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Current and Upcoming Exhibits

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Littleton: Spirit of Community

This permanent exhibit depicts, through artifacts and text, the "Littleton Story" from its early beginnings to the the present.

Over the Top: Selling the First World War to a Nation Divided

Exhibit dates: July 27, 2018 through June 2, 2019

Prior to entering the war in 1917, many Americans were against joining the conflict in Europe. A series of dramatic events, including the sinking of the HMS Lusitania, prompted President Wilson to ask Congress for a declaration of war. Within days, the US government mounted the largest propaganda campaign ever seen. Its goal was to convince the American people that survival of the nation and democracy depended upon entering and winning the First World War. 

Using images and artifacts from the Littleton Museum's collection, visitors are invited to experience and learn about forms of propaganda and how it was used in World War I.

Eye of the Camera - Best of Show

Exhibit dates: April 19 through June 2, 2019

Photography exhibit featuring the work of 2018's Eye of the Camera Best of Show winners Karen Kirkpatrick and J. R. Schnelzer

UPCOMING EXHIBITS

54th Annual Eye of the Camera - Thematic Photography Competition
Call for Entries

We are seeking printed photographic work which explores the concepts of “Artificial/Natural.” Artificial is something made by humans, or an imitation or substitute for something natural. Natural is what is produced or arising from nature, or the world without human impact. The tension between artificial and natural is experienced by humans and animals on a daily basis. Surprise us with your interpretation!

Related ideas include:

Wild or uncultivated
Synthetic or man-made
Real vs false
Imitation or simulation
Real vs imaginary worlds
Manufactured vs grown

Be sure to include a short statement on how your work relates to the theme of “Artificial/Natural.”

All submissions must be made through CaFE beginning Monday, December 9, 2019 
Entry deadline: Midnight on Friday, January 31, 2020 
www.CallforEntry.org
Juror: TBD
Exhibition Dates: March 20 to April 26, 2020

 

54th Annual Own an Original - Thematic Fine Art Competition
Call for Entries

In recent years, American culture has idealized the saying: “It’s the journey, not the destination.” A destination is really the end for which something or someone is intended. Alternatively, it is the place toward which someone or something is going or sent. With so much focus on the journey, has the end point lost its meaning? What if the reason or objective of the journey held more value than the voyage itself?

For this year’s Own An Original fine art competition, we are seeking artwork (except photography) which explores the concept of “Destination.” Surprise us with your interpretation!

Related ideas include:

Terminus
Goal
Last stop
End point
Purpose
Objective
Resolution
Journey’s end
Limit

Be sure to include a short statement on how your work relates to the theme of “Destination.”

All submissions must be made through CaFE beginning on Tuesday, September 3, 2019
www.CallforEntry.org
Entry deadline: Midnight on Friday, October 18, 2019
Juror: TBD
Exhibition Dates: November 22 to December 29, 2019

 

PAST EXHIBITS

Eye of the Camera - EVOKE

Exhibition Dates: February 22 through March 24, 2019

The City of Littleton Fine Arts Board proudly presents the 53rd Annual Eye of the Camera art competition.
Open to Colorado photographers, the competition explores the concept of “Evoke.”

This year’s competition has been juried by Gary Emerich, a fine art photographer, who has exhibited
regionally and nationally, and is represented by Robischon Gallery in Denver. All of the pieces in the
exhibit are available for purchase.

 2019 Winners:

  • Best of Show - Gabrielle Graves, A Temporary Martyr
  • 1st Place - Devin Johnson, Healing Process: Privacy; Shinjuku Crosswalk
  • 2nd Place - Steffany Wing, Youth Won't Stop
  • Honorable Mention - Robert Hyatt, Imagined Landscape No. 115
  • Honorable Mention - Peter York, Unity