Inside the artist's Studio Series... continues

We're excited to announce a new line-up of Inside the Artist Studio talks with Coors Art Curator Rose Fredrick. These free virtual sessions are on Zoom Webinar, and the recordings will be added to our Catalogs page if you can't make it live. Please click on the links below to register. 

Friday, January 22, 12:00pm - 1:00pm MST
Brad Overton & Jivan Lee: "Humor, Humanity, and Human Interaction"

Monday, January 25, 6:00pm - 7:00pm MST 
Andrew Beckham & Laura Wilson: "Influences in Photography"

Tuesday, January 26, 12:00pm - 1:00pm MST
Stephanie Hartshorn & Rick Stevens: "Patterning and the Mind"

Wednesday, January 27, 12:00pm - 1:00pm MST
Rose Fredrick & Seth Hopkins: "What We Collect" 
Coors Art Curator Rose Fredrick and Booth Museum Executive Director Seth Hopkins discuss what art and artists they personally collect.

Thursday, January 28, 12:00pm - 1:00pm MST
Sophy Brown & Ron Hicks: “Intention, Content, and Interpretation”

Friday, January 29, 12:00pm - 1:00pm MST
Lisa Gordon & Evelyn Gottschall Baker: "Translating the World into Three Dimensions" 

Saturday, 1/30 4-5:30pm: January 30, 4:00pm - 5:30pm
"In the Yards" Film Screening & Artist Talk with Eileen Roscina Richardson
"In the Yards" is a short art film about the historic stockyards at the National Western Stock Show. While dormant for many months of the year, the stockyards come alive every January with unbelievable force -- housing and hosting cowboys, characters and creatures from all walks of life. 2019 National Western Stock Show Resident Artist Eileen Roscina Richardson spent every day of the Stock Show itself, as well as the weeks before and after, observing and documenting life in the yards. The film was shot on 16mm film, and features a soundtrack with original musical compositions. Join artist Eileen Roscina Richardson for a screening of the film and artist talk with Coors Art Coordinator Krista Hanley.

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