Capabilities & Services


Majestic Collaborations works directly with arts organizations and agencies to develop emergency action, business continuity, and disaster response plans. Majestic Collaborations also works directly with individuals to fortify local expertise and enhance community resilience. We are working diligently to collaboratively refine the industry best practices while building diverse networks to better address climate and health crises.



  • For staff, Boards and volunteers
  • Emergency plans for venues
  • Infrastructure improvements for accessibility

Symposiums & Workshops

  • On-site, experiential learning
  • Festivals as classrooms
  • Full-day symposiums with broad curriculum
  • Half-day to multi-day workshops focused on one skill
  • See our Art of Mass Gatherings webpage for more details!
Mary Valdez is Denver’s public art program coordinator. Here, she oversees the completion of Jaime Molina’s “La Veleta/The Weathervane.”  (Photo by Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Workforce Development

  • Train arts, events and cultural workers to employ their skills in emergency response
  • Develop resources for response during emergencies and disasters

Research, Data, and Analysis

  • Surveys, assessments, and partnerships
  • Identify and contextualize the risk and needs of performing arts and cultural entities
  • Develop comprehensive and interactive maps of community assets and vulnerabilities

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Majestic Collaborations acknowledges that all of its activities take place on ancestral, Indigenous lands.
Majestic Collaborations’ roots are in Denver, CO, the traditional land of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Ute, Očhéthi Šakówiŋ, and others.