Inhabiting with Mary Hood & Marilee Salvator
The Map(ing) Project featuring 21 Native American and indigenous artists
GOCA121 (121 S. Tejon St in Colorado Springs)
February 5 - March 19, 2016
Mary Hood, Proceeding with Caution, 20 x 24 x 2”, laser cut/engraved collage on vellum with watercolor and LED lights, 2013
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs Galleries of Contemporary Art announces the opening of two new exhibitions on Friday, February 5: Inhabiting with Mary Hood & Marilee Salvator and The Map(ing) Project featuring 21 Native American and indigenous artists. Both exhibitions are part of Mo'Print 2016 (Month of Printmaking), a state-wide biennial celebration of printmaking. Programs connected to the exhibit include an artist residency, artist lectures and a two-day symposium, Indigenous Ways of Being, in collaboration with the Women's & Ethnic Studies (WEST) program at UCCS.
A gallery talk with artist and Map(ing) Project creator Mary Hood will take place at 5 pm followed immediately by a reception until 9 p.m. All events are free and open to the public.
The exhibits will be open to the public through March 19, 2016. Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, or by appointment.
GOCA121 is located at 121 S. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, in the Plaza of the Rockies, south tower.