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Current Exhibits

Ikebana Exhibition Geisha and FlowersIkebana Showcase: Life in Edo Japan – Flowers and Scroll Paintings from the 18th Century

October 20 – 21, 2018
The Ikenobo Ikebana Society of America presents their annual exhibition of ikebana flower arrangements. An introductory class in Ikebana will be offered on October 20 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. in Canyon Meeting Room: registration is required – course is full. A public arrangement demonstration will also be held on October 21 in Canyon Theater from 1:00-2:30 p.m.

Indigenize your eyes exhibit Photo by Eugene Standing Bear KozmaIndigenize Your Eyes

October 1 – 31
Arapahoe Ramp, Main
This photography exhibition showcases the creative work of Boulder’s local American Indian youth, providing a platform for our indigenous community to share their stories and perspectives, and create awareness within Boulder about the history and identity of our indigenous populations.

Past Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

Yarn-fiti: A Community Takeover

October 31 –  November 21
Yarn enthusiasts of all types take over the Canyon Gallery with an immersive installation of yarn projects. This exhibition is comprised of community submissions, which have been collected throughout the year. Visitors will have the opportunity to add their own work throughout the exhibit. Be part of this community happening by submitting your own knit/crochet/yarn creation. Monthly yarn-fiti workshops will take place through October to generate materials for this show!

Art of Data

December 7 – February 3, 2019
The City of Boulder has a renewed focus on innovation that is being driven by a citywide effort to enhance data-driven decision-making and innovation. This show will celebrate art created by the community, inspired by the City of Boulder’s Open Data Catalog and other public City data.