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Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art


address  1750 13th St.
 Boulder, CO  80302
neighborhood Downtown
phone (303) 443-2122
hours Tue.-Fri. 10am-6pm; Sat. 10am-3pm
parking Street
disabled Downstairs galleries
general adm $1; free for children under 12
www.bmoca.org/

Upcoming Events

Don Coen: The Migrant Series

Painting
Don Coen paints what he knows. He was raised on a ranch near Lamar, Colorado where he was part of every aspect of ranch life, including appreciating the work of migrant workers in the fields nearby. In addition to major paintings illustrating the ranch life of cows, trucks, and animals, in 1990, Coen started traveling to photograph, and to ultimately paint, the hard-working migrants who picked and sorted the crops that become the produce we eat every day. Coen’s dignified realistic portraits are character studies of people connected directly with the land.
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 • Tue 3/19/19 - Sun 3/24/19 at 11am-5pm 

Karen Kitchel: Grasslands

Painting
Known for her sensitive and meticulously rendered paintings, Karen Kitchel challenges herself to express her concern for the environment by painting grasses in a variety of sizes. Her work in this exhibition ranges from small 12” x 12” paintings to large 62” x 21” paintings. Grass appears to be the subject of Kitchel’s work, but the real focus is concern for the changes taking place in the world around us and our relationship to it.
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 • Tue 3/19/19 - Sun 3/24/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 3/26/19 - Sun 3/31/19 at 11am-5pm 

Don Coen: The Migrant Series

Painting
Don Coen paints what he knows. He was raised on a ranch near Lamar, Colorado where he was part of every aspect of ranch life, including appreciating the work of migrant workers in the fields nearby. In addition to major paintings illustrating the ranch life of cows, trucks, and animals, in 1990, Coen started traveling to photograph, and to ultimately paint, the hard-working migrants who picked and sorted the crops that become the produce we eat every day. Coen’s dignified realistic portraits are character studies of people connected directly with the land.
Ticket Phone: (303) 443-2122
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Information: 303-443-2122
Price: Included in admission
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 • Tue 3/26/19 - Sun 3/31/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 4/2/19 - Sun 4/7/19 at 11am-5pm 

Karen Kitchel: Grasslands

Painting
Known for her sensitive and meticulously rendered paintings, Karen Kitchel challenges herself to express her concern for the environment by painting grasses in a variety of sizes. Her work in this exhibition ranges from small 12” x 12” paintings to large 62” x 21” paintings. Grass appears to be the subject of Kitchel’s work, but the real focus is concern for the changes taking place in the world around us and our relationship to it.
Ticket Phone: (303) 443-2122
Event Info: (303) 443-2122
Information: 303-443-2122
Price: Included in admission
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 • Tue 4/2/19 - Sun 4/7/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 4/9/19 - Sun 4/14/19 at 11am-5pm 

Don Coen: The Migrant Series

Painting
Don Coen paints what he knows. He was raised on a ranch near Lamar, Colorado where he was part of every aspect of ranch life, including appreciating the work of migrant workers in the fields nearby. In addition to major paintings illustrating the ranch life of cows, trucks, and animals, in 1990, Coen started traveling to photograph, and to ultimately paint, the hard-working migrants who picked and sorted the crops that become the produce we eat every day. Coen’s dignified realistic portraits are character studies of people connected directly with the land.
Ticket Phone: (303) 443-2122
Event Info: (303) 443-2122
Information: 303-443-2122
Price: Included in admission
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 • Tue 4/9/19 - Sun 4/14/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 4/16/19 - Sun 4/21/19 at 11am-5pm 

Karen Kitchel: Grasslands

Painting
Known for her sensitive and meticulously rendered paintings, Karen Kitchel challenges herself to express her concern for the environment by painting grasses in a variety of sizes. Her work in this exhibition ranges from small 12” x 12” paintings to large 62” x 21” paintings. Grass appears to be the subject of Kitchel’s work, but the real focus is concern for the changes taking place in the world around us and our relationship to it.
Ticket Phone: (303) 443-2122
Event Info: (303) 443-2122
Information: 303-443-2122
Price: Included in admission
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 • Tue 4/16/19 - Sun 4/21/19 at 11am-5pm 

Don Coen: The Migrant Series

Painting
Don Coen paints what he knows. He was raised on a ranch near Lamar, Colorado where he was part of every aspect of ranch life, including appreciating the work of migrant workers in the fields nearby. In addition to major paintings illustrating the ranch life of cows, trucks, and animals, in 1990, Coen started traveling to photograph, and to ultimately paint, the hard-working migrants who picked and sorted the crops that become the produce we eat every day. Coen’s dignified realistic portraits are character studies of people connected directly with the land.
Ticket Phone: (303) 443-2122
Event Info: (303) 443-2122
Information: 303-443-2122
Price: Included in admission
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 • Tue 4/23/19 - Sun 4/28/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 4/30/19 - Sun 5/5/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 5/7/19 - Sun 5/12/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 5/14/19 - Sun 5/19/19 at 11am-5pm 
 • Tue 5/21/19 - Sun 5/26/19 at 11am-5pm 

Open Wall

Auction, Art Show
Local artists are invited to BMoCA to share their work at Open Wall – a one-night, self-curated exhibition and silent auction that raises funds for BMoCA and your local art community. Mingle with artists and art supporters, bid on a new work of art for your collection, and enjoy music, light hors d’œuvres, and drinks.
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Free
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 • Fri 3/29/19 at 4:30pm-8pm 

The Politics of Immigrant Inclusion

Talks/Lectures, Politics
Dive into the subject matter of Don Coen: The Migrant Series with an interactive conversation led by Dr. Celeste Montoya, Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies and Director of the Miramontes Arts & Sciences Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Dr. Montoya will discuss the impactful and often unseen roles that migrant workers play in day to day life, as well as how immigration policy and discourse have evolved over time and the impact this has had on individuals as well as the country as a whole.
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Price: $12
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 • Wed 4/3/19 at 6pm-7:30pm 

BMoCA + AIA CO North: Conversation with Joshua David

Talks/Lectures
Join BMoCA for an interactive dialogue with Joshua David, co-founder of New York City’s High Line and Friends of the High Line. Consider how architecture and design can enliven communities and create vibrancy in public spaces.
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Free
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 • Wed 4/10/19 at 6:30pm-7:30pm 

Spark! Tours for Individuals With Memory Loss

Art Talk, Tour
SPARK! is a series of programs specifically designed to make BMoCA’s art exhibitions accessible for visitors with memory loss. SPARK! programs create an opportunity for individuals living with early to mid-stage memory loss and their families to enjoy interactive and engaging experiences in a comfortable setting, guided by trained docents and volunteers. BMoCA Spark! events include specialized tours and art-making.
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Schedule
 • Fri 4/12/19 at 10am-12pm