Look Into the Future of RMCAD
5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Thursday, October 19
Special Announcement at 6:15 p.m.
RMCAD’s Texas Building
This event is free and open to the public.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Creativity is dynamic, and thrives on a diet of constant progress. Founded on the drive to unite a community of creatives, RMCAD has been instilling students with a passion for innovation and lifelong learning for more than fifty years. It’s time to celebrate this evolution of awesomeness, together.
Come together with fellow students, faculty and the Denver creative community for a dynamic night of art, design and good times. Catch a Glimpse of interior renovations, technology innovations, gallery receptions, and more as you take in the collective power of our vibrant, creative campus.
Special Activities Include:
Reception | Ribbon Cutting | Gallery Openings | Student Showcase | Alumni Artwork | Open Labs | VR Demos | Photo Booth | New Technology | Giveaways | Bonfire (With Smores!) | Food + Drinks
Selena Román | Please Disturb | Philip J. Steele Gallery
Contemporary photographer Selina Román peers into the psyche of her subjects in this mesmerizing and thought-provoking exhibition. Her photographs, which incorporate playfully intimate interactions of people in undisclosed motel rooms, gives us an evocative glimpse into the relationships we build and the spaces we choose to inhabit.
Lauren Clay | Field of the Knower | Philip J. Steele Gallery
Contemporary artist Lauren Clay offers her unique spin on site-specific installations in this unconventional exhibition. Incorporating immersive marbleized wall treatments and abstract paper mâché sculptures, the New Yorker transforms the existing walls and architectural details of the gallery into panoramic waves of psychedelic splendor.
Paul Keefe + Justin Camilli | Rotunda Gallery
This exhibition by Denver-based artists Keefe and Camilli will be the last of the Gallery’s year-long visiting artist gallery exhibition series.
Megan Bray | Rude Gallery
Student artist Megan Bray explores how mental states impact inspiration, creativity, and forward momentum. Viewers can move through the (mind) space or linger on the forms, which are symbols of both the artist’s mental barriers and helping hands.