Join us this Saturday from 4-8 PM for our new weekly Saturday Apres Party on the AAM rooftop!
We’ll be featuring cocktails from The Slippery Slope, snacks from the new Rooftop Café, and music from our new winter resident DJ: Golden
Anderson Ranch Arts Center is pleased to present The Aspen Art Museum Artist Fellows Exhibition, featuring the work of the 2021 AAM Artist Fellows – Louise Deroualle, Dave Durrance, Monica Goldsmith, Lindsay Jones, Trace Nichols, and Lara Whitley. The exhibition will run from April 7th to May 6th, 9 AM-5 PM.
Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday, April 7, at 5 PM. The reception is free and open to the public. Registration is required.
Join us this Saturday from 4-8 PM for our weekly Saturday Apres Party on the AAM rooftop!
We’ll be featuring cocktails from The Slippery Slope, snacks from the Rooftop Café, and music from our winter resident DJ: Golden.
Treat someone special to a Mother’s Day Brunch at the Aspen Art Museum! AT CAPACITY
Join us to kick off the summer with the opening of Mountain / Time and Gaetano Pesce: My Dear Mountains at the Aspen Art Museum for members and supporters. All galleries will be open, as well as the summer season iteration of Precious Okoyomon’s Every Earthly Morning the Sky’s Light touches Ur Life is Unprecedented in its Beauty.
This event is open to members of the AAM.
The Archive as Future Knowledge
This panel addresses the role of the archive as a tool for imagining new futures in the inter-related time-based media fields of artistic practice, curatorial thinking, and documentation strategies, as a collective building of future knowledge.
Join Filmmaker and curator Rabz Lansiquot for a study session exploring Black liberatory film. The Black Film Anti-School is Lansiquot’s ongoing project, initiated at London’s LUX Moving Image in 2019, which seeks to create spaces for collective learning, including screenings, reading and discussion, and generate discourse that goes beyond conversations about representation and towards a liberatory mode of making, viewing and critiquing Black film. Registration required.
Join interdisciplinary writer, artist, editor and facilitator Imani Mason Jordan for a performance drawing from the history of the penal treadmill, which was utilized as a tool of punishment in British prisons and in the colonies, and tackling themes of material culture, labor, sweat, carceral logics, surveillance, endurance and orality.
Free and open to the public.
The Aspen Art Museum presents The Mountains have Eyes, a free film screening at the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale, CO. This screening is produced as part of our current exhibition Mountain / Time and is curated by Almudena Escobar López.
Free and open to the public.
No registration required. Proof of vaccination required.
Aspen Art Museum and AspenOut present Drag Brunch Bingo with Mariam T
Help our organizations kick off pride month!
Tuesday–Sunday, 10 AM–6 PM
General operating support is provided by Colorado Creative Industries. CCI and its activities are made possible through an annual appropriation from the Colorado General Assembly and federal funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.