Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art’s education programs include seven different programs that serve over 8,000 people annually. Taught at the museum, and in schools and libraries across the Denver-metro area, these free programs work to expand access to all the benefits and joys of learning through artistic expression.
As BMoCA looks to the future and builds upon efforts started in 2019, it strives to increase the positive impact of art on the community, ambitiously working toward the goal to double the number of people reached with its arts education programs to 15,000 people. The focus of these efforts will be on delivering arts education to K-12 youth in schools, particularly those schools designated as Title 1 which serve a high percentage of children from low-income families.
To support these efforts, BMoCA presents the second year of Afield. Proceeds from this farm-to-table dinner will expand BMoCA’s outreach education programs. A local chef of Nonna Eats, in partnership with Ollin Farms and local artist Rolf Dahl, will create a night of food, art, and senses.
Spend a summer evening with BMoCA, and join us for this fabulous event!