Living in Nature City
May 10 – June 9, Canyon Gallery
WORKac, the architects for the north Boulder branch library, will unveil their design for the new building in an exhibition that will also feature a number of their projects around the world over the past fifteen years.
Outbreak by Nicole Banowetz
April 5 – June 12, Conoid, Main Library
The forms in Outbreak are based on microscopic bacteria and viruses. These forms are beautiful, complex, playful and menacing as they replicate and fly around the conoid, seemingly trying to escape into the world. The work makes us question our complex relationships to the microscopic world. This exhibition is being presented in conjunction with CU’s Conference on World Affairs, which runs from April 9-13 with several sessions taking place at the library.
A Slow Flash of Light
April 6 – May 27, Arapahoe Ramp
Jack Collom (1931-2017) began teaching in poets-in-the-schools programs in the mid-1970s nationwide (and abroad), a practice he continued for the rest of his life. He taught thousands of school children of all grades in Boulder County and wrote the book Moving Windows about teaching poetry to children. This exhibition is a tribute to his work, in conjunction with the BVSD showcase in the Canyon Gallery.
June 14 – August 4, Canyon Gallery
This exhibition is a celebration of the successes of the past and vision for the future for this creative community. It will showcase guild members current work in clay. Guild members will show their finest ceramic pieces, functional and sculptural. A key element of the success of the guild is education. Ephemera, photos and written history will highlight the legacy of the Boulder Potters’ Guild workshops and classes.
The Boulder Potters’ guild will offer sales, classes, events and exhibits throughout 2019 as part of this celebration.
Opening reception: Friday, June 14, 6–8 p.m.