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Current and Upcoming Exhibitions:

Art of the State
Group Exhibition Juried by Joy Armstrong (Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Colorado Spring Fine Arts Center), Daisy McGowan (Director and Chief Curator, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Galleries of Contemporary Art), and Collin Parson (Director of Galleries and Curator, Arvada Center)
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
6901 Wadsworth Blvd. Arvada, CO 80003
https://arvadacenter.org/galleries
Exhibit Dates
: January 17 – March 31, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 17, 6 – 9 pm
Open Hours: Monday – Friday 9 am – 6 pm, Saturday 10 am– 6 pm, and Sunday 1 – 5 pm
The galleries remain open until 7:30 p.m. on evenings with theatre performances. Free docent-led tours of the gallery exhibitions and history museum are available to groups of five or more. To schedule a tour call the Arvada Center’s gallery/museum tour line at 720-898-7255 (please provide at least one week’s notice, tour guides are not always available).
The Arvada Center is proud to present Art of the State 2019 , the latest installment in our critically acclaimed Colorado artist exhibition. This juried exhibition showcases the quality, depth, and diversity of Colorado artists and is the follow-up to the very successful Art of the State 2013 , and Art of the State 2016 . In its third iteration, Art of the State 2019 garnered 1,555 entries from 566 artists in a call for entry that was open to all Colorado artists utilizing all media. Jurors selected 154 pieces by 135 Colorado artists to be presented at the Arvada Center. With three art galleries covering over 10,000 square feet, the Center looks forward to hosting this immense celebration of local art in Colorado.

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Artnauts Group Exhibition Curated by Dr. George Rivera
Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo
Zmaja od Bosne 5, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
www.muzej.ba
Exhibit Opens: February 7, 2019
“The Artnauts are well named. They take off for outer spaces (a.k.a the margins) where angels are in short supply, filling gaps that shouldn’t be there, speaking out where few can or will. What an incredible record…”  –Art critic, Lucy Lippard
The Artnauts is an artist collective that uses the visual arts as a tool for addressing global issues while connecting with artists from around the world. The name derives from combining the words “art” and “astronaut” as a way to describe the process of exploring uncharted territory in the world at large (for example, currently the collective has an exhibition that is traveling down the Amazon River for three years to over 30 remote sites). The name also denotes the practice that is “not” art as usual, going beyond the confines of the traditional or conventional art world and blurring the boundaries between art, activism, and social practice. The Artnauts have worked at the intersection of critical consciousness and contemporary artistic practice to impact change for almost two decades with over 150 exhibitions on four continents.