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2015

Senga Nengudi - Improvisational Gestures: A Survey of Sculptures and Performances

GOCA 1420

Senga Nengudi is an internationally-celebrated artist and long-time UCCS Visual Art faculty member. In marking UCCS' 50th Anniversary, GOCA hosts an exhibition of her sculptures and performance survey curated by Elissa Auther (Museum of Art and Design - NYC) and Nora Burnett Abrams (MCA - Denver).

BEYOND the BEYOND

GOCA 121

BEYOND the BEYOND features five artists and artist collectives - Katie Caron, Carla Gannis, Evan Mann, Barry Whittaker and SaBa (Sam Sheffield and Barry Whittaker) - melding new media with physical realms through video, sculpture, performance, and immersive participatory installation. Boundaries shimmer porously between the digital and material, waking life and dream, rendered and sculpted, and beyond.  

Jane Lackey : Points of Contact

GOCA 121

Jane Lackey is a Santa Fe-based artist who works conceptually with drawings, sculpture and installation. In residence at the downtown gallery for eight days, Lackey is creating a site-specific and participatory installation with the assistance of UCCS students.  www.janelackey.com

BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS 2015

GOCA 121

BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS surveys emerging artists working along the Colorado Front Range corridor. This group exhibition will feature new works in a wide variety of media, including performance, ceramics, photography, installation, painting and new media. 

SENIOR SHOW 2015

GOCA 1420

Annual exhibit of graduating senior visual art emphasis VAPA majors - orchestrated, curated, designed and installed entirely by the student artists. 

TILT Export: Aftermath

GOCA 121

Grant Hottle & Paula Rebsom
March 6 - May 16, 2015
Curated by TILT Export: painter Grant Hottle and sculptor Paula Rebsom are collaborators with a shared interest in shifting planes and perspectives, stage sets, imagined realities, and broken landscapes.

A BODY IN FUKUSHIMA

GOCA 121

Eiko Otake & William Johnston
December 5, 2014 - February 14, 2015
A Body in Fukushima recounts a visit made by renowned dancer and artist Eiko Otake and photographer William Johnston to the irradiated communities that were evacuated in March 2011 after the reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi plants in Japan suffered massive damage in the wake of an earthquake and tsunami.

 
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