Community Curated Art & Conversation

April 4 – 28: HOPE

From our April Partners, Crossroads Safehouse:

“In our reflection on the services we provide for survivors, the one word we continue to lean on is hope. Hope is that aspiration that we all hold during difficult times that things will get better. It allows us to face and overcome our challenges. Survivors show incredible courage in the face of adversity, and our dedicated staff and volunteers work tirelessly to ensure that above all else they feel hopeful.”


Call for Submissions: March 1 – 25

Deadline: March 25

Notification of Acceptance: March 26

Opening: April 4

Community Conversation: April 18, 6-8pm

Submission Requirements

Media: Anything! This does not have to be traditional “art” but can be any item or photograph of something that represents the theme to you.

Size: No larger than 18″ x 18″

*NOTE: This is NOT a juried show! Pieces will be accepted on an availability basis as long as it is deemed appropriate. This community exhibition will be on display in the MoA for All Art Engagement center, which is the central hub for Museum activities where people of all ages will be passing through.

Community Curated Art and Conversation Submission

Community Curated Art and Conversation is an initiative through the Museum of Art Fort Collins and MoA for All aimed at engaging locals, facilitating discussion around art that is inclusive and accessible, and embracing a nonhierarchical format for art involvement. Each month, we partner with a local organization to exhibit art and objects submitted by members of the community that center around alternating themes, helping raise awareness and a deeper understanding of the topic at heart.

Tell us about yourself! (Just a short blurb is fine so we can get to know you.)
Max. file size: 64 MB.