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Fort Collins, CO 80524

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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Eye Center of Northern Colorado Exhibition Series

Rocky Mountain Biennial
July 31 – September 20, 2020

The popular Rocky Mountain Biennial returns! This juried regional exhibition will feature artists from the Intermountain West Artists (Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, New Mexico, Idaho, Utah, and Arizona). 

Application details to come. 

Juror: Leah Ollman
Leah Ollman has been writing criticism and features about art for the Los Angeles Times since 1987, and has served as Corresponding Editor for Art in America since 1997. She has written essays for books on William Kentridge, Alison Rossiter, Michael Light, Michal Chelbin, John Brill and others, and contributed to numerous exhibition catalogues. Her articles and reviews have also appeared in such publications as Sculpture, Paris Review Daily, Photograph, Art in Print, History of Photography, ARTnews, Art on Paper and American Craft. She earned her M.A. in Art History from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, and graduated from Scripps College with a joint degree in Art History and Philosophy. She is currently at work on a book exploring the intersection of poetry and photography.

 

Otter Products at 20
October 2- 25, 2020

This exhibition will look at 20 years of innovation at this Fort Collins-based worldwide company. Founded in 1998, Otter Products has grown to become a global innovator of premium protective products for smartphones and tablets. Their focus is on breaking ground and leading the way to help people do more and go more places with technology in hand. The innovative spirit of founder and chairman Curt Richardson is evident in the variety of products produced. 

Baller Art Collection
Picasso as Printmaker
November 6 – January 3, 2021

This exhibition will look at the creative genius of Picasso through his focus on printmaking. Artwork featured will be drawn from the collection of Dr. Robert Baller.