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  • Aug 24

  • Aug 27

    • Recommended for teens and adults
      Free and open to all
      Registration Required

      Artist libi rose striegl shares a friendly introduction to the world of high-tech repair and re-use. Participants are invited to dismantle broken electronics for an exploratory dissection of their inner workings while discussing the world of Right To Repair, the importance of re-use, and the environmental challenges of our techno-world.

    • Recommended for teens and adults.
      Free and open to all.

      Registration Required

      Join artists Brad Gallagher and Sasha de Koninick for a greenscreen wearable interactive and participatory performance piece which invites viewers to “wear the museum.” Using handmade textiles and video from the Mountain / Time exhibition, images will be chroma keyed in real-time onto the green spaces of the textiles allowing participants to see themselves on a screen with the videos on their body.

  • Aug 31

    • Join us on our Rooftop Café for free unique ice pops and a beautiful garden view.

      Time: 1–5 PM
      Free

    • In this workshop, we will experiment with acrylic mediums to create colorful translucent landscapes inspired by Gaetano Pesce’s use of inventive nontraditional materials.

      Free and open to the public.
      No registration is required.
      Drop in!

  • Sep 7

    • Join us on our Rooftop Café for free unique ice pops and a beautiful garden view.

      Time: 1–5 PM
      Free

    • In this activity we will focus on the artwork by Doug Aitken. The displacement of wild animals is a highlighted concept in his work. Students will choose an animal and create two environments where that animal could live or choose to migrate.

      Free and open to the public.
      No registration is required.
      Drop in!

  • Sep 9

    • 5 PM Mountain / Time

      Special Screening:
      Smuggler Mine

      Free and Open to the Public
      At Capacity

      On the final weekend of the Mountain / Time exhibition, Aspen Art Museum presents a special screening event at the abandoned Smuggler Mine in Aspen, Colorado. Artist Cauleen Smith will present GIMME SHELTER CINEGLYPHS throughout the mine’s interior. Simultaneously, two film programs curated by Curator at Large Anisa Jackson and Film Scholar Michael B. Gillespie will be screened outside of the mine in response to the site.

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