Museum Info
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

Museum & Store Hours

Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-5pm
Extended Saturday hours April 2-Nov. 19, 9am-5pm.

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  • $1 – adults
  • $1 – seniors
  • $1 – students
  • & educators

Free for members and children under the age of 12.

Land and Lore
Monday, December 19, 9am-5pm
$80 / $75 members
For ages 6–12

Inspired by ptarmigans, tundra, yucca, and yarrow, nature tales, and the wonder of your own vision of land and landscape, create vibrant layered landscapes, monotype prints, whimsical woven nests, and more!

Tuesday, December 6

Please help BMoCA continue expanding the impact of its exhibitions, public programs, and outreach initiatives by making a donation to the museum on Colorado Gives Day, Tuesday, December 6.

October 12: James Balog, Kim Dickey, Rebecca DiDomenico and Ana María Hernando
November 2: Buff Elting
November 16: Elizabeth Black & Karla Dakin
November 30: Chandler Romeo
December 14: Don Coen
December 28: Amelia Carley

Spend an hour with the artists of Evolving Visions of Land and Landscape at Artist Hour, a one-hour conversation and happy hour .

Thursday, April 27
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BMoCA and the University of Colorado Art Museum (CU Art Museum) present an evening celebrating Shark’s Ink, a Colorado treasure. The gala supports CU Art Museum’s acquisition of the Sharkive, an internationally important collection of prints created by artists from around the world in the Boulder County studio of Bud and Barbara Shark.

March 28 – April 3

Discover the beauty of Milan with an art-focused 6 day tour that includes VIP access to the miart art fair, a day exploring Triennale di Milano, incredible Michelin star dining, and behind the scenes access to the city’s best art studios with Art Students League of Denver and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. For more information, please contact Jordan Robbins at or 303.443.2122.

Thursday, December 8
$8 / free for members

BMoCA presents the 1974 Academy Award nominated film by Albert and David Maysles’s “Christo’s Valley Curtain,” followed by conversation with two key figures in Christo’s massive Rifle Valley, Colorado installation – Jim Palmer, CU Film Studies, and Boulder artist John Matlack.