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

Free for members and youth under 12
Always free for all on Saturdays!

Thursday, July 1
5-6:30pm
via Zoom

This talk features Guest Curator Kate Petley and Exhibiting Artists from BMoCA’s summer exhibition.

Image: Gelah Penn, Stele #6 (detail), 2019, lenticular plastic, polyester mesh, vinyl, plastic garbage bags, mylar, velcro, staples, eyelets, and t-pins, 86” x 46” x 6”. Courtesy of the artist.

Saturday, July 10
6-10pm

BMoCA presents the second year of Afield. Proceeds from this farm-to-table dinner will expand BMoCA’s outreach education programs. A local chef of Nonna Eats, in partnership with Ollin Farms and a local artist, will create a night of food, art, and senses.

Spend a summer evening with BMoCA, and join us for this fabulous event!

Aaron Jones and Waajeed, with critical writing by Wesley Taylor July 15 – August 1, 2021
Present Box

Web Model Dot Space is a suspended, bell-like dome that graphically represents the interior of an existing Detroit church as a floating, immersive, performative venue. Viewers become active participants as they enter the overhanging structure and become enveloped by its phenomenal nature.

This exhibition is part of the BMoCA + AIA CO program.

Image: Aaron Jones, Web Model Dot Space, dome study, digital, 2020.

Los Seis de Boulder Sculpture Project
Jasmine Baetz
InsideOut
March 25, 2021 – March 14, 2022

BMoCA is honored to exhibit El movimiento sigue (The movement continues), a sculpture by Los Seis de Boulder Sculpture Project and 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.

Image courtesy of Wes Magyar.

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: Diego Rodriguez-Warner in his studio. Courtesy of the artist.

Guest curated by Karla Dakin
October 14 – January 23, 2022

This exhibition celebrates 45 years of the Jerry Wingren’s work, spanning from 1976 to 2021.

Image: Jerry Wingren, Swedish Black Granite Resting Stone #1, 2006-2008, black granite, 8″ × 13″ × 12″. Courtesy of Alexander Esseveld.