The Western Colorado Community Foundation is looking to commission a signature piece of art that captures the mission and purpose of their organization and their new Center for Philanthropy for Western Colorado. Proposed themes include generosity, giving back, gratitude, helping hands.
The Art Center is accepting applications for the position of Development Director
Thank you to everyone who donated to the live and silent auction, bought live and silent auction items, or made cash donations, and dressed up and attended our largest fundraiser of the year!
A big thank you to Alpine Bank and Regional President, Tyler Dahl, for sponsoring the event, to all our amazing volunteers and staff for their time and effort, and to our Board of Trustees for all of their support.
Congratulations to this year's People's Choice Award winners of the 2023 Members' Exhibition! Make sure to stop by TAC to see these pieces before the exhibit comes down on February 24.
Best of Show: Nancy Bauer, Patch of Light on Hidden Falls
First Place: Amber Bradley, Dawn in Ladder Canyon
Second Place: Daryn LaDuke, Fogeys of North America: Geezers, Codgers, and Coots
Third Place: Nancy Lewis, Plateau Creek Mile Marker 55
Thank you for all your support in 2022. We look forward to another year of enriching lives through the arts and celebrating our Platinum 70th year! Wishing you and yours the best in 2023. Cheers!
TAC Holiday Hours:
12/27 - 12/30 open 9am - 4pm
12/31 - 1/2/2023 - closed
Best of Show: Brad Barnett, Seeking Shade
First Place: Connie Martinez, La Plazuela Chama, Colorado
Second Place: Sherida Warner, Pottery Shards
Third Place: Cheryl Reigle, Klimt Temptress
Honorable Mentions: Ashtonn Means, Universal Line of Beauty Series, Syl Mathis, Desert Ice, Julia Crocetto, Crossbedding IV, Noelle Smith, Fruita Bridge, Charles Morris, A Blaze of Glory, and Pat Stelter, Easy Does It
The number of people who have died from COVID-19 has surpassed 286,000. In an attempt to grasp the magnitude of this number, Linda McBride and Rachel Egelston, artists from Grand Junction, have collaborated in the creation of The Rose Petals COVID Memorial. This is special community art project recognizing & honoring Americans, their families, and friends who have lost their lives this year due to COVID-19.