The Colorado Impact Fund Art Program

Harmony by Bill Brown

Denver filmmaker Amie Knox is known for her documentaries on artists, but lesser known is her creation of an art program. “It’s kind of a pro-bono boost to emerging artists,” she says. “I work with them to choose a selection of their work that would show well, and then I host a reception.” The art is showcased in a downtown Denver office building that houses the Colorado Impact Fund, a venture capital firm that invests in Colorado companies. It’s a partnership that makes sense, says Knox, in that she is curating up-and-coming artists who are in the early stages of their work. The current exhibit features Bill Brown, a former engineer who made the jump to full-time artist two years ago. There’s only one caveat: To visit the Colorado Impact Fund you need to make an appointment via email to Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, 1555 Blake St., Denver. 

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