FAC Museum Exhibition Schedule and Mellon Foundation Artists in Residence
Due to the nature of our work, exhibitions are subject to change or cancellation. We will be updating this schedule regularly to keep it as current as possible. Please bookmark this page and stay tuned!
Pertenecer: Chicanx AArtists on Belonging (4, 5, 6, 7, 8) This exhibition expands on themes from the print portfolio Reflexiones del Corazon, created in 1992 to present personal perspectives on the essence of place. Keywords: Chicana/o, community, identity, place, poetry, printmaking
Rebecca Belmore: Facing the Monumental (6, 7, 8) Belmore’s artwork explores her lifelong commitment to the relation of beauty and politics in art. Keywords: water and land rights, cultural freedom, homelessness, violence against Indigenous people, performance art.
Notes from the Musick Collection (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) (printmaking, lithography, ephemera, Broadmoor Art Academy, imagination)
Art of the Southwest: 1840s to the Present: Ongoing (SOUTHWEST HISTORY; ARTISTIC INNOVATION; IDENTITY; CATHOLICISM; SPANISH COLONIALISM; AMERICAN IMPERIALISM; TRADE; POTTERY; TEXTILES)
O Beautiful: Shifting Landscapes of the Pikes Peak Region: Ongoing (EXPANSIONISM; COLONIZATION; DEVELOPMENT; COLORADO HISTORY; PROPAGANDA; CULTURAL CHANGE; PAINTING; LITHOGRAPHY)
NANCY LOVENDAHL (7, 8) Nancy Lovendahl’s artwork investigates the landscape and the human place in and influence on it. Keywords: sense of place, landscape, human-environment relationships, perception, illusion
ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The FAC Museum hosts Artists in Residence. During their residency, they will be available for class visits, workshops, and special projects with students and faculty. For more information, please contact Julianne Gavino, Director of Academic Engagement (jgavino@ColoradoCollege.edu)
Anna Tsouhlarakis (Diné/Creek/Greek) works across various media including sculpture, installation, video and performance art. She describes her work as a continued interest in building conceptual connections between seemingly disparate subjects by combining them to become the tool for deciphering as well as interpreting her own familial narratives. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College in Native American Studies and Studio Art, and her Masters of Fine Arts degree from Yale University. She was an art resident at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the summer of 2002. Her work has been curated into exhibitions both nationally and internationally, including Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now, a traveling exhibition organized by Crystal Bridges Museum. Her residency will take place August 19, 2019 – May 17, 2020.