Project Space: Lupita Carrasco


Project Space: Lupita Carrasco

Art by Lupita Carrasco

Project Space

Lupita Carrasco
March 3 - March 12, 2023
GOCA Project Space, Ent Center for the Arts


A new series in GOCA’s project space features many of southern Colorado’s most innovative artists in short-run exhibitions focused on experimentation. GOCA’s curatorial program has been heavily focused on independently-produced major exhibitions that take years to plan, typical for the museum world. The series offers artists space, funding, and invites guest writers in an effort to increase critical dialogue in the region.

GOCA’s mission is to spark engaged dialogue about contemporary culture and current issues, and to make space for diverse perspectives. We commit to funding 100% of the artists and creatives we work with at GOCA.

This series is curated by Daisy McGowan, UCCS GOCA Director, with a goal to invite guest curation in the future.


Lupita Carrasco is a mother of seven, caregiver to a mentally ill parent, and an artist living and creating in Colorado Springs.

Born and raised in San Diego California, her tumultuous childhood and vibrant Mexican culture lend their voice to her individual artistic language. Lupita works primarily in oil, processing her emotions and human experience through exploration of the figure, still lifes, and landscapes. Her paintings frequently feature family, friends, and immediate surroundings. She has exhibited in the Pikes Peak region since 2005.

Instagram: @carrascoface.artist@gocacolospgs

Image courtesy of the artist.


Exhibition on View:

March 3 - March 12, 2023

Special Events:

Opening reception | March 3, 2013 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

GOCA Project Space Hours

Thursday - Saturday, 1 - 6 p.m., or by appointment. 

As always, galleries are free to visit.

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