Walter
Marie Welsh
Angelina Whitmore
Jessie Willford
Michelle Willix
Irma Wolf
Sonny Wolf
Dianne Wood-Nicoletti
Katherine Young
+ Member Arvada Center
Volunteer Council
VOLUNTEERS | 17
Financials
REVENUES
EXPENDITURES
Scientific and Cultural Facilities District Performing arts Contributed income Education Gallery / Museum City of Arvada Miscellaneous / Investment Income TOTAL REVENUES $
1,039,077 $
3,525,348 $
283,714 $
1,008,922 $
159,289 $
3,979,227 $
147,058 $ 10,142,635 10%
35%
3%
10%
2%
39%
1%
100%
Administration / Facilities Performing Arts Fundraising Marketing Patron Services Education Gallery / Museum TOTAL EXPENDITURES $
891,783 $
5,339,510 $
389,333 $ 1 ,311,145 $
491,349 $
1,179,123 $
567,657 $ 10,169,900 BALANCE SHEET
DECEMBER 31, 2014
ASSETS
ASSETS20142013
Cash and investments $ 1,209,044
$ 1,718,474
Restricted cash and investments $
451,460
250,214
Accounts receivable $
28,917
15,103
Inventories $
76,739
76,739
Prepaid items $37,614 46,513
TOTAL ASSETS $1,803,774
$2,107,043
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
LIABILITIES
Accounts payable Accrued liabilities Deferred revenues TOTAL LIABILITIES FUND BALANCE
Non-spendable for prepaid items Restricted for letter of credit Restricted for donor intentions Restricted for emergencies Restricted for scholarships & grants Assigned for the Arvada Center TOTAL FUND BALANCE $
212,754
$
206,079
$
212,044
192,613
$ 760,4871,062,597
$ 1,185,285
$
37,614
$
46,513
$
35,664
35,646
$
58,547
58,439
$
179,390
184,228
$
156,222
156,129
$151,052 164,799
$618,489 645,754
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE $1,803,774
18 | FINANCIALS
1,461,289
$2,107,043
9%
51%
4%
13%
5%
12%
6%
100%
Financials
STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES
AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2014
REVENUES
20142013
Intergovernmental
Scientific and Cultural Facilities District
$ 1,039,077
$ 1,028,585
State and other local
–
10,000
Charges for services
Performing arts $ 3,525,348
3,593,699
Education $ 1,008,922
1,018,925
Gallery and museum $
159,289
217,912
Memberships and donations $
283,714
277,447
Investment income $
25,211
38,836
Miscellaneous $121,847 134,150
TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES
Current
Administration / Facilities Performing arts Development Marketing / Patron Services Education Gallery and museum TOTAL EXPENDITURES $6,163,408
$6,319,554
$
891,783
$
759,780
$ 5,339,510
5,473,867
$
389,333
248,021
$ 1,802,494
1,628,712
$ 1,179,123
1,782,883
$567,657 564,793
$10,169,900
$10,458,056
EXCESS OF REVENUES UNDER EXPENDITURES(4,006,492)(4,138,502)
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Transfers in from City of Arvada $3,979,227
$4,165,451
NET CHANGE IN FUND BALANCE
$27,265
$26,949
FUND BALANCE,
BEGINNING OF YEAR, AS RESTATED $645,754
$618,805
FUND BALANCE, ENDING OF YEAR $618,489
$645,754
FINANCIALS | 19
Friends of the Center
Our sincere appreciation goes to the following individuals and corporate,
government and foundation contributors who have generously donated a total
of $150 or more in the 2014 - 2015 season. Your support helps make the arts
possible for more than 300,000 children and adults annually. Thank you!
Leadership Circle - $25,000 and above
City of Arvada
Colorado Community Media +
Arvada Press
Foothills Transcript
Golden Transcript
Lakewood Sentinel
North Jeffco Westsider
Northglenn Thornton Sentinel
Westminster Window
Wheat Ridge Transcript
Denver Newspaper Agency +
Lutheran Medical Center
Rockley Family Foundation +
Scientific & Cultural Facilities District
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Stevinson
Presenters Circle - $10,000 to $24,999
Colorado Hardscapes +
Nancy and Sam Gary
Producers Circle - $5,000 to $9,999
Arvada Center Hospitality Volunteers
Mr. and Mrs. John Balkcom
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist
Ken and Jill Fellman
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gerard
Ms. Patricia L. Habel
Mr. Alan Hines and Ms. Deanna Chiddix
Mr. and Mrs. Reece Livingstone
in memory of Ruth Sears
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moritz
Residence Inn by Marriott
Denver North/Westminster +
Virginia W. Hill Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation
Carolynne White and Christopher Macaulay
Xcel Energy Foundation
Visionary Circle - $2,500 to $4,999
Ms. Nancy S. Adam and Hon. Russell Granger
AARP - American Association of Retired Persons
The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation
Brookfield Residential
Community First Foundation +
Bob Dyer and Ereka O’Hara*
Enterprise Rent-A-Car +
Diana W. and F. Michael Kinsey
Dr. and Mrs. Eldon Laidig
Gerald and Carole Makela
Mr. Michael Paradis and Mr. Jon Kvale
Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation
U.S. Bank
VISA GivingStation
Encore Circle - $1,000 to $2,499
3 Sons Italian Restaurant +
Beau Jo’s Arvada +
Bread Winners Catering +
Teresa Chamberland*
Kevin and Cynthia Corbett
Ms. Cindy DeLarber*
Demiurge Sculptural & Architectural Fabrications +
Shelly and Mark Deven*
Dufford & Brown
Enterprise Holdings Foundation
Mr. Eugene Evans and Mrs. Josephine Evans
Fire and Ice Bistro +
Dr. and Mrs. N. Kenneth Furlong
Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser
Robert and Lois Gill
Mr. and Mrs. John Hallberg +
Kurt and Mary Haserodt
Craig and Lois Kocian
Jeffco Schools Foundation +
Krave Colorado Catering +
L & L Norgren Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lees
Ron and JoLynn Lingle
Mike and Mary Ellen Litzau
Thomas D. Lookabaugh Foundation
Luke’s, A Steak Place +
Miracle Ear
Mr. James Neely
Mr. and Mrs. James Proffitt
The Puddy Educational Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schick
Scruffy Murphy’s Irish Pub +
Silver Vines Winery +
Philip C. Sneed and Clare Henkel*
Sunbelt Rentals +
John and Rae Tafoya
Target
The Gourmet Kitchen +
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tuthill
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ware
Ms. Darcie Weiser
Mr. Keith Wiig
Yak & Yeti Restaurant & Brewpub +
Bravo Circle - $500 to $999
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Anderson
Arvada Community Food Bank
Mary and Louis Baptist
Jim and Dottie Beckwith
Blue Sage Realty, Inc.
Ms. Jan Buswell
Ms. Linda R. Carlson
Mrs. Elizabeth Cawthorne
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cohrs
Ms. Deb Condo and Mr. Jon Liljekrans
David and Katherine Cooke*
Mrs. Lori Crosby
Ms. Judy Davisson
Mr. and Mrs. Michael DeGroat
Michael and Margaret Delaplain
Ductworks, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duncan
Ms. Lois Eckhoff
Mr. Mike Elms and Ms. Margaret Emerich
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Espy
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fifer*
Hon. and Mrs. Robert Frie
Mark and Lissa Gallagher
Ms. Lorie B. Gillis*
Mrs. Elizabeth Glann
Mr. Manny Gomez*
Ms. Jean M. Helzer
Ms. Donna Herrick and Ms. Paula Boswell
IBM International Foundation
John and Jackie Immele
ING Foundation
Mr. Jeff Ingalls
Mrs. Jean Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Jones
Mick and Kathy Kasher
Mrs. Betty Kassel
Ms. Kathryn Keller
Mary and Severt Kvamme
Ms. Lisa Landis
20 | FRIENDS OF THE CENTER DONORS
Ms. Loretta Landry
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Larson
Mr. Nathan F. Lichte
Lowe’s Arvada +
Jim and Lynn Lyon
Ms. Melanie Mayner*
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. McGill
Mrs Jennifer Meurer
Hurley and Claire Mitchell
Benarda and Daniel Nelson
Ms. Lisa A. Jones
Iris and Jim Osberg
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peters
Mr. Richard Presnell
Mr. and Mrs. William Ray*
Ms. Karen Rensink
Paul and Carol Ann Rothman
Meyer and Geri Saltzman
Schlessman Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Michel Schuh
Doris and John Stipech
Travelers Community Connections
Vanguard Charitable
Judge and Mrs. Anthony Vollack
Voya Foundation
Jeff and Kimberly Wagner
Linda and Michael Weatherwax
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford West
Hon. and Mrs. Marc Williams*
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Wright
Director’s Circle - $300 to $499
Ms. Sara Alt
Ms. Nancy Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber
Judy and Bill Batton
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bayley
Mr. James Bennett
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bentzen
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Billups
Mr. John Blair
Dr. Don D. Brewer
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burnham
Ms. Carol Buxton and Mr. Mike Kotar
Leanne Cadman and Mathew Gauthier*
Mr. Tom Christopher and Ms. Barb McTurk
Ms. Ramona Chun
Ms. Dian Cleveland
Mrs. Patricia Colfer and Mr. Donald Howard
Ms. Jeanne W. Collins
Mr. Michael Collins
Colorado Health Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowles
Ms. Laura Cronk
Ms. Cynthia G. Daniels
Mr. and Ms. Mike Denileon
Mr. and Mrs. Steve DeVisser
Ms. Teresa Duffin
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elinoff
Mrs. Carla Evans and Mr. Orland Tarbell
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Failing
David and Nancy Fairchild
Ms. Jenny Fitt-Peaster
Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller
Mr. Robert Gary
Mr. and Ms. Jerald Gerlick
David and Mary Jo Giddings
Ms. Fredericka Gluck
Mrs. Veronica Goodrich
Ms. Bunny Gordon
Dr. Ray Gottesfeld and Mrs. Sherry Alpert
Mrs. Judy Grenfell
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Haas
Mrs. Linda Haley*
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hamilton
Ms. Ellen Haug
Ms. Trish Haynes
Ms. Nancy Henderson
Rod and Sandra Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hirt, Sr.
Mrs. Christine Hixson
Holliway Insurance Agency, Inc.
Dr. Janet L. Houser
Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Hovet
Miss Theresa A. Huff
Hunter Douglas Window Fashions
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Huwaldt
Mr. Dan Johnson and Ms. Gretchen Moritz
Greg and Kathee Jones
Ms. Denise N. Kato
Mr. Jeffrey Kent
Mrs. Sharon Kirts
Ms. Christine Koch*
Miss Marilyn B. Larson
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lewis
Ms. Danna Luo*
Ms. Ella Lyons
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Maddock
Henry and Judith Maguire
Mr. Loren Martin
Ms. Pat Martin
Ms. Judy McEvitt and Mr. John McEvitt
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McMann
Mr. and Mrs. Barrie McRoberts
Mr. Christopher H. Merrell
Kent and Annette Micho
Mrs. and Mr. Claudia Milan
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Monroe
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Murdock
Mrs. Carole W. Murdock
Ms. Maralee J. Nobis-Jacobsen
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ostwald Jr.
Mr. Bob Oursler
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel K. Paulien
Ms. Katherine Payge
Mr. and Mrs. Jim H. Popejoy
Ms. Mary J. Ramirez
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ray
Mrs. and Mr. Janice Roberts
Mrs. Anne E. Rowan
Dr. Joanne Rudoff
R. Schoenebeck Consulting Inc.
Alexandra Schulze*
Mrs. Barbara Stephens
Mr. John Tenney
Mr. Glenn Tiedt and Mr. Les Crispelle
Ms. Agnes Toth
Tina and Tom Treants*
Ms. Cynthia Trombly
Mr. Lee Truskin
Margaret and Joseph Van Andel
Ms. Rebecca Van Blaraicom
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vicek
Mr. and Mrs. Garry Walker
Mrs. Shirley Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wallace
Michael and Shelly Wallingford
Ms. Donna Weiss
Welby Gardens Company +
Mr. Charles Wempe
Ms. Lynn Whitman
Mrs. Jean Willey
Michael and Gail Wise
Mrs. Joan Wofford
Mr. Wendell Zanotti
Artist Circle - $150 to $299
Mr. Allen Abshire
Ms. Diane Alder
Mrs. Shyrlee Anderson
Mr. David Aragoni
Dr. and Mrs. S. Michael Archer
Mark and Karen Arnold
Arvada Rent Alls +
Pres and Patti Askew
Mr. Paul Bach and Mrs. Helga Kelly-Bach
Ms. Pat Baker
Mrs. Nancy Bale
Ms. Carole Ballegeer
Mr. Albert Banker
Ms. Mary Ann Barbee
Mr. and Mrs. Lew J. Barnhouse
Ms. Claudia Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. Don Barz
Ms. Susie Battler
Ms. Dinah Beams
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Beattie
Mrs. Cathleen Beckendorf
Ms. Barbara Bell
Ms. Susan Benas
Ms. Ann Bengtson
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bickley
Mr. and Mrs. Rich Billings
Rev. and Mrs. Don Bleyle
Ms. Delilah Blount
Ms. Carol Boose
Mr. Richard Bornmann
Ms. Libby Bortz
Mrs. Jane Bovee
Ms. Becky Brady
Mr. John Brasaemle
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Bredeson
Toni and Dan Brennand
Ms. Lisa Bressler
Mike and Kathy Brickner
Ms. Kelly Briggs
Mrs. Linda Broom
Mr. and Ms. Douglas M. Brown
Ms. Trudy Brucker
Ms. Nancy L. Bruner
Mr. and Mrs. George Bruno
Mr. and Mrs. Donn Bruskiewicz
Ms. Donna Brynteson
Ms. Betty Buelter
Ms. Stella Bugay
Mr. Joseph Bukofski and Ms. Anne Marie Wasko
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton
Ms. Linda Bushman
Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Bussman
Donna Butwin
Ms. Allison Bygott and Mr. Kyle Bygott
Mr. Gordon Reusink and Mrs. Tami
Canady-Rensink
Tony and Barb Capra
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cassady
Ms. Margaret Chessman
Friends of the Center
The Arvada Center sincerely thanks any donor whose name
may have been inadvertently omitted from this list. Please
call 720-898-7226 with errors or omissions.
Artist Circle - $150 to $299 cont.
Ms. Theresa Churchley
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Clark
Ms. Nancy Clark
Mrs. Anne Cochran
Mr. Steven Cogswell*
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cole
Phyllis and Clyde Cotten
Ms. Bobbi Cotton
Mildred and George Coughlin
Ms. Kathryn Crisler
Mr. Arnold R. Cross
Mr. and Mrs. John Daugherty
Ms. San Daugherty
Ms. Sandra Defries
Ms. Mildred DeSmet
Ms. Donna Devine
Mrs. Mary DiPaolo
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Dollar
Mr. Leo Donaghe
Ms. Barbara Donaldson
Ms. Sue Dunn
Roger and Carol Dutton
Ms. Suzanne Ellenbogen
Ms. Cynthia Enger
Ms. Corneila Erickson*
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ernst
Mrs. Pam Erthal
Ms. Rosemary Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Farley
Mr. Stephen Farley and Mrs. Kristine Hanson-Farley
Mrs. Beatrice H. Farnan
Ms. Siv Feierabend
Fence Consulting Services Inc.
Mr. Bud Ferdon
Mr. Jim Fernald
Mr. B J Fett
Ms. Linda Fetterman
Ms. Judith Fisher
Ms. Betty A. Flaten
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Flax
Mr. Tom Fletcher
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Folsom
Mrs. Connie Ford
Mr. and Ms. Gerald Ford
Mrs. Sharon Ford
Ms. Joyce Fowler
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fox
Mr. Michael Foye
Ms. Janet Frazier
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeburn
Ms. Theone Freeman
Ms. Terri Freund
Ms. Muriel Frink
Ms. JoAnn Fritz
Mr. and Mrs. Jef Fugita
Ms. Diane Garcia
Ms. Lissy Garrison
Mr. Rene Gay
Mr. and Mrs. John E. German
Mrs. Jeanne Gibbard and Ms. Carolyn Alexander
Jim and Lee Gieseman
Mary Lou and Robert Gillham
Mr. Paul Gillis
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Giroux
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Glassburn
Mr. and Mrs. Art Gneiser
Mr. and Mrs. Garry Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Graham
Mr. and Mrs. Uwe Grapengeter
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Greene
Mr. Don Grewe
Mr. Chuck Griffith and Mrs. Pat Griffith
Dr. Judith A. Griswold
Ms. Cele Gritmon
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gunther
Ms. Catherine Haas
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hahn
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Halprin
Mrs. Kathlene Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hankerd
Ms. Phillis Harris-Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Erick Hartman
Ms. Susan Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hay
Ms. Joan Haywood
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hearne
Ms. Debra Heglin
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hemingway
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hendrix
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hentschel
Ms. Cassandra Herbert
Ms. Patsy Hernandez
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hickman
Mr. and Mrs. David Hill
Mr. and Mrs. David Hillery
Mrs. Miriam Hinnant
Mr. Brian Hoffmeier and Ms. Patricia Nies
Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Holden
Mr. Charlie Horn and Mrs. Elizabeth Treichler
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Izienicki
Mrs. and Mr. Laura Jacobsen
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jergensen
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jiles
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson
Mr. D’Angelo Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson
Ms. Kelly Johnson
Ms. Linda Johnson
Mrs. Carol Jones
Ms. Deanne Jones
Mr. James Jones
Ms. Marjorie Jones
Mr. Robert Jones
Ms. Judy Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. David Juran
Ms. Kathryn E. Kalohelani
Mr. and Ms. Carl Kantner
Mrs. Gwen Karlson
Karen and Dale Kaupp
Ms. Angela Kelsey
Mr. Bill Kenyon
Ms. Paula Keyser
Ms. Marjorie Kildow
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kinder
Mr. Michael J. Kramer
Ms. Rhoda Krasner
Mrs. Barbara Larimer
Mr. Phil LaRocco
Ms. Carol Larson
Mrs. Ruth M. Larson
Mr. Keith P. Lautenbach
Ms. Lisa Leafgreen and Ms. Teresa Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Leinz
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lemon
Ms. Nancy Leonard
Ms. Judy Levy
Ms. Paula Lindeen
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindeman
Mr. and Mrs. David Lindsey
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lopez
Mrs. Lisbeth Lord
Mr. Thomas Lyons and Ms. Virginia Trumpolt
Ms. Barb MacDonald
Mr. Damian Macias
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Mangan
Dr. and Mrs. William Markel
Mr. Lanny Marshall and Mrs. Maggie Marshall
Mr. John Martin
Mr. Michael G. Masciotro*
Mr. Leon V. Mason and Ms. Sheila N. Ray
Mrs. Ester Matheson
Ms. Catherine Maxwell
Mr. and Mrs. Ray May
Ms. Mary Kay McCabe
Chuck and Vicki McCoy*
Ms. Margo McCreary
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGillin
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McGlathery
Mrs. Elizabeth M. McKenna
Ms. Deborah McKnight and Mr. James Alt
Ms. Janice K. McNally
Ms. Mary L. McNamara
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McNeill
Ms. Velma Meis
Mrs. Sherry Mello
Ms. Carol Melzer
Ms. Wyoma Mercer
Mr. and Mrs. John Miks
Mr. and Ms. Douglas Miller
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Monohan
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Montgomery
Ms. Carol L. Moore and Mr. Kaoru Yamamoto
Mr. Clyde Moore and Mrs. Lani Vigil
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morgan
Mr. James Morris
Mrs. Kathleen Mortensen
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Mott
Mr. Harold Muller
Scott Froehlich and Monica Mumford
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson
Ms. Margie Nordstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Billie J. North
Ms. Gayle Nosal
Mrs. Peggie Notarianni
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Obert
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oberto
Mr. and Mrs. Robert O’Connell
Donna and Clifford Ohman
Mr. Dennis Oliver
Mr. and Mrs. Norm Ooms
Ms. Laura Ost and Mr. Dave Rudman
Ms. Dorothy Ostermeier
Mrs. and Mr. Joanne Otsuki
Sharon and Bill Otte
Mr. Jim Ottinger and Ms. Charlotte Waisman
Mr. and Mrs. Stefan Otto
Ms. Chris Page
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Panek
Mr. Thomas Parchman and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith
Mr. Peter Parrish
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Parrott
Ms. Annette Parsons
Mr. and Mrs. William Pass
Mr. Charles Patera
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pecchio
Ms. Jill Pedicord
Mr. Raymond Pelster
Mr. and Mrs. Hereford Percy
Ms. Nancy Persons
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pickett
Ms. Leona J. Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pinfield
Ms. Mary A. Pinon
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plamondon
Mr. Robert Pletcher
Mrs. Antoinette Pollack
Mr. Robert Preusser
Mrs. Marjorie Price
Ms. Paige Progar
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pulliam
Ms. Shirley Quella
JoAnn Radley and Ron Hellbusch
Mr. and Mrs. Vic Ramey
Ms. Sara Ransford - The Arches Foundation
Mr. Alain Ranwez
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Raven
Mrs. Beverly Rector
Ms. Donna Reed
Dr. and Mrs. John Reed
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reilly
Mr. and Mrs. David Reinicke
Mr. Curtis Rember
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reuter
Mr. Stephen Rhodes
Nancy and Gene Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Riley
Mrs. Sandra Robben
Ms. Banee M. Rock
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rodriguez
Mrs. Donna J. Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Rogowski
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rosier
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Russell
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Saba
Ms. Joan Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Sanders
Ms. Elizabeth Sato
Dr. and Mrs. Larry Schafer
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scharfenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scheaffer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schnabel
Ms. Theresa Scholz and Mr. Joe Rausch
Robert and Sharon Schultz
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwartz
Ms. Marymae Seaman
Mrs. Cheryl Sewald
Mrs. Kathrine Shaeffer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Showalter
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Silver
Ms. Carol Simpson
Ms. Karen Smiddy*
Mr. Donald L. Smith
Ms. Kelli Smith and Mr. Shawn Stehle
Ms. Luci Smits
Mrs. Elaine Sohrweid
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sooter
Mr. Gerald Spann and Ms. Elaine Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sperry
Ms. Anita Spring
Ms. Marjorie Stanford
Mrs. Lynn Stapp*
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stenby
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stout
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strand
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stretz
Ms. Elizabeth Sturns
Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan
Ms. Sharon Svendsen
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Swanson
Mr. and Mrs. David Swieckowski
Mrs. Cheryl Swinhart
Ms. Cynthia Tanaka and Mr. Larry Rowley
Mrs. LaJene Tanner
Ms. Holly Taylor and Ms. Tana Dell
Mr. Thomas Teske
Mr. James Thomas
Ms. Caryl Thompson and Mr. Donald Orr
Ms. Jean E. Thomson
Mr. and Mrs. William Tidyman
Ms. Sharon Timmins
Mrs. Donna Tone
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Trebilcock
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Troyer
Mrs. and Mr. Miriam Trudell
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Tubbs
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Vagher
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence VanSpriell
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Vargo
Ms. Cathy E. Veges
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Vestal
Ms. Dorothy Vickland
Mr. and Mrs. Al Villani
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Villani
Ms. Sonya Villano
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Vuolo
Ms. Helen Wagner and Ms. Chris Stelplugh
Mr. and Mrs. Will Walser
Mr. and Mrs. Don Waters
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watkins
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Watlington
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Weddle
Ms. Carol A. Welch
Ms. Joanne Whipple
Mrs. Laura Whisman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitaker
Mr. and Mrs. Al White
Ms. Janet White
Mr. Chris Wienecke and Ms. Terri Urbanowski
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williamson
Mr. Carl Windels and Mrs. Sue Windels
Ms. Rosemarie Wipfelder Kumpe
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wisehart
Mr. Gary Wolfson
Ms. Sharon Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wurster
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Young
Ms. Monica Young
Ms. Susan Youtz
Mr. Jerald Zarret
Mrs. and Mr. Renee Ziccardi
Ms. Carol Ziegenhagen
Ms. Marcia Ziegler
+ Denotes In-Kind Donation
* Denotes Employee Giving
FRIENDS OF THE CENTER DONORS | 21
Staff
ARVADA CENTER STAFF
Administration
Philip C. Sneed, Executive Director
Clark Johnson, Chief Operating Officer
Danna Luo, Director of Financial Operations
Andrew Terek, Accountant
Tina Treants, Software Application Support Specialist
Michelle Osgood, Executive Coordinator
Alma Vazquez, Accounting Clerk
Development
Teresa Chamberland, Chief Development Officer
Leanne Cadman, Development Officer Institutional Giving
Alex Schulze, Development Officer Individual Giving
Gallery/Museum
Collin Parson, Exhibition Manager
Kristin Bueb, Exhibition Coordinator & Registrar
Bebe Alexander, Ceramics Manager
Education
Lisa Leafgreen, Education Manager
Ashley Machacek, School Programs Coordinator
Keith Ewer, Youth Symphony Coordinator
Christina Noel-Adcock, Dance Coordinator
Lynn Stapp, School Programs Customer Service Representative
Teresa DiCureia, Education Assistant
Facilities Management
John Gratkins, Manager
Bill Williams, Security
Dave Crespin, Maintenance Leadworker
Will Bratton, Maintenance
Zophia Debski, Custodian
Jadwiga Janik, Custodian
Anna Kozlowska, Custodian
Bronia Pena, Custodian
Marketing & Patron Services
Performing Arts
Cynthia DeLarber, Director
Melanie Mayner, Publicist
Lisa Girard, Online Marketing Coordinator
Manuel Gomez, Group Sales Coordinator
Chuck McCoy, Graphic Designer
Steven Cogswell, House Manager
Sara Alt, Assistant House Manager
Beth Hoffman, Assistant House Manager
Douglas Murphey, Assistant House Manager
Joyce Murphey, Assistant House Manager
Deb Sanders, Assistant House Manager
Kimberly Husted, Box Office Supervisor
Amber Reiter, Senior Customer Service Rep
Justin Ankenbauer, Customer Service Clerk
Dan Harris, Customer Service Clerk
Beth Little, Customer Service Clerk
Autumn Lopez, Customer Service Clerk
Emily Mullen, Customer Service Clerk
Kate Poling, Customer Service Clerk
Quincey Roisum, Customer Service Clerk
Rod A. Lansberry, Artistic Producer
Lisa Hoffman, Artistic Associate
Adam Stolte, Production Manager
Nick Cimyotte, Technical Director
Jon Olson, Master Electrician
Grant Evenson, Lead Sound Technician
Jacob Kenworthy, Assistant Production Manager
Maegan Burnell, Children’s Theatre Stage Manager
Dave Cimyotte, Lead Theatre Technician
Chris Campbell, Costume Shop Manager
Lisa Cook, AEA Stage Manager
Paul Behrhorst, AEA Assistant Stage Manager
22 | STAFF
Arvada Council for the Arts and Humanities
Ken Fellman, Chair
Terry Stevinson, Vice Chair
Stephanie Tuthill, Secretary
Meyer Saltzman, Treasurer
Nancy Gary, Psy.D, Member at Large
Bob Dyer, City Council Representative
Bob Fifer, City Council Alternate
About the Center
Love the Arvada Center!
The quality of shows produced
here rivals most at the DCPA,
and you get to park for free!
— Stacy P.
MISSION
The mission of the Arvada Center is to provide arts and humanities
to patrons and visitors near and far so they can be engaged,
challenged and inspired to experience their world in new ways.
ABOUT US
6901 Wadsworth Boulevard
Arvada, CO 80003
720-898-7200
arvadacenter.org
The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities began as a place to
preserve local history. Thanks to forward-thinking citizens, what
was merely a heritage museum expanded to become a multidisciplinary facility that is now a model for arts centers across the
nation. Dedicated on July 4, 1976, the Arvada Center welcomed
nearly 12,000 visitors its first year. It now ranks as the eighth largest cultural attraction in metro Denver and is one of the leading
employers of creative people in Colorado. Through its diversity
of programming, continuous commitment to the underserved
and nationally recognized services for individuals with challenges,
the Arvada Center welcomes more than 300,000 visitors annually. With more than half its patrons coming from outside Arvada
and surrounding Jefferson County, its influence now extends far
beyond its name. Supported by over 2,500 donors, the Scientific &
Cultural Facilities District, Colorado Creative Industries and the City
of Arvada, the acclaimed Arvada Center celebrated its 38th year in
2014 dedicated to enriching, inspiring and educating all ages.
Fantastic art opening three different shows.
Couldn’t have asked for a more collective space or
better finger foods! Just wish it was closer to home
so I can have my own FREE museum nearby.
— Nicole S.
ABOUT THE CENTER | 23
She Loves Me; photo by P. Switzer
Katie Caron, Drosscapes
Arvada Center Dance Theatre

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