A new solo exhibition, “magical personified vulnerable,” centered on themes of invisibility, erasure, identity and the immigrant experience by Colorado-based artist Chinn Wang, will open at the UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022. (More)
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Written by Quiara Alegría Hudes, book author of “In The Heights,” the play explores the invisible costs of war for Elliot, a Puerto Rican American and third-generation combat veteran with a wounded leg and a decision to make about re-enlisting for a second tour. (More)
Honoring the legacy of “one of Colorado’s most significant contemporary artists,” the UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art will host a retrospective exhibition on Raphael Sassi, opening Jan. 7, 2022 at GOCA’s downtown gallery. (More)
“A comedy about suicide.” Since its debut performance nearly seven years ago, that tongue-in-cheek tagline has followed “Every Brilliant Thing” through reviews, marketing material, and more. Asked his feelings about the label in a 2014 (More)
Ice cream. Water fights. Dreams of flying. Could you list everything that makes life worth living? Tickets are on sale now for “Every Brilliant Thing,” a new performance playing Nov. 26–Dec. 19, 2021 at the Ent Center for the Arts at UCCS. (More)
A one-day Oct. 29 pop-up exhibition will give Colorado Springs community members the opportunity to purchase works of art by Betty Ross, beloved artist and patron of the arts in Colorado Springs. (More)
October is Arts Month in Colorado. In celebration, GOCA and the Ent Center for the Arts at UCCS have more than 20 performances, exhibitions and cultural experiences planned. See six ways to experience the arts through UCCS this week. (More)