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
Open at 9am Saturday & until 8pm Wednesday during Farmers Market

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

Free for members and children under the age of 12.

 

Calendar

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SPARK! programs create an opportunity for individuals living with early to mid-stage memory loss and their families to enjoy interactive and engaging experiences in a comfortable setting, guided by trained docents and volunteers. BMoCA Spark! events include specialized tours and art-making.

Program starts at 10:00 am with light refreshments.

Upcoming SPARK! Programs
October 11, 2019
December 13, 2019…

Discover the colorful geometric patterns created by Clark Richert, BMoCA’s summer exhibiting artist. Students will translate his work over into clay creations in addition to learning how to throw pottery on a wheel. This camp is open to students of all skill levels and includes hands-on assistance to help every camper grow in wheel-throwing, trimming, and glazing.

Learn about the first rural commune of the 1960s with this true story of the whimsical innovation and the drive to create a new civilization on the scrapheap of a wasteful society.

Create your own cyanotype print in a guided workshop with exhibiting artist Richard Stephenson.

Meet artist Andrew Huffman and experience his string installation on display at the plaza.

Fake it until you make it. Learn about famous art forgery and understand the techniques that go into creating an artistic masterpiece!

Experiment with and develop an eye for photography. Campers will learn about photographers in history, photo tricks, and how to compose photographs of their own.

Join BMoCA at the Superior Spectacular festival for an evening of immersive arts, music, and food. BMoCA’s tent will feature an interactive performance piece by ceramicist Kazu Oba.

Join us for the opening of , the Summer 2019 Present Box exhibition.

Opening remarks by Exhibiting Artist Richard Stephenson, Guest Curator Amber Story, and Executive Director David Dadone.

An arts infused farm-to-table dinner to benefit BMoCA’s arts education programs

Robot Puppet Show – Performance Art
Lights, camera, action! Learn how to put on your own performance and create a story with robots made with tinker trays.

The Great Outdoors Camp
Be inspired by the great outdoors! Campers will enjoy the summer outdoors and experiment with an array of crafts and art activities.

Create your own cyanotype print using found objects and sunlight, inspired by the artwork of Richard Stephenson, the artist on exhibit in BMoCA’s Present Box exhibition space from July 18th to August 4th, 2019.

Join our Friends With Benefits (FWB) members to celebrate BMoCA, the summer, and a lovely sunset over the Flatirons.

Join Clark Richert and Chief Curator David Dadone as they discuss their unique insights into the inspiration behind this exhibition.

SPARK! programs create an opportunity for individuals living with early to mid-stage memory loss and their families to enjoy interactive and engaging experiences in a comfortable setting, guided by trained docents and volunteers. BMoCA Spark! events include specialized tours and art-making.

Program starts at 10:00 am with light refreshments.

Upcoming SPARK! Programs
August 9, 2019
October 11, 2019

BMoCA is pleased to present another chapter in our series of talks in collaboration with Shark’s Ink., the nationally-renowned print studio in Lyons, Colorado. Shark’s Ink. at BMoCA are casual conversations between Master printer Bud Shark, his wife and fellow artist Barbara Shark, and one of Shark’s Ink. resident artists.

Summer 2019 Opening Reception will feature the opening of Clark Richert: Pattern and Dimensions

Come for a lunch art break! In its second year, Art @ One Boulder Plaza explores art and its themes inspired by various local artists.

Remember the days when friends would come together to hear new music at listening parties? Our closing performance will reference those intimate gatherings and present a new performance by the duo Matmos. Matmos is known for composing accessible music out of a vivid palette of sounds, and their new album Plastic Anniversary is no exception. It considers the political dimensions of plastics, and…