Donna has extensive experience working in the arts community, including positions as Executive Director of the Fort Collins Symphony and Executive Director of Arts Alive Fort Collins. Just recently she spearheaded the fundraising program for a monumental and culturally important sculpture The Hand that Feeds honoring the Hispanic and Mexican Sugar Beet Workers that was recently installed in Fort Collins. In addition, as founder of BellaSpark Productions and BellaSpark Magazine, Donna hosted conferences and events for many of the world’s top visionaries, change-makers and speakers.
“Donna possesses the critical high-level skill sets of leadership, strategic partnership building, and the essential experience with art and the arts community,” said High Plains Arts Council Board president Tracy Hogue. “Over the years, she has been a champion for the arts. We’re really looking forward to working with her.”
Visocky’s background includes organizing and hosting a variety of events, large and small, from Symphony concerts to city-wide festivals, to conferences, golf tournaments and more. She was named a Women of Vision by Colorado Women of Influence and one of 48 Living Her Legacy: Women of Fort Collins.
“I am excited to delve into the Loveland Sculpture in the Park Show and Benson Sculpture Garden and to help chart its continued growth.” said Visocky. “Equally as exciting, I look forward to meeting all of the Sculpture in the Park patrons and volunteers that make up this amazing organization.”
For more information about Loveland High Plains Arts Council and Sculpture in the Park visit www.sculptureinthepark.org or call 970-663-2940.