Exhibitions at ASLD

ASLD hosts a variety of exhibitions at our historic Grant Street location and in partnership with various creative spaces throughout the community. Representing the diversity of the thriving Denver arts community, our exhibitions also provide an opportunity to examine current trends and purchase original fine art from faculty, students, and celebrated artists from across the United States.

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Black and white photo of a clock with extreme shadows.

Keeping Time

EXHIBITION | January 21-February 27
ARTWORK DROP-OFF | January 13-15
Call for entry! Members are invited to create artworks that examine the unreliable lenses through which we view the past.

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A small rectangular box wrapped in brown paper with a snowflake pattern and with a bow tied around it, against a background of pine branches.

Give A Little Art

EXHIBITION | November 19-December 12
ARTWORK PICKUP | December 13-17
Come see small but mighty artwork by the ASLD community. Works will also be for sale – just in time for the holiday gift-giving season!

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Art book by Alicia Bailey

Movable Medley

September 30-November 7 | Call for entry for hand-crafted, crowd sourced or SPOD book-works that include movable components beyond opening the cover or turning the pages. Curated by Abecedarian Artists’ Books

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Past Exhibitions

Painted yard signs spelling out create

2020 is Hindsight

December 4 – January 24 | We’re ready to head into 2021 with our community leading the way. Help fill our courtyard with reflections on the past year and hopes for the new one. Anyone and everyone is welcome to participate.

ASLD exhibition The Plasticene

The Plasticene

JAN 31–MAR 15, 2020 | In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, join us for an exploration of the material we love to hate: plastic. This exhibit explores the many ways plastic touches and shapes contemporary art and, by extension, life. Forward-looking and hopeful, you’ll come away from The Plasticene with a greater appreciation for all the things plastic does well and with hope that solutions to its environmental toll are within reach. Curated by Kalliopi Monoyios.