This is the 16th year of the Masks Exhibition and Benefit. The annual exhibition is a crowd favorite that over the years has raised more than $1.6 million dollars to support the museum’s mission. During that time, Masks artists, most of whom live in Northern Colorado, have designed and donated over 2,750 masks. Each year has been an exciting journey as the unadorned ceramic forms leave the museum and return as an amazing collection of unique masks.
Since 2003, Masks has attracted both professional artists, whose creativity is their economic mainstay, and recreational artists, who respond to their need to express their creativeness in ingenious styles.
The annual Masks exhibition and auction ended on June 28. We have a smaller auction until July 5 at a buy it now price of $25 for a handful of select Masks. Register below to bid on these Masks.Register Here
Pick up of Masks will be at the museum from July 8-12 during museum hours.
Thank you to Roland Kuehn of RE/MAX Advanced, Inc and Kimball Nelson Photography for the virtual tour.
Masks In the News
- Coloradoan article, May 11, 2020 Fort Collins Masks Exhibit to go on using virtual technology used in real estate
- Loveland Reporter-Herald article, May 7, 2020, Museum of Art Fort Collins takes its 16th Masks Exhibition & Benefit Online
Here is a small photo journey on how the Masks are made every year.
Contact Us About Masks
Have a question about Masks, a Mask sponsorship, or how to become a mask artist? Contact us:
201 South College Ave Ste 101
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Email: [email protected]