Golden, CO – Golden’s Foothills Art Center (FAC) proudly presents the 2020 Members’ Show and The Power of Process, A Jeffco Student Exhibition, highlighting artwork from the local community. The 2020 Members’ Show will run from January 24th to April 26th 2020, while The Power of Process will run from January 24th to April 5th 2020. There will be a member preview for both shows on Thursday January 23rd at 6pm.
The 2020 Members’ Show presents over 70 pieces of art, featuring the diverse artistic talents and techniques of FAC’s members. The annual members’ show has been a staple of the FAC calendar since shortly after the center was established in 1968. The selection of artwork is chosen by FAC’s exhibition staff, representing the highest level of craftsmanship in these creative and compelling pieces.
The Power of Process features a variety of work from artists varying in age from kindergarten through 12th grade at local Jeffco schools, in a professional setting. The concept of “the power of process” aims to show the creative journey that the students travel to produce their artwork.
FAC executive director Hassan Najjar, said, “I love the start of the members’ show each year. It gives me real pleasure to share our outstanding local community’s artistic talents with the wider public. On top of that, it’s a privilege to showcase Golden’s fledgling artists being educated at our local schools.”
Visit www.foothillsartcenter.org to learn how to become a FAC member and to find more information about upcoming exhibits and programs.
About Foothills Art Center
Located in historic downtown Golden,Foothills Art Center leads and inspires the community through art, education, and cultural excellence with engaging exhibitions and dynamic arts programming for learners of all ages. Foothills Art Center was founded in 1968 and is an official member of the United States National Registry of Historic Buildings. The center is housed in an 1872 Gothic style church, an 1892 Queen Anne style manse and a Victorian-era mansion built in 1899 – all surrounded by a sculpture garden at 809 15th Street in downtown Golden, Colorado.
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