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!

 

Calendar

Showing: Exhibition Events (Archive)

Come explore the Spring 2021 BMoCA at Frasier exhibition, Frank Sampson: Art of Magical and Mysterious Fantasy! This exhibition is guest curated by Tom Carter and on view at Frasier Retirement Community.

Come explore the Spring 2021 BMoCA at Frasier exhibition, Frank Sampson: Art of Magical and Mysterious Fantasy! This exhibition is guest curated by Tom Carter and on view at Frasier Retirement Community.

A panel discussion with Exhibiting Artists of and Guest Lecturers about the historical, cultural, and psychological significance of masks in art and society.

Join the Guest Curator and Exhibiting Artists for a discussion about their artistic visions and response to the exhibition.

Join us to celebrate the opening of with Guest Curator Tya Alisa Anthony and the Exhibiting Artists.

A discussion surrounding the theme of gender & power through politics and voting, presented via Zoom. All ticket holders will be sent their access link before the event.

Moderated by Celeste Montoya. Panelists include Exhibiting Artist Nyeema Morgan, Kristie Soares, and Julia Trotta.

An exploration of the universe through the lens of Native American interpretations of the night sky. BMoCA is joined by Professor Erica Ellingson of the Department of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at University of Colorado Boulder and Professor Len Necefer, CEO/Founder of Natives Outdoors, and of University of Arizona.

Join us for the Virtual Opening Reception for .

Experience a virtual tour of the exhibition and comments from artist Christina Battle and Guest Curator Rose van Mierlo. Learn about Battle’s Exercises in Trust and how you can participate.

Image: Christina Battle, Notes to Self (detail), 2014-ongoing, video still. Image courtesy of the artist.

Let’s discuss why Margaretta’s portraits are different than many other artists’ portraits because of the way they place the subject. For this adult workshop led by the Art Students League of Denver (ASLD), bring in a photo of you or someone else or a mirror and try to create a portrait that uses the subject in the same way Margaretta portrayed her subjects.

Margaretta considered herself a realist, yet some of her images appear to be distortions or are spatially ambiguous. For this adult workshop led by the Art Students League of Denver (ASLD), bring a print from a photo that you have taken of your television screen while a favorite program is playing. Do a drawing of the image, or part of the image, and we will discuss what Margaretta may have meant by “reality.”

Many of Margaretta’s paintings include dolls and toys. Why did she pick them? What did they mean to her? How did she organize them? Explore these questions in this adult workshop led by the Art Students League of Denver (ASLD).

Join us for a second performance by Exhibiting Artist Candice Davis of her work , the Spring 2020 Present Box exhibition.