The mission of the MCC Center for Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE) is to enhance the quality of lives in our community through artistic, cultural, social, and intellectual activities. Founded in 2011, CACE sponsors over twenty local events annually, featuring performing artists, speakers, poets and visual artists. CACE operates Fort Morgan’s only art gallery, The CACE Gallery of Fine Art at 300 Main Street. Many CACE events incorporate arts-related workshops for local elementary, middle school or high school students.
CACE has been an integral part of several community-wide cultural events, including the 2014 dedication of the Dahms-Talton Band Shell and the 2014 Governor’s Pedal-the-Plains event.
In 2016, CACE debuted “Glenn Miller: The Birthplace of His Music,” its first documentary in conjunction with Sleeping Dog Media. Information about this project can be found at www.glennmillerdoc.com. It is currently available for viewing as part of the Glenn Miller exhibit at the Fort Morgan Museum and is available for checkout at the Fort Morgan Library.
For a complete listing of CACE events, please visit www.morgancc.edu/CACE. Virtually all CACE events are offered free to the public due to the generous support of donors. To make a tax-deductible donation to CACE, please go http://www.morgancc.edu/giving/ways-to-give/ or mail a check payable to “The MCC Foundation” to 300 Main Street, Fort Morgan, CO 80701. Please designate your donation for CACE. For further information, you may contact the CACE Coordinator, Suzanna Spears at Suzanna.Spears@MorganCC.edu, or by phone at (970) 542-3180.