Lafayette’s Collective Launches Diverse Exhibition Curated by Women’s Caucus for Art – Boulder Daily Camera

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Community Arts Collective Center: Launching “Finding Common Ground in an Uncommon World,” curated by the Women’s Caucus for the Arts (Colorado Chapter), this exhibit celebrates its opening with a reception from 6-8 pm on Friday. Featuring works by 44 Colorado artists of all backgrounds, the exhibit represents different perspectives and art, through January 8. There will be a panel discussion from 1-2:30 pm on November 26; 201 N. Public Street, Lafayette;

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15th Street Gallery: Featuring works by Denver artist Tony Ortega; open by appointment only; 1708 15th Street, Boulder; 303-447-2841;

Ana’s Art Gallery: Art by local, African and Caribbean artists; noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday; 1100 Spruce Street, Boulder;

Art and Soul Gallery: Hanging Fringe Works by Beth Naumann; 1615 Pearl St., Boulder;

Art Pieces: Nonprofit Creative Reuse Center; 3080 Valmont Street, Boulder;

International Art Source: old maps, old prints and posters; 1237 Pearl Street, Boulder;

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art: “Just As I Am”, large-scale works by Kristopher Wright; “A Home In Between,” works by Erin Hyunhee Kang that explore her home damaged by the Marshall fire; both until January 22; “Plane of Action,” artists Kevin Hoth and George P. Perez fail, deconstruct and rebuild machines and hand-altered photography, through February 19; 1750 13th Street, Boulder;

BMoCA in Frasier: “Woman in the Water,” an exhibition by Colorado-based artist Karen Breunig; until January 15; 350 Ponca Place, Boulder;

Canyon Theater and Gallery: “Lived Experience,” a film photography project in which 25 homeless participants captured glimpses of their lives on the streets of Boulder with single-use cameras, through January 14; “Quantity of Life: Nature/Supernature,” work by seven artists celebrating the natural world; until November 27; Main Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder;

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Dairy Arts Center: “Water is Life”, the artists examine access to clean water; “Homelands,” works by Arapahoe, Cheyenne, and Ute artists at the new Creative Nations Sacred Space, both through Nov. 26; 2590 Walnut St., Boulder;

East Window: “Photographs,” various works by Denver-based artist Yvens Alex Saintil, known for exploring police reform and accountability, veteran mental health care, gun violence, and activism, through art, through September 29. January; 4550 Broadway, Suite C-3B2, Boulder;

Eldorado Springs Art Center: Art gallery and sculpture garden in the hills; 8 Chesebro Way, Eldorado Springs;

HiFi Jones Studio and Gallery: Jonathan Hanst’s pop culture art mixes made from salvaged vinyl and books; 209 E. Simpson St., Lafayette;

Louisville Art Association: Head to the museum, once a redbrick schoolhouse, for the association’s annual fall member fine arts and crafts show., until Sunday; Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave., Louisville;

Boulder Museum: “Pikas, Prairies, and the Climate Crisis” features field photography and video of shortgrass prairies and American Pika, through Jan. 8; “Voces Vivas,” explores the county’s Latino heritage, through February 26; 2205 Broadway, Ridge;

Naropa University Art Galleries: Nalanda Campus, 6287 Arapahoe Ave.: Cube Gallery features local and international artists; Nalanda Gallery hosts guest artists and student exhibitions, Student-operated Lounge Gallery. Arapahoe Campus, 2130 Arapahoe Ave.: Lincoln Gallery features local and regional artists. Paramita Campus, 3285 30th St.: Paramita Gallery has works in all mediums by regional artists;

NoBo Art Center: A new exhibit is available at Oakley Art House, a local collective of artists that includes Pedro Rivero, Shay Burrd, Peter Henry Church, Robert Guinn, and Maureen Wilson; 4929 Broadway, #E, Boulder;

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Private Art Gallery: “6×6 Community Show” features unique art made by locals, through December; 401 S. Public Road, Lafayette;

Phil Lewis Art: From T-shirts to custom snowboards and prints to laser engravings, the work of visionary artists is on display and for sale; 2034 Pearl St., Unit 102, Boulder;

POP! Gallery: Open Studios’ artist-owned pop-up art and gift gallery features a unique mix of works by Boulder County artists for sale; at 11th Street and Pearl Street, just south of Fjällräven;

Gallery A: collective exhibition “Poplars in autumn”, until December 11; 2027 Broadway, Boulder;

Rembrandt Yard: Aboriginal, local and national art; 1301 Spruce Street, Boulder; 303-301-2972;

shark ink: New color lithograph by Enrique Chagoya, “Codex YTREBIL” (“liberty” backwards), is based on small books by indigenous artists from the 16th century. There are 25 tests at $3,000 each; 550 Blue Mountain Road, Lyons;

CU Museum of Art: “Onward and Upward: Shark’s Ink” celebrates the “Sharkive,” a collection CU acquired from Shark’s Ink, a print publisher and lithography studio run by Bud Shark in Lyon, through July; “Lasting Impressions,” the museum’s collection of American prints from the 1940s through June; 1085 18th Street, Boulder;

Museum of Natural History of the University of Colorado: “Unearthed: Ancient Life in Boulder Valley,” “Frozen in Time” and “Horses in the North American West” at Anthropology Hall; “Antarctica: More than meets the eye,” “Hungry Birds” and “Ross Sea: The Last Ocean” at BioLounge; CU Boulder Henderson Building, 15th and Broadway, Boulder;

For opportunity tips, grant information, and art news, visit Boulder County Alliance for the Arts a

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Fire Station Art Center: “Hang Time,” an exhibition of member artists (painters, potters, photographers, and sculptors) who have work on display in a collaborative community exhibit, through November 27; 667 Fourth Avenue, Longmont;

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The big frame above: Holiday Art Show and Bazaar features art by 15 local artists, through December 30; 430 Main Street, Longmont;

Longmont Museum: “Tipi to Tiny House: Hands-on Homebuilding,” a family exhibit that looks at the history of Colorado homes, through Jan. 8; 400 Quail Road, Longmont;

Osmosis Gallery: “A Splash of Color,” a fall exhibit of new works by Bill Enyart and Cha Cha, through December; 290 Second Avenue, Niwot;

Walnut Gallery: Features the work of more than 50 artists in a wide range of media; 364 Main Street, Longmont;

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Estes Park Art Center: “Colosal and Intimate: Nature, Abstraction, Imagination Through The Artist’s Lens,” photography by Laura Davis, through December 19; 517 Big Thompson Avenue, Estes Park;

Contemporary Art Center Works: “Transcending the West,” traditional Western themes with a modern twist, by BIPOC, AAPI, and LGBTQ+ artists; “Intuitive Cartographies,” large-scale fabric collage works by Eleanor Anderson; both until December 23; 310 N. Railroad Ave., Loveland;

Columbian Gallery: More than 800 pieces from the National Sculpture Guild grace a garden with local paintings on display inside; 2683 N. Taft Ave., Loveland;

Independence Gallery: Lively gallery with local artists and rotating exhibits; 233 E. 4th St., Loveland;

Lincoln Gallery: The National Photography Exhibition presents the entries of architecture, nature, people and digitally modified, until December 2; 429 Lincoln Avenue, Loveland;

Lone Tree Fine Art and Antiques Gallery: Features fine art, Native American jewelry and artifacts, Pueblo pottery, beadwork, and more; 115th Street 1, Eaton;

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