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    Dream City 2020: Through the Eyes of the Artist-Past, Present and Future

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    December 5, 2008 - January 10, 2009


    Dream City 2020: Through the Eyes of the Artist-Past, Present and Future

    The Dream City initiative has inspired community collaborations centered in artistic and creative production. The Fine Arts Center, in partnership with COPPeR, the Gazette, FutureSelf, and Pikes Peak Community College, present Dream City 2020: Through the Eyes of the Artist-Past, Present and Future. To represent the past, a selection of historic photographs by Harry L. Standley from the collection of the Pioneers Museum will be on view. These photographs capture the nostalgia of Colorado Springs’ past with views of Tejon St. and other familiar places. Our present and visions for the future are showcased through the works by artists with very different perspectives. New works by beloved local professional artists Jay Miller and Laura Ben-Amots will be on view alongside works from up-and-coming amateur student artists. All their works were inspired by one particular photograph by Standley as a point of departure, and the finished outcome gives the viewer a sense of pride and hope for our city--a “Dream City” that can be envisioned and become a reality.

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    You can view the exhibit Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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