The Littleton Museum presents the artwork of Gabrielle Graves and Courtney Cotton, 2019 winners of the Eye of the Camera and Own an Original exhibits, respectively.
*Due to COVID-19, the Littleton Museum remains closed until further notice. Until it reopens, enjoy the digital exhibit linked above as well as the following list of digital programs available via the museum's website and social media.
List of Online Exhibit Programming
May 22, 2020 - Online Exhibit Opens
June 5, 2020 at 4 p.m. MST - Studio Tour/Artist Talk with Courtney Cotton
Visit facebook.com/LittletonMuseum/live/ to see a live stream video with artist Courtney Cotton as she shows us her studio and tells us about her creative process. Q&A can be accessed through Facebook messsaging or by calling 669-900-6833 and when prompted enter webinar id: 997 9720 8188 and password: 342413. Use *9 to raise your hand in order to be given access to ask your question.
June 12, 2020 at 4 pm MST – Artist Talk with Gabrielle Graves
Visit facebook.com/LittletonMuseum/live to see a live stream video with artist Gabrielle Graves as she talks about her current body of work and her unique photographic process. Q&A can be accessed through Facebook messaging or by calling 669-900-6833 and when prompted enter webinar id: 980 3578 3184 and password: 201289. Use *9 to raise your hand in order to be given access to ask your question.
June 26, 2020 - Virtual Tour/Exhibit Video Release
*Postponed - Because we wanted to provide you with the best virtual tour experience possible for the per·spec·tives exhibit, we are pushing back our release date while we update the necessary equipment and software. We promise to have the tour posted to our website for viewing as soon as possible, so please be sure to follow us on social media for the announcement once it is ready to go. In the meantime, enjoy this short video of the exhibit installation!
Other Digital Exhibit Resources
Activity cards are a great way for people of all ages to engage with the exhibit. A small postcard provides prompts and questions to help people look more closely at the artwork and reflect upon the artist's intent as well as their own life experiences.