Gravity of Perception features lens-based work by artists investigating themes of oppression and institutionalized discrimination. These investigations include reflection on the past by reclaiming and re-contextualizing archives, whether from appropriated or newly created archives. Gravity of Perception is located at Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Center for Visual Art, 965 Santa Fe. Dr. This event is free. Visit https://bit.ly/2ueUi31 for more information.
Go “behind the stories” in space science using the best images and animation available to help understand new developments with 60 Minutes in Space at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd. This event will be held Wednesday, March 27 at 7 p.m. and is free but seating is limited to first come, first served. Please use the evening entrance on the west side of the Museum. Visit https://bit.ly/2UHDr4h for more information.
The Ansel Adams: Early Works exhibit at the Longmont Museum focuses on the photographer’s masterful small prints taken earlier in his career, from the 1920s into the 1950s. By capturing the abject power of nature, Adams changed our understanding of landscape photography, solidifying it as a legitimate form of modern art. This event will be held at the Longmont Museum, 400 Quail Rd. until May 26. Visit https://bit.ly/2TWR5n8 for more information.
The art works presented in three galleries highlight some of the most celebrated work by indigenous and Latina/o artists in the FAC’s permanent collection. This exhibition explores individual stylistic movements, artists, and topics such as colonial encounters, art markets, and creative innovation, among other subjects. Art works in these galleries will be periodically rotated in an effort to feature a wide range of artworks from the FAC’s extensive collection. This exhibit is being held at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, 30 W. Dale St. from now until December 31. Visit https://bit.ly/2UCSigm for more information.
You are cordially invited to a reception in honor of Dr. Norma Elia Cantú before her talk at El Pueblo History Museum, 301 N. Union Ave. on Wednesday, March 27. Dr. Cantú is the Murchison Professor in the Humanities at Trinity University and a renowned Chicana writer and scholar. She will give the talk Nepantlas: Life on the Border at 6:30 pm.