Reflections and Ruminations
February 24 - Extended to March 20, 2021!
As of June 1st, our indoor galleries are reopen to the public. Visit our homepage for the most current information. A pre-purchased ticket is REQUIRED. We will not be selling tickets at the door, in order to maintain a safe environment throughout COVID-19.
Tickets can be reserved on the same day of your visit, if available.
Located at MOA's Indoor Galleries
Englewood Civic Center- 2nd Floor
1000 Englewood Parkway, Englewood, CO 80110
Directly Accessible via the Englewood C & D Light Rail Lines
FREE Parking Garage on south side of the Englewood Civic Center
Presenting Robert Rauschenberg, one of the most influential American artists of the 20th century!
Considered to be one of the most influential American artists of the 20th century and with more than 50 original artworks spanning 1962-2008, made up of major loans from private and institutional collections, this is the largest solo exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg's work ever presented in Colorado.
The exhibition explores Rauschenberg’s distinctively thoughtful process, by which he reproduced, transferred, multiplied and borrowed images and objects to revisit the experiences of his very full life. While connected with the broader trends of Pop art—especially in his use of images and objects from the media and consumer culture—Rauschenberg was able to infuse his works with an especially personal and intimate flavor, freely mixing content both from the wider world and from his own life.
Exhibition Admission $10, Children 5 and under FREE (reserved ticket is required for children 5 and under)
Catalog Available for $15 at the gallery . Catalogs may also be ordered online. Simply call 303-806-0444 ext. 0 or email us. There is a $5 postage fee.
Wednesday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm*
To accommodate for new social-distancing guidelines, MOA will implement the following in accordance with the City of Englewood directives:
-Accommodate no more than 10 patrons in the gallery space at a time. Hourly time slot tickets must be reserved online in advance to accommodate restricted guest attendance numbers (free child tickets for children 5 and under must be reserved).
-Require patrons to wear a mask when entering the Civic Center and maintain a minimum physical distance of 6-feet from others.
-Routinely sanitize all public areas of the museum.
-Implement the use of a registration ticket office to protect patrons and employees from close contact.
-If a guest requires special considerations, please let us know by calling in advance at 303-806-0444.
MOA asks any individual who feels ill to not visit and will honor full refunds / exchanges to those experiencing symptoms.
Admission is timed at hourly intervals and pre-purchased reserved tickets are required. We will not be selling tickets at the door. Select a day and time slot during which you would like to visit and your ticket will be valid for entry on the hour of the ticket. There is no time limit once admitted, however, we ask that as a courtesy to others, you keep your visit to no longer than an hour at peak times. The museum closes promptly at the posted closing time and the last admission is 1 hour prior to closing, so please allow yourself enough time to enjoy the exhibition.
*closed on federally observed holidays. Groups of no more than 6 people may schedule a visit in advance by contacting Outreach Coordinator, Jessica Brack at email@example.com or 303-806-0444.
September 1st- SCFD Free Day- Reserve your free tickets online (4 ticket limit per order).
November 3rd- SCFD Free Day- Reserve your free tickets online (4 ticket limit per order).
January 5th- SCFD Free Day- Reserve your free tickets online (4 ticket limit per order).
March 2nd- SCFD Free Day- Reserve your free tickets online (4 ticket limit per order).
(Reschedule pending)- CherryArts Mobile Printmaker.
Due to COVID-19, many events have been cancelled. We hope to recreate some events as we are able.
Curated by Dan Jacobs and Sarah Magnatta, PhD, of Dan Jacobs Associates.
Robert Rauschenberg. Autobiography. Offset lithograph on paper, 1990. Edition of 2,000. Collection of the Museum of Outdoor Arts.
Lily Appelman & Eugene Heller
Dr. Carol Goldstein & Henry Goldstein
CU Art Museum, University of Colorado Boulder
Madden Collection at the University of Denver
Universal Limited Art Editions
Supported in Part by:
National Endowment for the Arts
Colorado Creative Industries
City of Englewood
Modern in Denver