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)

Join us in celebrating the opening of the museum’s newest exhibition, BMoCA @ Macky: Mark Bueno.

Spend an evening with the artists of at Artist Hour, a one-hour conversation and happy hour series.

Upcoming Artists Hours

December 14
Don Coen

December 28
Amelia Carley

Spend an evening with the artists of at Artist Hour, a one-hour conversation and happy hour series.

Upcoming Artists Hours

November 30
Chandler Romeo

December 14
Don Coen

December 28
Amelia Carley

Spend an evening with the artists of at Artist Hour, a one-hour conversation and happy hour series.

Upcoming Artists Hours

November 16
Elizabeth Black & Karla Dakin

November 30
Chandler Romeo

December 14
Don Coen

December 28
Amelia Carley

Spend an evening with the artists of at Artist Hour, a one-hour conversation and happy hour series.

Upcoming Artists Hours

October 26
Gayle Crites & Buff Elting

November 16
Elizabeth Black & Karla Dakin

November 30
Chandler Romeo

December 14
Don Coen

December 28
Amelia Carley

A History of the Visual Arts in Boulder (HOVAB) is an unprecedented, community-wide cultural event that will revisit and celebrate the City of Boulder’s dynamic and diverse visual arts past in 16 venues, featuring 300 artists, spanning 121 years of history, with 32 opening receptions, film screenings, presentations and panel discussions.

Martha Russo and Grateful Bread demonstrate the art of bread with a hands-on evening of making. Bread-making, as a live, time-sensitive medium of exploration, expands the parameters of creativity. The dough accurately records the touch of the hand, while simultaneously allowing for possibilities of both serendipity and freedom – a medium that parallels to and separate from Russo’s clay. While we…

Neuroscientist Tor Wager, Psychologist Leaf van Boven, and exhibiting artist Martha Russo discuss “dissonance,” the discomfort experienced when one holds contradictory beliefs or ideas in one moment, and how coalescere explores this concept.

Join Martha Russo, along with the people and objects important to the artist, for an intimate open dialogue discussion about her fascination with the internal body. Event will feature a tour through the exhibition tracking Russo’s movement beginning from an idea or notion carrying through to an exhibited work.

Join Art Stop Educator Katie Harwood for a family-friendly tour of BMoCA’s new exhibition. Sure to delight kids of all ages, Russo’s work pushes the boundaries of clay with playful colors and shapes referencing anatomical, botanical, and oceanic elements.

Donald Fodness will transform BMoCA’s lounge and entrance into an immersive installation that displays the eccentric mind of the artist.

Join us for the opening reception of Susan Wick: Wild Women Never Get the Blues. Showcasing 50 years of the prolific and eccentric work of Susan Wick, this exhibition will feature a site-specific, immersive installation with a selection of paintings, drawings, artist books, ceramic works, knit works, puppets, and masks, among many other objects.

Join us for the opening of our fall 2015 BMoCA at Macky exhibition Painted Paper, movements through collage: works by Cecelia Feld and Ania Gola-Kumor. BMoCA at Macky is an off-site exhibition series presented by BMoCA in collaboration with Macky Auditorium Concert Hall, University of Colorado Boulder. Presented in the Andrew J. Macky Gallery in the foyer of the Macky Auditorium Concert Hall, the…

Curated by Brandon Johnson, this interactive exhibition encourages visitors to participate in a drawing experiment by creating portraits of a 3D-printed version of the Stanford Bunny—an iconic computer graphics model. Participants thus contribute their own perspectives to the long tradition of depicting rabbits in the arts and investigate what happens when a complex, computer-generated composite…

Curated by Brandon Johnson, this interactive exhibition encourages visitors to participate in a drawing experiment by creating portraits of a 3D-printed version of the Stanford Bunny—an iconic computer graphics model. Participants thus contribute their own perspectives to the long tradition of depicting rabbits in the arts and investigate what happens when a complex, computer-generated composite…

Flatlander presents works that explore how our compulsive relationship with the flat screen and the Internet has changed our view of the world. Featuring artworks by Carlos Aires, Jesse Amado, Man Bartlett, Matthew Chambers, Rebecca DiDomenico, Mark Hogensen, Cisco Merel, Jeanne Quinn, Xochi Solis, and Penelope Umbrico.

Guest curated by Patty Ortiz

Margaret Neumann: Inscapes will feature a series of new paintings by the Denver-based artist. “Inscape” is a concept derived by the English poet Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889) from the ideas of the medieval philosopher Duns Scotus (1266-1308). Hopkins defined inscape as the unified complex of characteristics that gives each thing its uniqueness and that differentiates it from other things; in…

For their Present Box exhibition, Kristen Hatgi Sink and Jillian FitzMaurice will fill BMoCA’s lobby and front entrance with giant white glitter-filled balloons and a specially-commissioned video installation that will transform the space into a stage set for two live performances. The new video work flickers between images of broken butterfly wings, mounds of flowers, and sweet treats, and…