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ENT CENTER FOR THE ARTS at UCCS

THE SPACE(S) BETWEEN

GOCA

GOCA

 

 

Artwork, Carey, When Skies Fall, 56x48oil on canvas, 2019

THE SPACE(S) BETWEEN
GOCA Ent Center for the Arts within The Marie Walsh Sharpe Gallery, DU Vicky Myhren Gallery, and sites between
March 5 - July 25, 2021


OVERVIEW

Multi-site and multi-project exhibition featuring contemporary artists working in the American West exploring various understandings of how we experience the vastness of place and the iconic nature of this region. Notions of the horizon as a convention through which we orient ourselves in relation to the landscape are central to the concept.

Exhibition guest curated by DU Vicky Myhren Gallery Director Geoffrey Shamos and Independent Curator Donald Fodness, in collaboration with GOCA Director Daisy McGowan for outdoor sites.

Artists: Libby S. Barbee, Tyler Beard, Mindy Bray, Chad Brown, Terry Campbell, Beau Carey, Amelia Carley, Lanny Devuono, Rebecca DiDomenico, Dani Dodge, Conor Dowdle, John Defeo, Andy Ducett, Nina Elder, Gary Emrich, Ian Fisher, Tobias Fike, Megan Gafford, Anthony Garcia, Alvin Gregorio, Scott Johnson, Tsehai Johnson, David Jones, Anna Kaye, Patrick Marold, John McEnroe, Michael S. Moore, Mia Mulvey, Lauri Lynx Murphy, Richard Saxton/M12 Studios, Sarah Scott, Natascha Seideneck, Gretchen Marie Schaefer, Elspeth A. Schulze, Chip “Jetsonorama” Thomas, Devon Tsuono, Letha Wilson, and Charles Parson.

Image: Beau Carey, “When Skies Fall”, 56 x 48”, oil on canvas. 2019.


ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

This lively group exhibition displays the cumulative work of graduating UCCS Visual & Performing Arts majors with a focus on visual art. From start to finish, the artists own every aspect of the exhibit. Curated, designed, and installed by the graduating class, this collaborative effort spans the course of the spring semester. Students determine how and what will be displayed to best represent them as they embark on their lifelong creative paths. Working across all media, students explore movements throughout art history from their own perspective. 2021 marks the 15th annual Senior Visual Art Major exhibition.

UCCS’ satellite gallery, GOCA Downtown, opened in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs in 2010. As the landscape of both UCCS and the greater Colorado Springs area continues to change and blossom, the class of 2021 is excited to make their mark with this exhibition.


IMPORTANT DATES

Exhibition on View by Appointment: April 16 - May 15, 2021

Livestream Events TBA: Opening Event: Friday, April 16, 2021 First Friday: May 7, 2021

Additional Programs: To Be Announced

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