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Beyond Suffrage Exhibit Opens at Greeley History Museum in January

Next year marks the 100-year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote across the nation. The City of Greeley Museums will celebrate with “Beyond Suffrage: 100 Years of Progress,” which opens Jan. 17, 2020 at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th St. The exhibit focuses on the accomplishments of Weld County women after women gained the right to vote. Lottye Miner was the first woman […]

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Sharpie Art at It’s Finest: Olivia DeLacey Phillips from Fort Collins

Olivia Phillips positivechangetherapyllc@gmail.com My medium is sharpie on paper – and I complete the designs without sketching out what they will look like.  Sometimes I don’t know what I’m drawing until it is almost complete, and sometimes I do commissioned work and adhere to a request. There is no room for error so every “mistake” becomes part of the art.  (Such is life) For more information about my art you […]

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ARTup Week 2020: A Creative Business World

By Kit Baker/Downtown Fort Collins Creative District Want to know how to price your service? Or fix your elevator pitch? Or achieve a better work/life balance? Maybe you feel like you’ve been there and done that – if so, what about learning how people with disabilities can empower your business? Or how to market to Hispanic consumers or dissect the anatomy of a contract or get your film into a […]

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Artworks Loveland presents Here and Gone: Jennifer Rife

Here and Gone is a body of work that asks the audience to contemplate the interactions of humans with the earth. Rife’s work brings to the forefront an awareness of our everyday lives and how we impact our environment and the physical markings that are left behind by changing the very characteristics of the land. Here and Gone documents that process, visually capturing the scars left upon the ground. Rife […]

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Just in Time for the Holidays!

by Michele Pullaro When I first spotted the available storefront at Oak and College I got really excited. As a corner location with great windows on two sides, I envisioned a warm, welcoming and eclectic store offering an array of unique items — a location I could help maintain in an attractive manner and where visitors and shoppers alike, felt safe and welcomed. Peacock‘s Perch is a great place to come in […]

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PIANOS ABOUT TOWN PROGRAM SEEKS ARTISTS

Program offers two different information sessions for potential applicants   Pianos About Town, an interactive public art program in Fort Collins, is seeking artists or artist teams to paint or artistically decorate pianos in 2020.   The program will offer two different sessions designed to provide resources for potential applicants. Neither session is required in order to apply. During the first session, potential applicants will hear a presentation about the […]

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Sculpture in the Square

On Saturday, April 27, Fort Collins Downtown Development Authority will be removing the six sculptures that have resided in Old Town Square for the past year. They will be replaced with six new sculptures from artists across Colorado and will be on display through April 2020. Sculpture in the Square, now in its fourth year, is a year-round outdoor sculpture exhibit displayed in Old Town Square. Artists in this year’s […]

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Exploring Path and Passages with printmaker Johanna Mueller

It’s a sunny day in the light-filled Northwest Fort Collins suburban studio of Johanna Mueller. It’s a beautifully clean and cheery space making it easy why she hasn’t given it up after taking on a new studio and home renovation project in Greeley last year. After three weeks at the Jentel Foundation Artist Residency in Wyoming, Mueller was able to really dig into work and create a large number of […]

Loveland Museum to feature Larimer County’s 2018 Visual Artist of the Year, Amelia Furman, in new Quest for Power Exhibition
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Loveland Museum to feature Larimer County’s 2018 Visual Artist of the Year, Amelia Furman, in new Quest for Power Exhibition

The artwork of local artist and Larimer County Department of Natural Resources 2018 Visual Artist of the Year, Amelia Furman, will be featured in the Museum’s Mezzanine Gallery this spring and summer. The exhibition titled, Quest for Power will include artwork created by Furman’s hallmark technique of layered images along with relatable historic items from the Museum’s historic collection. Quest for Power is a history as art exhibition opening to […]