Two big shows open on Saturday, February 18, at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 30 West Dale Street. Photographer Larry Hulst started shooting rock concerts in the late ’60s so that he could come away from a show “with something more original than a T-shirt,” he says. His photographs have appeared in numerous publications, including Rolling Stone, as well as on Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton and Grateful Dead album covers and the walls of the Los Angeles International Airport. In Front Row Center, he'll display 58 of his photographs that showcase music legends from the past fifty years. Painter Don Coen, who grew up on a farm in Lamar, began his art career painting abstract works – but he has spent the past two decades working on a series of fifteen paintings of migrant workers, based on photographs he captured across the rural United States. He says this work depicts a part of the country most people never bother to look at, and he hopes it will bring much-needed attention to farmworkers nationwide. Both shows run through May 21 and are included with the museum's $15 admission; for more information, go to csfineartscenter.org.