Museum Info
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

Museum & Store Hours

Tuesday – Sunday 11am-5pm

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  • $2 – adults
  • $2 – seniors
  • $2 – students
  • & educators

Always free for all on Saturdays & Wednesdays during the Farmers Market!

Teen Programs

BMoCA’s Studio Project

Have a teen interested in art and social justice, who enjoys hanging out with their peers? Encourage them to apply to our spring semester of the Studio Project Teen Program! Open to 9th-12th graders throughout Boulder County.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA) in collaboration with Firehouse Art Center (FAC) is currently accepting applications for The 2023-24 Studio Project Teen Program! The free program is open to all 9th – 12th graders in Boulder and surrounding counties.

-Explore various art making styles & mediums;
-Select guest artists to serve as artist mentors;
-Discuss social justice issues & create opportunities to impact their communities; and
-Share their artwork & ideas with others through art shows or gatherings.

The 2023-24 Studio Project teen program will run both Fall and Spring semesters. You may apply for one semester or both on this application.

-Weekly meetings will be held from 5:30-7pm on Wednesdays, starting Sept 13 for the Fall semester & January 31 for the Spring Semester

-Meetings will be held in person at BMoCA, or at FAC; Virtual meetings may be held as needed (i.e. during inclement weather, etc).

-Complete schedule will be provided prior to start of semester

Fall Program interviews scheduled by Zoom for Sept 5-12.
Spring Program interviews scheduled by Zoom for the week of Jan 8.

Apply Here.

Fall Application Deadline: Fri, Sept 11 @ 5 pm
Spring Application Deadline: Sun, Jan 7 @ 5 pm.

Any questions, contact

Identity, Power, and Collage Multi-day classes for Middle Schoolers

New this fall BMoCA is offering a multi-day collage class for middle school teens. Designed for students who want to learn how to create, this course will help young artists to understand who they are as individuals, identifying who they are and how that can be used as a source of power. The class will use collage as a tool to express a sense of identity and take ownership of one’s voice and source of self expression. With instructor Devin Urioste.

More info .