Art of the Garage Tour 2019 Saturday, October 12, 2019 Your all-access pass behind the doors of Fort Collins’ most creative spaces.
Fine art. Music. Invention. Architecture. Often the most inspiring, innovative work is done in garages. And some of the finest visual, musical and automotive treasures live in our own backyard — in garages throughout Fort Collins. Join the Museum of Art | Fort Collins for a one-of-a-kind, one-day peek into some of the most creative spaces in town. Classic cars. Luxury cars. Art. Rock and roll. Organization. Restoration. And relaxation.
The After Party | Old Town
What better way to wrap up a day of touring than by kicking back, relaxing, and enjoy fine food and drink with your fellow garage-lovers. Join us at the home of Jeff Lebesch & Zia Zybko for an after-party extravaganza. Take a stroll around their grounds, meet their goats, take in Zia’s gorgeous landscape design and Jeff’s classic car collection of vintage Porsches. Tickets are limited, get yours today!
An Exclusive Evening with the Filmmakers of WATERING THE WEST Shari Due & Mona Maser
Wednesday, September 25
6:00pm at MOA
FREE for current MOA Members
Regular Admission Pricing for non-members
Join us for an exclusive evening of film and live music with local filmmakers Shari Due and Mona Maser as they preview sections of Watering the West, a film about climate change and its effect on western water supplies.
Watering the West: A Water Western STARRING the Cache la Poudre River enlightens audiences about water issues in the American West: past, present, and future, including where the water comes from, where it goes and how it gets there, the unique nature of western water law and its origins, and how growing populations and a changing climate will impact a diverse group of water users that rely on the rivers that deliver the mountain snow melt that makes the American West habitable. Watering the West educates, entertains and presents a case for cooperation around one of the most pressing and divisive issues of our time. https://wateringthewest.com/
SOLD OUT ~ check back soon for upcoming Fall art classes and events!
Create a tree sculpture using wire and rocks. Participants will create their own sculptural trees with a variety of shapes and sizes. These sculptures can then be used to decorate your patio, garden or even your windowsill.
1:00 – 3:00 PM, Sunday, September 22
Ages 15 and up
$15 member $20 Non-member
Don’t miss this special house concert featuring Musician Franklin Taggart, the soaring acoustic music of nature by Henry John Deutschendorf Jr. (better known as John Denver), a dialogue with artists of the current “Our Planet” exhibition AND a John Denver sing-a-long.
Tickets: Museum members $20 / NonMember $25
Non-Refundable, includes 2 beverage tickets.
Preregistration required, online only; tickets will not be sold at the door.