The Fine Arts Center at Colorado College is awash in recognition. It recently received 24 Henry Award nominations, a record for the Fine Arts Center. The productions of “Fun Home” and “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” tied as the most honored productions of the Colorado theatre year, with 11 nominations each. Additionally, earlier in the spring, the Arts Business Education Consortium named President Jill Tiefenthaler the recipient of the Community Support for Arts Education Award in recognition of CC’s Passport to the Arts program, which offers fourth-grade students a free one-year family membership to the Fine Arts Center, as well as a host of other student- and family-friendly benefits. And, in The Gazette’s “Best of the Springs” contest, the FAC nabbed two awards; an Experts Pick, which included the shout out: “Here’s a big high five to more accessible, affordable art opportunities,” and a Voter’s Choice for “Best Art Class,” with one voter saying the Bemis School of Art at the Fine Arts Center is “The best place to let your mind and soul be immersed in art.”