Museum Exhibitions

The 132,286 square-foot facility hosts major international traveling and changing exhibitions and features works from the FAC’s significant permanent collection including an unprecedented Tactile Gallery.

Additional Art on Display

Deco Lounge & First Friday

The Deco Lounge, accented by Dale Chihuly’s Blue Sapphire Chandelier, functions as a gallery space showcasing and selling the work of Colorado’s finest artists with First Friday Art Party events and displays managed by the FAC Museum Shop.

The Mashburn/Marshall Tactile Gallery

One of the first galleries of its type in the country, the Tactile Gallery was established in 1981, the brainchild of docents Peggy Marshall and Mary Mashburn. As a prototype for their bold plan, they used the Mary Duke Biddle Gallery for the Blind in the Raleigh, North Carolina Museum of Art. The founders set about creating a space where all patrons could be self-sufficient and able to enjoy the full experience of the art.

Eric Bransby 75th Anniversary mural

The Fine Arts Center commissioned Bransby, now 94, to create his final mural that tells the story of the FAC with nods to the Broadmoor Art Academy, music, dance, theatre, arts education and recognizable figures like Boardman Robinson and Martha Graham, in commemoration of the FAC’s 75th Anniversary. Permanent installation on view in the Smith Glass Gallery.

Blue-Star-Museums 

 

We proudly participate in the Blue Star Museums program to honor our military.

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A quick look at our exceptional exhibitions

Pieces made of light, steel, glass, paint and clay have graced our galleries at the Fine Arts Center. Works that speak from past generations to ours and our generation to the next. Some of our recent exhibitions have included:

  • John Frame: Three Fragments of A Lost Tale – An intricately fractured story featuring a cast of unusual characters brought to life through stop-motion photography.
  • The Art of Haiti: Loas, History, and Memory– A major exhibition which explored the contemporary significance of Haitian art.
  • Don Coen: The Migrant Series – A magnificent group of 15 large-scale realistic portraits of migrant farm workers.
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