Exhibits

Current Exhibits

Mestizaje, Hybridity by Tony Ortega

July 9 – August 24
Canyon Gallery
Opening event for both exhibitions: Sunday, July 17, 2 – 4 p.m.
Exploring cultural hybridity, artist Tony Ortega, “Creates art to explore the blurring of boundaries between people, both cultural and geographic.” – Tony Ortega
Part of One Action 2016: Arts + Immigration Project.

Super Hombre by Tony Ortega.

Super Hombre by Tony Ortega.

Resilience: Immigration, Environment, Energy, and Empowerment

July 9 – August 24
Outside Canyon Theater
Opening event for both exhibitions: Sunday, July 17, 2 – 4 p.m.
Part of One Action 2016: Arts + Immigration Project.
The Resilience Project (TRP) presents photographs by Boulder County youth inspired by resilience themes of immigration, energy, environment, and youth empowerment. Participating schools are Arapahoe Ridge, Boulder, Centaurus, Fairview, and Monarch high schools and after school programs: ECO-Exploring Culture & Opportunities, GENESISTER, and Lafayette Peer Empowerment Project. Organized by EcoArts Connections.

Upcoming Exhibits

Open Studios

September 8- October 10, Canyon Gallery
A sampling of the over 100 Boulder artists taking part in this year’s Open Studios tour.

HOVAB Book Arts @ Boulder Public Library

September 19-December 29, throughout the Main Library
Celebration! A History of the Visual Arts in Boulder (HOVAB) is honoring some of the city’s artists who, across generations, have been innovators in the many facets of “book arts,” from artist’s books to comic books, from children’s book illustrators to small presses.

HOVAB @ Canyon Gallery: A Lasting Legacy

October 16-December 15, Canyon Gallery
Celebration! A History of the Visual Arts in Boulder (HOVAB), curated by the late Karen Ripley Dugan, is one of 18 exhibitions city-wide (and in Longmont) that embrace the city’s rich and vibrant visual arts scene from the late 19th century to the present, in order to create a living archive and lasting legacy for future generations to come.