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Exhibits

Artist walks among photos being placed in a gallery exhibit Interior of Lakewood Heritage Center
The City of Lakewood is proud to host ongoing and rotating exhibits that highlight the work of local and national artists, as well as informative and unique historic exhibits. All exhibits are free to the public.

Lakewood Cultural Center Exhibits


470 S. Allison Pkwy | Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Sun closed


North Gallery

JEFFCO SCHOOLS FOUNDATION MIDDLE SCHOOL ART EXHIBIT
April 11-May 5
FREE Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m., Thursday, April 26
Lakewood once again is pleased to host the Jefferson County Middle School Art Exhibit sponsored by the Jeffco Schools Foundation. This exhibit showcases the District's most outstanding student work.
Also in the Mezzanine Gallery.

 

DIMENSIONS VARIABLE
May 31-August 11
FREE Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m., May 31
Keeping in mind that the definitions of artistic mediums are fluid and intersectional, this group exhibition takes a whimsical look at how artists are reconsidering the boundaries of sculpture, installation, painting and interactive artwork.

 

Corner Gallery

MONTHLY ROTATION
Corner Gallery inside Lakewood Cultural Center serves the needs of the local arts community for rentable space. Come by monthly to see what's new!

April 2018: Fletcher Miller School
May 2018: Engage at Every Age, artwork by Clements Community Center students and instructors
June 2018: Carlain Davis Artworks
July 2018: Light Portraits, by Steve Caufield
August 2018: Portraits by Lisa, by Lisa Utley
September 2018: Patricia Moore

 

Mezzanine Gallery

Continuation of JEFFCO SCHOOLS FOUNDATION MIDDLE SCHOOL ART EXHIBIT
April 11-May 5
FREE Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m., Thursday, April 26
Lakewood once again is pleased to host the Jefferson County Middle School Art Exhibit sponsored by the Jeffco Schools Foundation. This exhibit showcases the District's most outstanding student work.
Also in the North Gallery.

 

LAKEWOOD ARTS PRESENTS ARTISTS CHOICE 2018
May 14-July 6
Lakewood Arts Council's annual juried exhibition of Colorado artists working in a variety of mediums.

 

WHO KNEW, WE KNEW! Annual Lakewood Employee Exhibition
July 12-August 11
FREE Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m., Thursday, July 26
The City of Lakewood employees present their exceptional artistic talents. Come celebrate the artists among us.

 


Lakewood Civic Center Exhibits


480 S. Allison Pkwy | Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat-Sun closed


James J. Richey Gallery

JEFFCO SCHOOLS TEACHERS EXHIBIT
April 11-May 5
FREE Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m., Thursday, April 26

Featuring the work of Jefferson County elementary, middle and high school teachers. Their artwork includes a wide variety of mediums including painting, photography, mixed media, fiber and pottery. 

 
MISSING PARTS by James Overstreet
May 31-August 11
FREE Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m., Thursday, May 31
Fantastical dreamscapes are cast onto canvas in this exhibition that serves as a journey through the artist's mind. Overstreet leads us through moments in time, complex figuration and colorful landscapes that seem both splendidly strange and completely familiar. Overstreet is a painter and current Artist-in-Residence at 40 West Studios and a graduate of Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.
 

Art on the Commons

The Civic Center Plaza features a collection of rotating sculptural pieces. To view the current Art on the Commons, click here.




Lakewood Heritage Center Exhibits


801 S. Yarrow St. | Hours: Tues-Sat 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sun-Mon closed


The Radius Gallery

AFTER NATURE: THE AGE OF THE ANTHROPOCENE by Natascha Seideneck
April 21-October 6
FREE Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m., Thursday, June 7

Informed by science, current events and philosophy, artist Natasha Seideneck aims to create a dialogue about ecological disasters and their environmental impact. The term "Anthropocene" describes the current geological age where human activity is the dominant influence on the environment and humans are creating the geology of the future.

 

Spirit of Lakewood Gallery

PERMANENT ONGOING INSTALLATION
Lakewood Heritage Center’s permanent gallery highlights significant local events through the 20th century including early settlers, May Bonfils-Stanton’s ownership of farmland, which later became city municipal buildings, Villa Italia mall and up to Lakewood’s incorporation as a city. Permanent ongoing installation.

 

Hallway Gallery

50 PHOTOS, 50 STORIES
December 2017-March 9

Preview Lakewood's 50th anniversary

 

Contact Information:

Arts Programming Curator
Direct: 303-987-7844 | Email: LaiGod@Lakewood.org

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