March 22 through May 8 The Boulder Public Library is proud to present the Boulder Valley School District 2021 Spring Art Shows! Boulder-area 6th through 12th-grade student artwork will be on display at the library on the ramp to the restrooms from March 22 through April 15. Following that display, Kindergarten through 5th-grade will have […]
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Posts Categorized: Exhibit
Current Exhibitions Boulder Valley School District K-8 Art Exhibit March 21 – May 8 The Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) will once again hold its annual K-8 Art Exhibit at the Boulder Public Library. Boulder-area 6th through 12th-grade student artwork will be on display at the library on the ramp to the restrooms from March […]
The vision behind the Art of Data exhibition was to encourage community members to use the City of Boulder’s data in creations of beautiful, tangible, and innovative data-driven art in order to: Increase transparency and accountability in local government Facilitate civic engagement Create an open dialogue about important issues in our community Tell better data […]
Due to the closure of the library during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the planned 2020 exhibitions have been postponed until 2021. As a result, there will not be an open call for new shows for next year. The next open call will take place August 2021. Background The library is a place where people, […]
Recipes for Change Online Over the years, Young Womens’ Voices for Climate Change have accumulated recipes anyone can use to create positive social & environmental change. When they say recipes, they don’t mean recipes in the traditional sense- although some of the recipes do incorporate actual food- many are guidelines which can be applied in […]
On view through end of June Come play Solarophone, an interactive installation that turns the entry of the Main Library into a musical instrument. The installation explores the sound of both the space and the physical structure that makes up the conoid atrium. Solarophone makes sounds by triggering motors attached to the architecture and a collection […]
Exhibit Maurice Sendak: 50 Years; 50 Works; 50 Reasons Saturday, Oct. 31 – Dec. 6, 2015 Main Library, Canyon Gallery Created for the 50th anniversary of Where the Wild Things Are, we invite you to take part in an exhibition of 50 works by the late, great Maurice Sendak. The artwork is presented with heartfelt words […]