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Preview: systematizing:  part 1systematizing: part 1
GOCA 1420
Nov 4 - Dec 152010

systematizing explores various forms of systems, including social systems (particularly as they relate to technology and social media), systems and patterns in nature, and systems organically and methodically constructed in specific spaces.

Preview: systematizing:  part 2systematizing: part 2
GOCA 121
Nov 5 - Dec 162010

There are systems all around us. From bureaucracies to weather patterns and routines to computer programming, systems are not only a part of our world, but they help define our place in it.

Preview: WILLIAM WYLIE: American PlacesWILLIAM WYLIE: American Places
GOCA 121
Aug 6 - Oct 202010

In the exhibition American Places William Wylie focuses on the concept of place.

Preview: HYPOTHESISHYPOTHESIS
GOCA 1420
Aug 19 - Oct 212010

Hypothesis: Process in Science and Art is a multi-disciplinary exhibit and an experiment highlighting the connections between the scientific and artistic processes.

Preview: 4X44X4
GOCA 121
May 7 - Jun 252010

4x4 developed out of a series of conversations between four local contemporary art curators.

Preview: POINT APOINT A
Point A
Feb 5 - Apr 232010

This exhibition is the starting point for an ongoing discussion on contemporary art and culture, facilitated by UCCS. We don’t presume to know where these conversations will take us, we simply offer a place to start.

Preview: ROTOZAZAROTOZAZA
AWOL (various locations)
Feb 5 - Mar 52010

This is the world premier of the complete Autoteatro Series by Rotozaza, a UK-based performance group. Three works make up the series: ETIQUETTE, GURUGURU and WONDERMART.

Preview: MOAN: pleasure and painMOAN: pleasure and pain
GOCA 1420
Mar 4 - Apr 22010

Taking inspiration from a sound that straddles pleasure and pain, Moan features art work in a variety of media by UCCS Visual Art faculty and students as a part of the City Dionysia Festival.

Preview: Free CandyFree Candy
GOCA 1420
Apr 23 - May 212010

FREE CANDY! is the annual Visual and Performing Arts exhibition highlighting work from 2010 graduating seniors.