Galleries at the Arvada Center host a dozen or more fine art exhibitions each year in three distinctive galleries with 10,000 square feet of space. The Arvada Center prides itself on keeping its gallery and museum exhibitions FREE and open to the public seven days a week, something that it has done since inception in 1976.
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- Call for Entries - Holiday Craft Fair & Fine Art Market Opportunities for Artists and Artisans at the Arvada Center, including Craft Fair and Art Market applications, as well as general review submission guidelines, as we aim to represent local and regional artists in most of our exhibitions.
- – UNBOUND: Altered Environments Altered Environments includes photography &video works that explore seemingly familiar environments in which artists have encountered, created or changed
- – UNBOUND: Digital Creations The works in this exhibition, created by four invited artists, are not bound by conventional media, or a lack of creativity.
- – UNBOUND: Five Installations Taking advantage of the Main Gallery's unique architecture & expansive space, we invited five artists who work in varying media, size and scope to create one-of-a-kind, site-specific art installations that will become individual micro-environments.
- – UNBOUND: Sculpture in the Field A re-imagining of the 17-acre open space just south of the Arvada Center creates a compelling and engaging outdoor sculpture exhibition.
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- – Discovering & Interpreting the West: 19th Century Landscapes Discovery and interpretation proliferated in the 19th century. America was being explored by many artists who were traveling with expeditions, or just traveling to experience a new land.
- – Discovering & Interpreting the West: 20th Century Landscapes By the 20th century most of the West had been settled, and interpreting it took on a new meaning. No longer were artists documenting new geological features, flora and fauna that were nowhere to be seen in the East, they were interpreting the West artistically.
- – Discovering & Interpreting the West: 21st Century Landscapes In the 21st century, the concept of the West and what it means in a rapidly and ever-changing world as well as different art movements and media influence artists depicting landscapes.