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.

Public Programs

ménage à trois

June 30, 6:30pm
$8 / free for members
Delve into privacy-related Terms of Service agreements for Facebook, iTunes, and mobile devices in the safety of surveillance-resistant structures of BLISS.

August 18, 6:30pm
$20 / $15 for members
Create your own environment-specific ghille suit in an exhibition-inspired camouflage workshop. Ticket includes Blood & Sand cocktail.

September 1, 6:30pm
$8 / free for members
Choreography workshop and museum-wide performance inspired by the multimedia artworks of BLISS.


Rendezvous (RNDZVS) is BMoCA’s new 21+ pop-up party series that invigorates unexpected, underutilized, or overlooked spaces with immersive creative experiences. Uniquely themed events bring arts, culture, and music outside of the museum walls with artistic installations, live music, art-making, and beer garden by Finkel & Garf.

Stumble into the unexpected with BMoCA’s Rendezvous pop-up party.

Check out BMoCA’s last RNDZVS party:
RNDZVS: Surf Rock
Put on your retro shades and high-waisted bikini for a 1950s surf rock RNDZVS on July 15 featuring:
- vinyl DJ
- dance floor
- tiki bar by Finkel & Garf
- print-making
- snow cones
- photo booth

Join us for a summer surf rock RNDZVS on July 15.


BMoCA’s week-long international arts and technology festival featuring performances, dialog, and workshops interfacing with current directions in live new media. Experience performances by visiting artists, explore live media tools first-hand, and discuss the technology and underlying theoretical, formal, and conceptual considerations.

Highlights from 2016 included

  • the launch of LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner’s #TAKEMEANYWHERE
  • performances by Jace Clayton (aka DJ /rupture), Morehshin Allahyari, Rosa Menkman, and JP Merz
  • panel discussion by cyberfeminist researchers Deep Lab

2016 MediaLive Curators
Janet Feder, David Fodel, and Maya Livio

Curator's Field Trip

Curator’s Field Trips are a new series of unique day-trips led by BMoCA’s Curator Mardee Goff.

Each Field Trip will include a selection of art-focused stops around Colorado. Guests will enjoy a wide variety of behind-the-scenes art experiences as well as exclusive access to private collections, artist studios, and exclusive tours of arts institutions, exhibitions, and galleries around Colorado.

To register for an upcoming tour or be added to the waitlist, please call BMoCA at 303.443.2122 or email Jordan at

Winter 2016 Curator’s Field Trip — Sold Out

For BMoCA members only. Cost of this tour is $50. Become a member and book now, space is limited!

For the first Field Trip, we will explore a few of Boulder’s gems. The tour will start at 1pm with a visit to the home of Polly and Mark Addison and a tour of their current exhibition A Few Final Words. We will then continue to the home of Stephanie and Alan Rudy for a tour of their collection, followed by a visit to The Jensdotter Project, an art space in Boulder opened in 2015 by Andrew and Amber Jensdotter. The Field Trip will conclude with a happy hour near Jensdotter Project.

(A detailed itinerary will be emailed to individuals who register for the tour.)

1pm: Tour of Polly and Mark Addison’s current exhibition A Few Final Words
2:30pm: Tour of Stephanie and Alan Rudy’s private collection
4pm: Tour of Jensdotter Project
5pm: Happy Hour