The Art Center is considered a home and social hub for Western Slope artists and the art-curious. The four galleries host work by national artists and also feature the range and talent of our own Western Colorado community. Through traditional and contemporary exhibitions, the Art Center actively cultivates a more vibrant, inclusive arts community and aims to foster a collective spirit among artists, teachers, students, children and families, and the general public.

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Art from the Heart Sponsored by Hopewest, Community Hospital, Family Health West, Hilltop, and St. Mary’s Hospital September 2-30 The Art Center is excited to partner with HopeWest for Art from the Heart, a show featuring art created by local health care workers and volunteers. The artwork in…
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AIR: Mesa County Libraries Artist In Residence Exhibition An Exhibition of Poetry by Caleb Ferganchick and Jill Burkey September 2 – November 11 Join us as we celebrate the art of the spoken word through verse, rhymes, and balladry. This year the Mesa County Libraries Artist In Residence (AIR)…
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Mexican Roots Masks, Prints, and Traditional Arts of MexicoFrom the private collection of Robert Gaston and Elisa Uribe September 2-30 Emphasizing Mexican masks and Oaxacan relief prints, this exhibit explores the thread of similarities that can be traced through the diversity of traditional…
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Raven Mavens An Exhibition of Fiber Arts September 2-30 Artwork drop-off: August 30, 10am - 2pm Group Artist Statement: Raven Mavens is a Western Colorado-based group of phenomenal female artists that began as a critique group. Historically, the group was involved in art quilting and, as its…
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Out of the Void An Exhibition of Painting and Prints by Roger and Martha McCoy September 2 – November 11 Over the last 52 years, Martha and Roger McCoy have profoundly influenced their individual development as artists. This show is about those processes, critiques, and encouragements that have…
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The Art Center is excited to host this traveling exhibit in collaboration with Visit Grand Junction, making one of it's first stops here in GJ after initially being exhibited at the Denver International Airport.  Photo of artwork courtesy of Visit Grand Junction