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Fort Collins, CO 80524

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Fort Collins, CO 80524
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August First Friday Art Walk

August First Friday Art Walk

Join us on Friday, August 6 from 5-9pm for FREE admission to our Art of the Aloha exhibition in our main gallery and Paper Boats in our Lynnette Jung-Springberg Gallery.

This link take you to information and a map of other venues participating in the Art Walk.

Map of Venues

Open Admission Day – June 18th

Join us for an Open Admission Day to the Eye Center of Northern Colorado Masks Exhibition & Fundraiser sponsored by our friends at WaterPik
COVID Guidelines:
– Masks are required for all participants
– No timed reservations
– Maximum 50 participants in the museum at one time
Virtual Masks Game Night

Virtual Masks Game Night

Virtual Masks Game Night
Wednesday, June 16
6:30-8:00pm
FREE!!
Join us for a virtual Masks Game Night.
You can play two ways:
1. Buy your laminated card(s) for $5 each in our gift shop and play with us online.
2. Email [email protected] for a FREE pdf game card and play with us online.
Zoom link for the VIRTUAL ONLY Game Night: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86140866643?pwd=a1pWb3RIaWtSdEI1S090Vk5sL2pmZz09

Open Admission Day – June 12th

Join us for an Open Admission Day to the Eye Center of Northern Colorado Masks Exhibition & Fundraiser sponsored by our friends at the Youth Clinic
COVID Guidelines:
– Masks are required for all participants
– No timed reservations
– Maximum 50 participants in the museum at one time
Masks House Concert with John Magnie of the Subdudes

Masks House Concert with John Magnie of the Subdudes

Masks House Concert Featuring John Magnie of the Subdudes
Wednesday, June 9
6:30-8:30pm
$30 MoA Members
$40 Non-Members
Admission includes 2 free drinks.
Denver native, John Magnie has become a Fort Collins treasure.

After a stint in New Orleans where he met and came together with his most well-known band, The Subdudes, Magnie brought the rest of the band west and settled in Fort Collins during the years when housing was affordable and airport traffic was lighter. His soulful baritone voice is a familiar part of several of our most beloved music groups including Three Twins, Young Ancients, The Magnie Family Band, and most recently, The Del Shamen with his Subdudes bandmate Steve Amedee, Firefall’s Jock Bartley, Nick Forster from eTown and Hot Rize, and Eric Thorin, an in-demand local bass phenom. 

Magnie’s songs are known for their uplifting lyrics, catchy hooks, and incessant grooves. He moves from funk to blues to ballads to R & B with a facility nurtured by influences from Professor Longhair to Doctor John to Jackie Wilson. His audiences are brought together with a compelling urge to clap, stomp and sing along for an evening of music that will not be forgotten.
The evening will also include interviews with a handful of Masks artists.
Sponsored by Bohemian Foundation

Open Admission Day – June 5th

Join us for an Open Admission Day to the Eye Center of Northern Colorado Masks Exhibition & Fundraiser sponsored by our friends at the Eye Center of Northern Colorado
COVID Guidelines:
– Masks are required for all participants
– No timed reservations
– Maximum 50 participants in the museum at one time
Masks Virtual Trivia Night

Masks Virtual Trivia Night

Masks Virtual Trivia Night
Wednesday, June 2
6:30-8:00pm
FREE
Join us for a fun filled evening of Masks related trivia that ranges through art history, MoA Masks, pop culture masks and music.
Form a team or bring your friends for a night of all things Masks trivia.
Register through the button below. All registrants will get a Zoom link the day before the event.

Open Admission Day – May 29th

Join us for an Open Admission Day to the Eye Center of Northern Colorado Masks Exhibition & Fundraiser sponsored by Blue Federal Credit Union “We discover pathways to realize your possibilities”
COVID Guidelines:
– Masks are required for all participants
– No timed reservations
– Maximum 50 participants in the museum at one time
Haley Hasler Charcoal Drawing Portrait Master Class

Haley Hasler Charcoal Drawing Portrait Master Class

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join figure artist Haley Hasler for a charcoal drawing portrait workshop with a live model. All levels welcome. Through guided instruction, participants of all levels and ability will create a naturalistic charcoal portrait drawing of a live model.

Location: Museum of Art Fort Collins, 201 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80425
(970) 482-2787

Date: Wednesday, March 24

Time: 6:00-9:00pm

3 hour guided master class

All levels

Supplies Included: drawing board, 18 x 24 drawing/charcoal paper (2 pcs), vine charcoal, gum eraser

MoA Member price: $60

Non-member Price: $85 

Register Here

NOTE: Registration will close on Tuesday, March 23 at 9:00pm. Please call 970-482-2787 after this deadline if you are inquiring about tickets. 

House Concert with Hanna Doreen Brown

House Concert with Hanna Doreen Brown

Join us on December 22 at 6:00pm on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MoAFortCollins) as we premiere our last house concert of 2020 with musician Hanna Doreen Brown and a conversation with collector Wayne F.J. Yakes and Franklin Taggart.

Hanna Doreen Brown is an integrative artist from Rochester, NY who brings innovation to the music she writes and to the spaces in which she performs. Drawing from a deep love for music history, Hanna writes music that reflects her roots in classic country and folk music, but that reaches toward more modern and indie influences as well. Her love for music of the past and present can also be seen in her daily work. Hanna performs covers and originals in Northern Colorado senior care facilities and has built her nonprofit program, Sound Affects, around this work. At night, on the weekends, and on tour, Hanna performs the same music for public audiences, constantly trying to draw connections between traditional and modern music. Hanna hopes that as she continues to write songs, she’ll capture the stories of the wise, learn a little about a lot, and break down some stereotypes in the process.