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  • Dec 17, 2021

    • Free and open to the public. RSVP Required.

      Join the 2021 Aspen Art Museum Artist Fellows in celebration of the culmination of their fellowship program. Fellows will share their creative process and fellowship experience with individual artist presentations. Refreshments to follow.

  • Dec 18, 2021

    • 2–4 PM
      At Capacity

      In the 1950s, Andy Warhol would throw coloring parties at his favorite Upper East Side ice cream shop, Serendipity 3. Friends and strangers alike would mix and mingle and help Andy add color to his illustrations. Join us for a collective coloring party in this same collaborative spirit at The Factory.

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  • Jan 19

    • Drop-in; first come, first served.

      Throughout Warhol’s career, he wrote and illustrated (with the help of his mother) a number of books and coloring books for kids that explored topics like bugs and the concept of “so.” Create a drawing based on printing techniques Warhol used to create illustrations for his books.

    • Exclusively for Patron XL and Patron Passholders

      6:30pm guided tours start
      7:30pm to 8:30pm auction and networking

      JP Morgan Chase & Aspen Gay Ski Week proudly presents a private viewing of Andy Warhol: Lifetimes

      All attendees are welcome for a complimentary tour throughout the week during regular Aspen Art Museum Business Hours.

      In partnership with the Aspen Art Museum and Aspen Gay Ski Week, JPMorgan Chase is proud to host a special viewing and guided tour of the Andy Warhol: Lifetimes exhibition. Invited guests will be guided through the collection have the opportunity to bid on a special auction item in support of AspenOut. Guests will also enjoy a hosted bar, hors d’oeuvres, and networking.

  • Jan 21

    • Tours are offered on Fridays only from 11a.m. to 4 p.m.

      Beginning on Friday, January 21, 2022, the Aspen Art Museum will offer private 30-minute tours for groups with advanced reservations.

      Register for a time slot on the calendar page of our website.

      Choose from one of the following:

      -Exhibition Overview Tour
      -Spotlight Tour
      -Architectural Tour

  • Jan 22

    • Registration Required

      The famous “Inkblot Test” invented by the Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach consisted of a set of images which were interpreted by the patient and then deciphered by a clinician. Warhol creatively misinterpreted the process and thought that the inkblot was created by the patient and then interpreted by a doctor. His inkblot drawings are one of the few instances where the artist created work which did not use a pre-existing image.

      Our inkblot project will follow the latter course. We will create inkblots of all sizes and shapes by painting one side of a paper, folding the paper in half, and pressing the sides together to create a mirrored image. In this Saturday printmaking workshop, interpretation is optional and completely up to the creator of the image.

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