6 PM October 23, 2019 Join us in Vicki Myhren Gallery in for an evening with Richard Barnes and Rupert Jenkins! Richard Barnes is a New York-based photographer who has spent over two decades photographing archaeological digs and natural history museums-both institutions of knowledge that seek to preserve the past and mark immutable boundaries around natural truths. The lecture will be facilitated by Rupert Jenkins, former director of the Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Denver (2009 – 2015). Jenkin’s association with Barnes spans three decades and includes several projects at San Francisco Camerawork and also at Redline, Denver. Jenkins is...
Campus-wide Juried Student Art Exhibition
May 12 through May 27, 2016
The Space(s) Between Artists Series is a joint virtual program presented by DU Vicki Myhren Gallery and UCCS Galleries of Contemporary premiering on April 14th, at 5:30 PM MDT and running bi-weekly on Wednesdays through June 9th, 2021. Events are free and will take place via Zoom – pre-registration requested at https://www.thespacesbtw.org/events. The virtual series will highlight artists in the exhibition in conversation with curators Donald Fodness, Geoffrey Shamos, and Daisy McGowan. The Space(s) Between explores how we experience the vastness of place and the iconic nature of the American west through contemporary art. This multi-site and multi-project exhibition is curated...
Register now for "The Space(s) Between" Virtual Artist Series! Join us for five evening conversations starting April 14, 2021.
Snow is on the horizon folks! VICKI MYHREN GALLERY WILL BE CLOSED THE WEEKEND OF MARCH 13 AND MARCH 14 DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER IN THE DENVER COLORADO AREA. STAY SAFE AND COZY FRIENDS! While you’re stuck inside this weekend Denverites, make sure to check out the website for our latest exhibition The Space(s) Between. The link is below. Image is Beau Carey, Ballad, 2019, oil on canvas. https://www.thespacesbtw.org/
In July and August 2020, three local arts professionals sat down for informal virtual conversations with VMG grads. JC Futrell, Alex Jimanez, and Danielle Schulz provided insight into various aspects of careers in public arts and programming in museums and nonprofits. Listen to their chats by watching the videos below.