Littleton: Spirit of Community
This permanent exhibit depicts, through artifacts and text, the "Littleton Story" from its early beginnings to the the present.
Preserving Memory and Place
Exhibit dates: May 26, 2017 through February 18, 2018
Town Hall, the Denver & Rio Grande Depot and the Columbine Mercantile Company: these buildings are reminders of our shared cultural past. In a new exhibit, Preserving Memory and Place, the Littleton Museum seeks to show that our history and values can be experienced by observing the structures around us.
By introducing the concept of historic designation, and identifying familiar buildings in Littleton, visitors will learn more about the people, houses, architects, and buildings in our community. Utilizing a combination of artifacts and graphics, both newcomers and long-time residents will discover the values which drive our citizenry to use and preserve the buildings around us.
Eye of the Camera: Past Due
Exhibit dates: February 16 through March 25, 2018
The City of Littleton Fine Arts Board proudly presents the 52nd Annual Eye of the Camera art competition. Open to Colorado photographers, the competition explores the concept, “Past Due” and the inherent tension of expectation being out of sync with time. This year’s competition has been juried by Gary Reed, noted Denver commercial and fine art photographer. All of the pieces in the exhibit are available for purchase.
Best of Show Color: "Where are the Oats" by Karen Kirkpatrick
Best of Show Black & White: "Going to Temple" by JR Schnelzer
1st Place Color: "Snoqualmie Foggy Railroad Trestle" by Bridget Culip
1st Place Black & White: "Secrets of the Past" by Coreen Zuniga
2nd Place Color: "Comanche Drive Inn" by Tony Ortega
2nd Place Black & White: "Wheels and Gears" by William Wiebesiek