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2014

PLAY: Sean O'Meallie & Jason Chase

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Oct 24 - Dec 19,  2014
Artists Sean O'Meallie and Jason Chase will entice you to play in our campus gallery space this Fall, 2014

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

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Oct 3 - Nov 15,  2014

Expect great things from Marina Eckler and Donald Fodness, two emerging contemporary artists from Colorado's Front Range creating site-specific installation for this exhibit.

We Are You Project International

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The We Are You Project is a comprehensive coast-to-coast exhibition featuring 30 artists addressing current Latino socio-cultural, political, and economic conditions in the U.S. through art.

36 Views of Pikes Peak

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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.

BRILLIANT 2014

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An Art Party Celebrating the Brilliance of Creativity - Downtown in 2014!

Senior Art Majors Exhibit

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'Eleven Women and a Man' is the title of the 2014 Senior Visual Art Majors exhibit, presenting the work of twelve dynamic UCCS undergraduate student artists.

DESTINY MANIFEST

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Two artists 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.

PROTEST!

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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.

Cuba & Other Considerations: The Art of Carlos Manuel Cárdenes and Esteban Blanco

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Cuban-born artists Carlos Manuel Cárdenes and Esteban Blanco are Miami and Colorado-based expatriates whose works in photography, bronze and mixed-media sculpture mine the depths of their diasporic experience.

Wendy Mike: Embody

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As part of GOCA's AWOL - Art Without Limits - artist Wendy Mike's ethereal sculptural figures are suspended from the rafters of the Plaza of the Rockies atrium.

 
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