CMC ArtShare Gallery Opening Reception for Painter Andrea Kemp
CMC ArtShare believes in the power of the arts to help build communities.
ARTSHARE offers a regular series of visual art exhibits at the CMC Gallery located in Glenwood Springs. As a district wide program ARTSHARE presents the arts throughout our various CMC communities. An exciting component of ARTSHARE is the procurement and exhibition of “The George and Patti Stranahan Collection,” this iconic collection of 81 black and white photographs is Colorado Mountain College’s first traveling exhibit.
At the heart of it all lies a commitment to improve the quality of education through collaboration in the arts and with emphasis on the values that civic engagement brings to students. The initiatives of ARTSHARE provides invaluable experiences to our communities as the larger classrooms for all participants ensuring that knowledge flows between the college and our respective communities.
CMC Gallery’s exhibits and programs present a lively mixture of educational, contemporary, and historic art, including notable artwork of our faculty, our students, and local community artists.
Recently featured exhibitions have been “Rush to the Rockies,” “Pinturas de Fe – the Retablo Tradition in Mexico and New Mexico,” “The Gilman Project,” Colorado University’s Natural History exhibits “Temple of the Warriors,” and “Sand Island, Time Etched in Stone,” works by artists Jasper Johns, Herbert Bayer, Christo, Daniel Sprick, Dean Bowlby, and Dan Young to name a few.
Artist Alix Knipe with Michele McCurdy
Annette and Andrew Roberts-Gray sandwiching Mark Cesark!
Michele with Rebecca Hubbard BFFs
Scot and Satomi Gerdes
Diana with Fred Haberlein
Renee Kahurski, Alice Bedard-Voorhess with Alix
Mrs Diane Kenny with her hubby
K Rhynus Cesrk opening night of “Floating Compression”
K Rhynus Cesark
“Floating Compression” K Rhynus Cesark
Alice B., Janet Nelson and Interium President Dr. Desance