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You'll find an eclectic mix of contemporary art from regional, national and international artists at this innovative museum, which also features dance, poetry and other performances and an outdoor summer cinema series.
Let's start with the good here: a $1 entry fee. So even if you get nothing out of it, you're not out much.
The place is small and there's usually just three artists on display. For better or worse, they are always fine examples of...More
BMoCA is a wonderful space in an old warehouse. It is imaginatively curated, making creative use of the surprise views within the building. Definitely worth a visit. On Saturday it was basically in the middle of the amazing Boulder farmers’ market, and admission was free.
We wanted see this museum but chose a Saturday where it is right in the center of the weekly farmers market. Alot of traffic and people. We parked for free a few blocks at the library lot which is free on weekends. We had NARM...More
This museum is located in a great spot next to central Boulder. Regular admission is only $1, but we visited on a Saturday when admission is free. It's a small museum with changing exhibits and incredible pieces on display from both local and foreign artists....More
First, it was only a dollar to go in and it is right next to the Boulder Dushanabe tea house so you are right there to visit. 1 and 1/2 floors had exhibits.
Appears fresh, up beat and the upstairs exhibit was about bee hives....More
As much for the architecture (which is always there) as for the exhibits (which change). The BMOCA people have worked on both, making them work together. The exhibits are meant to open new pathways in thinking and the staff does a good job of that.