Kate Perdoni

Kate Perdoni

Kate Perdoni is a mother, television producer and instructor for Rocky Mountain PBS, freelance radio and print journalist, and a musician, playing guitar and singing in the dream-pop band Eros and the Eschaton on Bar/None Records. Kate developed a free, public audio recording studio at Library 21c's Center for Public Media, is a longtime grant writer with the cultural non-profit Hear Nebraska, and publishes Mamá Liberada, a zine celebrating creatives and families. She is the President of the Pikes Peak Arts Council, a 48-year-old arts advocacy organization, and serves on the City of Colorado Springs' Public Art Commission.

GOCA: Cultivating Colorado Springs’ Diverse Arts & Culture Legacy

Nudging its audience to lead more imaginative lives through sensory experiences, sparking dialogue and affecting positive change in communities through art – here lies the trifecta of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs’ Galleries of Contemporary Art. Commonly referred to as GOCA, the name populates two fully-realized, multi-media gallery spaces within the city: One on […]