Firehouse Art Center Temporarily Suspending Gallery Hours

Dear Firehouse Art Center Patrons,

At the Firehouse Art Center, the health and safety of our artists, curator, visitors, volunteers, and staff are the highest priority. We are closely monitoring updates on the coronavirus (COVID-19) as it evolves locally and nationally, and are working to protect the well-being of our communities.

All classes are cancelled this weekend and we are suspending gallery hours to assess open hours and upcoming events as the situation evolves.… Read the rest

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An Update Regarding Covid-19

Dear Firehouse Art Center Patrons,

I sent out my first message regarding COVID-19 over a week ago. At that time there were no confirmed cases in Colorado and I really thought that with thorough hand washing, sanitizing and personal distancing, the Firehouse could do its part to keep the public we serve safe. In two days we went from “just wash your hands” to CU Boulder has switched to online education.… Read the rest

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“Acrimonious Efflorescence” Context & Process

A movement in modern art has been getting its viewers out of their homes, and off of their phones, to enter galleries for a unique, physical experience. Exhibits like Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room are providing viewers with a fully immersed experience. New York, San Francisco, and Las Angeles have adorned a whimsical collection of giant gummy bears, banana rooms, and swimming pools full of sprinkles in their Museum of Ice Cream exhibitions.… Read the rest

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