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201 S. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524

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201 S. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524

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House Concert with Liz Barnez

House Concert with Liz Barnez

Thursday, July 11, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
House concert at the Museum of Art | Fort Collins with Liz Barnez
$25 for non-members, $20 for members
Preregister only, tickets will not be sold at the door.

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6/2 Tree Sculpture Class

6/2 Tree Sculpture Class

Wire and Stone Sculpture

Instructor: Elizabeth Morisette

Create a tree sculpture using wire and rocks. Reflecting on the organic work of Gallery Artist Erika Osborne, 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 June 2
Ages 15 and up
$15 member $20 Non-member

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5/31 Lecture & Book Signing

Artist Zora Murff
Lecture & Book Signing
Friday, May 31
5:30pm
FREE
In collaboration with the Center for Fine Art Photography, MoA will host a lecture and book signing by noted artist Zora Murff. Zora Murff’s work focuses on how images are used to reinforce social and cultural constructs including race and criminality.
Murff currently serves as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography at the University of Arkansas.
House Concert – Lois and the Lantern

House Concert – Lois and the Lantern

Lois and the Lantern
6:30 to 8:30 PM
Tickets are $20.00 and $15.00 for members. Tickets will not be sold at the door, please register by Thursday, April 11.

 

On a dusty dead-end road just outside of city limits, a group of women met monthly to escape the world and to play music. From one of those laughter-and-whiskey-filled jams, both the legend of Lois and the Lantern and the band were born. Originally the brain-child of members Mary Merritt and Theresa Brodzinski, Lois became a reality when Saja Butler and Tara Sparks joined the band in 2014.  Comprised of four very different personalities, the result is a genre-bending fusion of styles and influences that is anything but your typical string band. A dynamic combination of punk-laced mandolin, sexed-up banjo, driving folk-grass guitar, and funky bass uke, topped off with layers of sublime vocal harmonies, woven thoughout captivating, story-driven lyrics, Lois and the Lantern is an experience for your ears.

 

3/16 Walk in Beauty: Intricate Form – Writing Party

She Walks in Beauty: Intricate Form
A Writing Party with Kathleen Willard

Saturday, March 16, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
$15 members, $20 non-members

Melanie Yazzie, Navajo sculptor, painter and printmaker, uses playful imagery in her series of prints to tell her life story. The balls of yarn from the wool her mother spun to make traditional Navajo rugs, a dog mask from Halloween, tools, toast, and other imagery from her life dances through her series of prints narrating the wonderment and happiness of life. Sydney Pursel uses costume, dance and video to narrate her identity-based narrative. How does she reconcile her bi-racial heritage- Native, Celtic and Irish-American? What advice will you receive from her Medicine Man Infinite Wisdom Machine? Put a quarter in the machine and find out. Brenda Mallory uses recycled materials to stitch together and celebrate her Native heritage by using disparate materials to destabilize the viewer. Think about your wonderment, your heritage, your costume, your dance, your destabilization and come ready to write.

Register Here! Before 3/14/19

3/14/19 Lunch-n-Lecture

Featuring Dr. Doreen Martinez, Assistant Professor of Indigenous Studies, CSU, Department of Ethnic Studies and Women’s Studies & Gender Research

“Seeing Art through Indigenous Spaces”

Indigenous ways of seeing, listening, and living in the world are often represented in nuance, discreet, and coded forms as well as poignant, bold and striking messaging. Art is a space of Indigenous ways of being that this talk will share.

Dr. Doreen E. Martinez is of Mescalero, Apache and Pennsylvania Dutch lineage. She is a transnational Indigenous epistemologist with a Sociology PhD. Her scholarly expertise is in Indigenous knowledge systems, research methodologies, visual culture, and, sociopolitical land and environment issues. Her projects address and include mis/understandings of identity, collective philosophies, contemporary and historical belief practices, and nation-state influences.

Lunch is served at Jay’s Bistro, 135 W Oak St.

Coiled Basketry Workshop

Coiled Basketry Workshop

Learn how to make a coiled basket with fiber artist, Elizabeth Morisette. She will teach you how to create a basket using the ancient technique of coiling. Using a variety of papers, participants will experiment with texture and color to form a unique paper vessel.
All materials are provided.
Sunday, March 10, 2:00 to 4:00 PM.
Ages Teen to Adult
Preregistration is required.
$25 per class ($20 for members)

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3/8 House Concert

3/8 House Concert

House Concert with Cary Morin

Full Throttle Native Americana Fingerstyle Blues, Acoustic Music, Blues, Folk, Americana
Described as “one of the best acoustic pickers on the scene today,” Cary Morin brings together the great musical traditions of America and beyond like no other. With deft fingerstyle guitar and vocals that alternately convey melodic elation and gritty world-weariness, Morin crafts an inimitable style often characterized as acoustic Native Americana with qualities of blues, bluegrass, jazz, jam, reggae, and dance. – From Cary Morin on Facebook
Sponsored by Dan Ostergren, Au.D.
Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of Northern Colorado
There will be no sales at the door, so register today!!

 

Ekphrastic Poetry Workshop with Jodie Hollander

Ekphrastic Poetry Workshop with Jodie Hollander

Experience art at a new level and use it to inspire your writing. Internationally known poet, Jodie Hollander, teaches this workshop, in which participants respond poetically to exhibitions at the museum. Students will study examples of celebrated poems that respond to or were inspired by art. Then students will be led through a variety of writing activities inspired by the art, ultimately leading to a draft of an original poem. Students will discuss poetic techniques such as the use of vivid imagery, the importance of sonics, how to shape a poetic line as well as techniques for drafting and revision. No experience necessary.

Ages: Adult
Minimum to run the class: 10, Register by Tuesday, February 19
Price: Non member price $25.00; Member price $20.00

Register Here by 2/21/19