I lived in Philadelphia and the NYC area for fifteen years. I'm an artist and teacher. It's taken me eight years here in CO to really take advantage of this wonderful center, assuming it was just a suburban area hobby-oriented center. I attended a conference there and saw the quality of the work in the upstairs gallery. I've since been to at least four shows and all of them have been well worth the trip from the Boulder area to see. The work is thoughtfully curated and of very high quality. Not at all a place to just see landscapes and flowers. In the case of the last show I attended, I thought it was better than the one in Denver at the Museum of Contemporary Arts (though I really like that venue too). Now I am taking a ceramics class where the other attendees are dedicated to a vital creative path. Not at all hobbyist. If you have little ones, it would be a fun trip to climb on the gigantic dragon sculpture outside with a picnic and maybe you could convince them to take a quick tour through the galleries! Make sure you see the upstairs galleries. Very good work up there too.
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