BMoCA

BMoCA

Museum Info
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302
303.443.2122
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Museum & Store Hours

Tuesday – Sunday 11am-5pm

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Admission
  • $2 – adults
  • $2 – seniors
  • $2 – students
  • & educators

Always free for all on Saturdays!

November, 2022

After a national search, BMoCA is pleased to announce the hire of Jane Burke as Curator of the museum. Burke previously served as the curatorial fellow in the Textile Art and Fashion Department at the Denver Art Museum. Burke will oversee BMoCA’s expanding exhibition programs, which currently number 20+ annual exhibitions at eight locations across the Denver metro area.

BMoCA at Anythink Fall Artist Showcase 2022

BMoCA at Anythink: Fall Artist Showcase

September – December, 2022

BMoCA and Anythink have partnered for the second year to make arts and culture more accessible to Adams County residents through the BMoCA at Anythink Fall Artist Showcase. This year’s initiative has expanded to four library locations, including Anythink Bennett, Anythink Brighton, Anythink Commerce City and Anythink Huron Street. Local artists Cherish Marquez and Eileen Roscina will collaborate with community members to create works surrounding the theme of “Exploring Landscapes”.

November 2 – December 31, 2022
Venue: BMoCA at Anythink

Artist Eileen Roscina works with the Commerce City community to explore the intersection between industry and nature through a mural composed of organic and natural materials that form the industrial landscape of Commerce City. This mural installed at Anythink Commerce City. will celebrate growth, change and the vital history that seeds hold in shaping terrain. Community members will contribute to the mural by pressing flowers and contemplating what seeds can we plant for the future?

December 3 – December 31, 2022
Venue: BMoCA at Anythink

Interdisciplinary artist Cherish Marquez creates a community generated installation in her exhibition, Social Signs, at Anythink Huron Street. The collective mural will display an interactive collection of symbols that explore identity and symbology while showing how augmented reality (AR) can help us generate deeper understandings of each other.

October 19 – December 31, 2022
Venue: BMoCA at Anythink

Artist Eileen Roscina works with the Brighton community to contemplate the landscape of the area through hanging sky seed sculptures. Like the dandelion seed, this collection of sculptures will float in the atrium of Anythink Brighton and represent the growth and renewal of life. Each sculpture will be created by community members and contain secret messages about what seeds people hope to sow for their futures in this collective garden of hope.

October 6 – December 31, 2022

Pride on Your Side is a community photography project led by artist Juan Fuentes at the Aurora Central Library. Fuentes’ photography series highlights the everyday experiences of community members in Aurora. Through library workshops, Fuentes taught community members photography basics so that they were empowered to document their own experiences, and be a part of this public installation.

October 17 – December 31, 2022

Mountain Totem and Moons is a project led by artist Christine Nguyen at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library, a branch of the Aurora Public Libraries. The community-created cyanotype mural, and photo-based flags are inspired by the flora and fauna of Colorado and Nguyen’s personal connection to the ocean, the cosmos and phases of the moon. Throughout the library, hidden objects are waiting to be discovered as part of a scavenger hunt. Explore, interact and find the objects represented in Nguyen’s flags!

October 17 – January 15, 2023
Venue: BMoCA at Frasier

Body becomes element

Water is a constant theme in Karen Breunig’s vibrant, textural, and emotive works. She often paints herself as a woman in the water and incorporates recurring depictions of buckets, fountains, and pools. She combines these elements with celestial bodies and other human figures to explore the blurred boundary between memory and imagination, the fluidity of emotion, and the fleeting nature of human interaction.

March 25, 2021 – October 23, 2022

BMoCA is honored to exhibit El movimiento sigue (The movement continues), a sculpture by Los Seis de Boulder Sculpture Project and artist Jasmine Baetz, as part of BMoCA’s InsideOut exhibition series. InsideOut presents rotating, outdoor artistic interventions that are intended to foster and spark public discussions.

In 2022, BMoCA celebrates 50 years of artistic innovation and creative experiences. Over the last several years the museum has been conceptualizing how it can continue fulfilling its mission to inspire creativity and foster community for many years to come. We are excited to announce that we are ready to engage the community in the process of envisioning a new BMoCA facility and “creative campus” in North Boulder. .

Provide your feedback on the creative campus, and let us know what you value here.