This heady exhibition examines the still-evolving legacy of Drop City, the nation’s first countercultural art commune, which took root near Trinidad in 1965. In this show curated by Los Angeles-based writer Jan Tumlir, glimpse paintings by the commune’s founder, Clark Richert, alongside works by younger artists who have been inspired by the Drop City legacy, such as collage artist David H. Bailey. By examining the intersection between the past and present, you can consider the influence counterculture trailblazers have on our views on current issues, including fracking and education reform. Wed-Sat noon-6 p.m.
- Arts and Exhibits
- Sep 16, 2016 to Nov 15, 2016