2019 – 2020 FAC MUSEUM Exhibition Schedule (subject to change)

As you prepare your courses for the 2019-2020 academic year, we hope you will consider these upcoming exhibitions (below) as opportunities for  interdisciplinary engagement. For more details, please contact Julianne Gavino jgavino@coloradocollege.edu

Due to the nature of our work, exhibitions may be cancelled or delayed and opening and closing dates are subject to change.

CHRISTINE HOWARD SANDOVAL   (A, B, 1, 2)

This exhibition addresses the complex relationship between Hispanic and Native agrarian histories with current riparian rights and land uses. Keywords: water rights, land use, policy, place, identity, New Mexico, Southwest, colonization 

W.O.W   (A, B, 1)

An exhibition of award winning submissions to the international World of Wearable Art competition.  Keywords: materials, costume, fashion, globalization, innovation, futurism

UTOPIA  (1, 2, 3)

An exhibition of diorama sculpture that contemplates scale and environment, creating a conceptual neighborhood and inviting viewers to participate. Keywords: conceptual art, community, collaboration

MELANIE YAZZIE: SHE WALKS FORWARD THROUGH IT (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

Recent works addressing decolonial strategies in contemporary Native art. Keywords: Diné worldview, feminism, indigenous, printmaking, sovereignty

DETOUR (2, 3, 4)

An interactive audiovisual installation by Denver-based artist Thomas “Detour” Evans. Keywords: urban culture, pop culture, identity, modes of communication, interactive, audiovisual

BROADMOOR ART ACADEMY (3, 4)

A series of exhibitions will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Broadmoor Art Academy. Keywords: Colorado Springs history, 19th century, colonial gaze

CHICANO ARTISTS’ REFLECTIONS ON BELONGING TO PLACE                      (4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

This exhibition expands on themes from the print portfolio Reflexiones del Corazon, created in 1992 to present artistic expression of Hispanic culture in New Mexico. Keywords: Chicana/o, community, identity, place, poetry, printmaking

CREATIVITY IN SOUTHWEST CERAMICS (5, 6, 7, 8)

An exhibition of ceramic works from the permanent collection in conversation with contemporary artist Jody Folwell (Santa Clara Pueblo). Keywords: experimental pottery, feminism, indigenous creativity, tradition 

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

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