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A BODY IN FUKUSHIMA PREVIEW
A BODY IN FUKUSHIMA Opening Events
GREAT EXPECTATIONS Exhibit
WE ARE YOU Exhibit
WE ARE YOU Project: Class Visit
WE ARE YOU Project: Symposium + Opening Events
WE ARE YOU Project: Student Preview
What If! Festival
BRILLIANT is an annual creative extravaganza that raises critical financial support needed to realize future gallery programs, exhibits, and innovative collaborations. This year it happened downtown.
UCCS Student Art Flash Mob
Creek Clean-Up Project
YOGA @ GOCA
Aaron Graves: Art in Storefronts
Aaron Graves has created a series of site-specific installations, changing monthly through December, 2014, in a vacant storefront in downtown Colorado Springs. Organized by the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR)
Gods & Monsters Exhibit
Free First Fridays Concerts
GOCA and COPPeR co-host a series of free concerts in conjunction with First Friday openings in the summer featuring a variety of local and regional talent.
Cuba & Other Considerations
36 Views of Pikes Peak Opening
A multi-site collaboration between KRCC's 'The Big Something', the Pikes Peak Library District, Colorado College and the Pioneers Museum, this exhibit riffs off of Hokusai's "36 Views of Mt. Fuji" and invites artists to create new works in response.
DESTINY MANIFEST Opening
Isabelle Hayeur and Holly Parker Dearborn use by-products of our industrial world - polluted waterways and used motor oil - to poetically explore our current and future environmental crises with photography, mixed-media and video installation.
In conjunction with state-wide programming related to the 100th Anniversary of the Ludlow rebellion and massacre, GOCA has invited six artists whose work deals with protest in many forms.