To spread the power of visual art.
MOA is a nationally recognized leader inspiring others to experience the world differently through arts and culture.
- Art educates.
- Art is for everyone.
- Art inspires.
- Art innovates.
- Art is fun.
MOA is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization funded by member & donor contributions.
Click here for the PDF of our 2016 Annual Report.
Click here for the PDF of our 2015 Annual Report.
Click here for the PDF of our 2014 Annual Report.
Click here for the pdf of our 2013 Annual Report.
Click here for the pdf of our 2012 Annual Report.
The Museum of Art | Fort Collins was originally incorporated in 1983 as Horizons Gallery of Contemporary Art. In 1983 it was renamed Powerplant Visual Arts Center and housed in Fort Collins former Powerplant. The center bought and moved to the old Post Office building in Old Town Fort Collins in December 1990 as the One West Contemporary Art Center. It held its first exhibition in the new building in January 1991. The name was once again changed in 2004 to Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, Inc. then finally changing the name and mission to Fort Collins Museum of Art, Inc. in 2010.
The Old Post Office building where the museum is housed in a three-story Second Renaissance Revival structure designed by James Knox Taylor, the Supervising Architect for the U.S. Treasury. Described at the time as the “finest building in the city,” the Post Office building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a designated Fort Collins local landmark.
Board & Staff
Board of Directors
John Dellenbach, Chair
Fran Hardman, Vice Chair
Marilyn Cockburn, Treasurer
Jean Lehmann, Secretary
Board Member Emeritus
Lisa Hatchadoorian, Executive Director
Gloria Boresen, General Manager
Bri Oronoz, Event & Volunteer Coordinator
De Dahlgren, Development Director
Cheryl Rogers, Registrar & Preparator
Erik Cox, Marketing & Design Coordinator
Elizabeth Morisette, Education Coordinator