Our Planet

Curtis Arts and Humanities Center

April 7 - May 5, 2018

  • Curator's Talk: Saturday, April 7th 1pm
  • Earth Day Celebrarion: Saturday, April 21 10am-2pm
Rouland Some Things Last Forever
Elizabeth Rouland - Some Things Last Forever

The exhibition Our Planet was created to artistically explore issues regarding the sustainability of our planet’s environment. It seems that nearly every day we hear about or witness something that is changing our planet’s climate and environment, and as artists our surroundings are a vital element in the creation of our work. In this show 23 artists explore what’s happening and what might be done to address the sustainability of our planet. Each work has an artist statement that connects it to the theme of the exhibition. A small group of artists led by Bob Doyle, artist and Greenwood Village resident, curated this show with the objective of connecting art to the environmental wonders, changes and threats we are now experiencing. We encourage all to join with us in creating powerful displays and messages that sensitize and motivate others to join in the preservation of our earthly home.

On Saturday, April 21st come on out with your families to celebrate Earth Day through fun hands-on art activities, educational lectures and demonstrations and meet the artists of the Our Planet Exhibit. 10am- Mayor's Tree Planting 10am- noon- Breakfast with the artists noon- 2pm- Earth Friendly art activities, live music and food trucks Event will take place both in the Curtis Center and at Curtis Park.

Curtis Arts and Humanities Center
2349 East Orchard Road
Greenwood Village, CO 80210
Monday - Friday: 8:30- 4:30; Saturdays - 10am - 4pm