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.

MediaLive Closing Performance + Reception

Wednesday May 22 – 6:30-8:00pm


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 is produced of sounds generated by materials as disparate as police riot shields, plastic bags, and medical synthetics. Join us for a closing celebration of MediaLive 2019, in which Matmos will present a sonic and visual array of plastics in a virtual concert, mailed to the museum via snail mail as a means for the group to participate in the festival while taking the environmental concerns of travel into consideration.

Join BMoCA for all the MediaLive events:


April 25, 6:30-8pm
Join us for a performance by avatar LaTurbo Avedon created for the festival, as well as a one-night screening of a work by Anna Ridler. We will also 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.


Mushroom Networks & Sustainable Mycelium Objects
May 13, 6:30-8:30pm
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 will present a hands-on component in which workshop attendees will learn to use mycelium (the branching structures under mushrooms) as a technology to produce sustainable materials. Attendees will get to take home starter kits to make their own fungal notebook cover.