Repurposed frames, bailing twine, canvas, resin
This year, the Museum of Outdoor Arts is relocating its headquarters from Englewood to new offices within Marjorie Park at Fiddler’s Green in Greenwood Village. To represent this change through referencing an indoor museum environment, The Framed Worlds installation invites the audience to travel from world to world. The little figures along the boardwalk were named DaBs – after the Design and Build Program- and CAMs – to thank the University of Colorado Denver’s College of Arts and Media studios that have housed our artists during the 8-week program. This interactive installation extends along the path and is expected to evolve as passersby accompany the Museum in this transitionary period.
Design and Build 2022: Curiosities
On View July 27 – December 15, 2022
Eight emerging artist interns came together over the summer, through our annual Design and Build Summer Internship Program, to collaboratively create several unique, site-specific installations for MOA’s Marjorie Park in only 8 weeks! Emerging artists worked under the direction of our 2022 Artist Fellow, Scottie Burgess, and Resource Artist, Walter Ware, with additional support from Reece Bailey.
The theme provided to the artists in 2022 was “curiosities.” Join us for the opening reception to see these unique installations throughout Marjorie Park.
Tianyue (Sandra) He
The creation of our 2022 projects were generously supported through a facilities partnership with the University of Colorado Denver, College of Arts and Media and Metropolitan State University of Denver. Artworks were created within the sculpture fabrication studios on Auraria campus.