April 26th-June 15th.
In the Hagnauer:
“Black Testament,” features the most recent work of recent UCCS graduate Dáreece Walker. Using mixed media on found/recycled cardboard and wood, the exhibit deals with issues of the black human experience as it relates to contemporary America and its history. Through June 15th
In the New Gallery:
Prints by Ramona Lapsley and sculpture by Larry Terrafranca.
Inspired by traditional Italian methods, Lapsley and Terrafranca bring together their work in an exhibition of high skill and technical prowess. Through June 15th.
In the Grand Hallway:
“Recovery After the Fire”
Utah based Spencer and Mackenzie Donovan lost much of their completed work when their mother’s home burned in the Waldo Canyon fire. This show represents the first time their work has been seen in Colorado since. Through June 10th
In Spencer Hall:
“Colorado in Focus”
A juried exhibit of photos and photo-based works by members of the community. The public was asked to depict the diversity of our state from its breath-taking landscapes to its bustling cities. Through June 9th