DEC 13, 2019–JAN 17, 2020 | Guest juror Louise Martorano, Executive Director of Redline Contemporary Art Center will bring together all mediums that embody the power and complexity of femininity with topics surrounding feminism, body image, motherhood, gender and much more.
OCT 4–NOV 29 | This exhibit features a collection of international works from acclaimed Korean artist, LIM Ok-sang, who critically engages folklore, the people and politics in his work.
AUG 16–SEP 29, 2019 | ASLD invites members and faculty to highlight the very best in paper and ink—whether scratched, developed, etched, stenciled, added or collaged.
Melissa Furness gives students at ASLD a specialized workshop to develop rich layers in acrylic paint using image transfers. Discover new transfer techniques and play with compositions in this exciting Atelier Workshop
Greg Dye visits ASLD to lead a special Atelier Workshop designed to stretch your painting muscles and discover how you like working best with palette knives and wet-on-wet techniques.
OCTOBER 11–13, 2019 | Lim Ok-sang is a native of South Korea. His art, using writing, painting, metal, paper and clay, speaks out against injustice and the forces of destruction, as well as illustrating the value of life and the importance of our environment. Ok-sang visits ASLD to discuss his alternative approaches to materiality.
OCTOBER 3–6, 2019 | Kevin Snipes enjoys a nomadic life, constantly making art no matter where he is. Snipes visits ASLD to demonstrate his high-energy methods for ceramics and storytelling.
JUNE 21–AUG 2, 2019 | A unique interactive exhibition featuring the fiber and crochet-inspired artwork by Denver’s collaborators Ladies Fancywork Society. We invite you to play!
ASLD invites current ASLD members and faculty to submit all types of printmaking to this exhibit, highlighting the very best in paper and ink. SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED ON AUGUST 5–6
AUGUST 23–25, 2019 | Dawn Williams Boyd’s artwork reflects her interests in American history as it affects and is affected by African American citizens, women’s identity and sexuality and politics. Williams Boyd visits ASLD to talk about how she uses fiber arts as her way to paint.