Re-opening at historic Watertower Place in the Grove in Downtown Pueblo in late spring 2018.
More than just an art gallery.
Kadoya Gallery presents art exhibitions and cultural programs featuring distinguished artists from Pueblo, Southern Colorado and beyond, with a special emphasis on emerging creative genius.
Celebrating creative genius
Since its first exhibition in December 2012, Kadoya Gallery has featured a wide variety of artists from Pueblo, Southern Colorado and beyond. Each artist, whether emerging, mid-career or established, brings to the Gallery a unique story of self-discovery and exploration. The Gallery has an open door policy with just one requirement - own your story and love to share it.
Kadoya winter film series
The Kadoya Film Series takes place at the beginning of each year during the winter and early spring. It is an opportunity to experience the very best in cinematic creative genius. Since its inception, Monday evenings at Central Plaza have been dedicated to the world of cinema and we have developed a loyal following which includes everyone from the academic film critic to the VHS junkie. All we ask is that you enjoy film and escape with us for an evening. Films are always free.
The GAllery as a stage
For many, art can be intimidating and out of reach. A longstanding mission at the Gallery is to provide a venue for a wide variety of art forms to flourish.
colorado business committee for the arts
Kadoya Gallery was a finalist in the Create Award category which acknowledges an outstanding, for-profit creative business that has made a significant impact on Colorado’s creative economy.
About CBCA: Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that serves as a catalyst for Colorado’s business community to leverage the arts for economic vitality. CBCA is a member organization of leading companies that have a philanthropic commitment to the arts and recognize the link between cultural vitality and creative and innovative success. Over 140 metro area businesses, representing 70,000 employees, are members of CBCA. Established in 1985 by local business leaders, CBCA is now an affiliate of Americans for the Arts and formerly of the National Business Committee for the Arts founded by David Rockefeller in 1967.