Mountain Artists (Affiliate member)
Originally established in 1989, the purpose of Mountain Artists is to promote, encourage, support, and assist in the making and showing of visual arts by persons of all ages in Ute Pass/Teller County and the surrounding area. They have their own independent 501(c)3. Mountain Artists' goals are to:
* Foster appreciation and awareness of visual arts in the community.
* Support the concept of a "visual arts community" in the area.
* Promote and support visual art education for all members of the community.
Rampart Rock'n Jazz (Subordinate member)
Since 2004, the purpose of Rampart Rock'n Jazz (RRJ) is to provide the Southern Colorado and Teller County community with fun, familiar choral music beyond the typical melody presentations of most bands and youth choirs. RRJ focuses on 'baby-boomer' music in 4-8+ part harmony in mostly a-cappella format. RRJ promotes and educates participants in Doo-wop, R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz, and Classic Rock & Roll singing. RRJ holds free youth oriented concerts/performances through the year & meets weekly to sing.
Ute Pass Symphony Guild (Associate member)
Founded in 1980, to provide symphonic music for the area and to expose forth graders to symphonic music. They have their own independent 501(c)3. Since its inception, the Ute Pass Symphony Guild (UPSG) has brought the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra to Woodland Park for its "Symphony Above the Clouds" concert held on July 5th at the Woodland Park Middle School football field located at Rampart Range and Kelley's Road.
Woodland Park Community Singers (Subordinate member)
Park Community Singers, Inc. (WPCS) is an organization dedicated to
bringing quality choral music to
Woodland Park Wind Symphony (formerly Woodland Park Community Band) (Subordinate member)
Dedicated to providing adults and children within the community opportunities to enhance or recondition their instrumental music performance skills! Currently a for-profit sole proprietorship.
Affiliate Organizations: An organization that already has a 501(c)(3) exemption, or does not need such an exemption for its operations. An affiliate organization must have on file an Article of Association or Articles of Incorporation. Membership in MAC shall be open to any such group who has an interest in furthering the purposes of the Corporation and whose MAC dues are current. Each affiliate organization shall nominate a representative to serve on the board of MAC.
Subordinate Organizations: An organization that does not have a 501(c)(3) exemption status with the IRS, but wishes to qualify for such status as a subordinated organization under the Group Exemption of MAC. Membership in MAC shall be open to any such group who has an interest in furthering the purposes of the Corporation, whose MAC dues are current, and meets the criteria of a subordinate organization as defined by the IRS. Each subordinate organization shall name a representative to serve on the board of the Mountain Arts Council.
Associate Member of MAC: Membership in MAC shall be open to any individual, business or commercial organization who has an interest in furthering the purposes of the Corporation and whose MAC dues are current, receive notices of meetings, and may serve on the board of MAC.