Curtis Center for the Arts
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Monday - Friday 8:30-4:30
Saturdays 10:00- 4:00
Art Exhibits, Lectures & Special Events
When: January 11- February 22
Reception: Saturday, January 11, 6-8pm
"The mountains are calling and I must go" is a common battle cry in Colorado. The mountains inspire us all to explore the beauty of our state. The Curtis Center for the Arts is proud to present MTNS, a look at how the mountains inspire twelve Colorado based artists. Artists include: Leslie Jorgensen, Beau Carey, George Kozmon, Elaine Coombs, Pat Finley, Eden Kiel, Angela Faris Belt, Jeff Aeling, Fawn Atencio, Chuck Parson, David Shingler and Ulrich Gleiter.
Special thanks to the following galleries; Walker Fine Art, Visions West Contemporary, William Havu Gallery, Mai Wyn Fine Art, Abend Gallery, Gallery 1261 and Michael Warren Contemporary
Youth Art Month
When: February 29- March 28
Receptions: Wednesday, March 4 (Cherry Creek Schools) and Wednesday, March 11(Littleton Schools) 5-7pm
Month of Print- Bathed in the Imaginary Future, Omnipotent
When: April 4- April 25
Receptions: Saturday, April 4, 6-8pm
This exhibit is part of "Month of Print" a celebration of the art of printmaking, education and to promote awareness of the medium in the Denver metropolitan area. This exhibit will feature two artists, Kim Morski (Denver) and Tate Foley (St. Louis). This exhibt will also feature an installation from students at Aspen Academy and resident artist Jennifer Ghormley.
Brushstrokes: Chroma & Camaraderie
When: May 9- July 3
Receptions: Saturday, May 9, 6-8pm
Brushstrokes Studio-Gallery painters are reuniting for their first show in several years, exploring their collective passion for the language of color in abstract, representational and mixed media works. The nationally-noted group includes Kelly Berger, John K. Harrell, Kit Hevron Mahoney, and Anita Mosher Solich.
Scientific & Cultural Facilities District
Through the Arapahoe County Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, the Curtis Arts and Humanities Center is enriched by grants that enable the center to create new programs or enhance existing programs.