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Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

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

Free for members and youth under 12

Guest curated by Rose van Mierlo
September 3 – January 29, 2021

Morgan poetically reflects on the articulation of 21st-century dichotomies of gender and power in her exhibition: objectivity and subjectivity, agency and powerlessness, offense and defense.

Image: Nyeema Morgan, The Flower (detail), 2020, digital media.

Guest curated by Tya Alisa Anthony
February 11 – May 31, 2021

In response to the 2020 global pandemic.
In response to the United States quarantine and individuals dealing with isolation.
In response to the Black Lives Matter, LGBTQIA + DACA movements.
In response to remote video communication in everyday life, access to technology and internet connection, access to food, money, and supplies.
In response to the world before the coronavirus/COVID-19.
In response to Humanity.

Image: Paula Gasparini-Santos, Past, Present, Future (detail), 2019, 36″ × 48”. Courtesy of the artist.

Facing the beautiful Central Park and just three blocks from Pearl Street, the museum is an ideal location for your event.

Newly engaged and looking for a fun and modern wedding venue in downtown Boulder?

BMoCA will be running a Sweetheart Special through February 28th, 2021. Contact by February 28th and mention Sweetheart Special to receive 25% off rental costs!

Hosted on Thursdays at 12pm on BMoCA’s Instagram!

Artists take viewers behind the scenes of their studio practice with insights into their processes, inspirations and artwork. This series is an initiative to support local artists and give viewers the opportunity to take a closer look at art practices and ask questions to contemporary artists.

Image: Daniel Granitto in his studio. Courtesy of the artist.

February 27, 2020 – March 15, 2021

Steven Frost is an artist and educator based in Boulder, where he has been instrumental in spreading the transformative nature of weaving and textiles through popular, community-based gatherings. His approach combines narrative elements of personal memorabilia with queer culture, and the results take craft sensibilities into formally engaging visual territory. Frost’s influences include everything from suburban kitsch to Anni Albers’ textiles, and his experimentation extends from the center of these disparate concepts.

Image: Steven Frost, Helen & Alice at the Museum, 2020, polypropylene webbing. A commission by Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art.