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)

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…

How does fungus complicate notions of technology? This workshop will consider that question in two parts, and present an overview of mushrooms and mycelium. First, representatives from the Colorado Mycological Society will introduce the ways in which mushroom underground networks facilitate plant communication, and address general protocols for mushroom foraging in Colorado. Then, Kendle McDowell…

MediaLive: Subterranean
Celebrate the opening of MediaLive 2019’s installations including video, sound, and interactive works from Michelle Ellsworth, Brian House, Tabita Rezaire, Rick Silva, and Francis Marion Moseley Wilson.

Join us for a conversation with Celeste Montoya, Associate Professor of Women & Gender Studies, University of Colorado Boulder

Celebrate the Month of Photography with exhibiting artist Matthew Pevear and guest curator George P. Perez. Bring your photographs for a show and tell lead by Pevear.

Explore horticultural innovations in our region and learn about the landscapes where humanity first arose and evolved with Panayoti Kelaidis, Senior Curator & Director of Outreach at Denver Botanic Gardens.

Hear firsthand from exhibiting artist Don Coen about his artistic process and the life-changing events which have shaped his work.

Spring 2019 Opening Reception will feature the opening of two exhibitions.

Matthew Pevear observes familiar locations and objects that he encounters as he promotes, unveils, and gives reference to non-grandiose interactions in the anthropocentric environment with which we interact. Mitigating and avoiding gestures that may lend to the obviousness of his surroundings, he captures and scoops up imagery that barely skims the surface of human centric spaces.

A writing workshop for writers experiencing homelessness in collaboration with Lighthouse Writers Workshop.

Visual art meets the spoken word in a live performance just as whimsical and emotionally compelling as the paintings which inspire it.

Fall 2018 Opening Reception will feature the opening of three exhibitions.

In his elaborately constructed, colorful photographs, Jason DeMarte explores the unsettling intersection between the natural world and consumer culture. His compositions challenge romantic notions of nature by juxtaposing flora and fauna with brightly colored plastics, mysterious oozing liquids, candy, and other unnatural elements.

Join us to celebrate the installation of a new piece in BMoCA’s InsideOut exhibition space located on the northwest corner outside BMoCA. Colorado Springs’ artist Pard Morrison will be on hand to talk about the new work he created entitled, Heartmouth, which was commissioned specifically for the InsideOut space.

Tuesday, July 10
5:45pm doors open
6:00 – 8:30pm free public reception
7:00pm – 8:00pm Motus Theater performance of For a Piece of Paper: A Series Of Autobiographical Motus Monologues And Music About The Challenges Facing Undocumented Americans. In addition, Executive Director, David Dadone, and guest curator Jennifer Heath will introduce the exhibition and related programming.

Join BMoCA for an Artist Talk and the Opening Reception for ROBERTO JUAREZ Processing: Painting & Prints 2008 – 2018. Guest curator Edward J. Sullivan will be in conversation with Roberto Juarez, discussing the exhibition, and illuminating the many unique processes and techniques used by Juarez to enhance our understanding of his multifaceted accomplishments.

Based in NYC, Juarez has…

Guest curator Edward J. Sullivan will be in conversation with Roberto Juarez, discussing the exhibition, and illuminating the many unique processes and techniques used by Juarez to enhance our understanding of his multifaceted accomplishments.

Learn about Wopo Holup’s career and public art commissions with curator Mandy Vink.