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Dozens of Art Shows to See This Fall in Colorado

Melissa Thorne, Grove (detail), 2019.
Melissa Thorne, Grove (detail), 2019. Wes Magyar

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click to enlarge Get an up-close look at artists' creative spaces with this tour. - COURTESY FORT COLLINS ARTIST STUDIO TOUR AND SALE
Get an up-close look at artists' creative spaces with this tour.
Courtesy Fort Collins Artist Studio Tour and Sale
Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art: Bauhaus Centennial, through December 31. Colorado Abstract +10: A History, through January 12. $10, Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art, 1201 Bannock Street, 303-832-8576,
Longmont Museum: Ruckus Rodeo, through January 5. Día de los Muertos, through November 4. $8, Longmont Museum, 400 Quail Road, Longmont, 303-651-8374,
MCA Denver: Stacy Steers: Edge of Alchemy; Francesca Woodman: Portrait of a Reputation; and Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler: Flora, through April 5. Winners of the Octopus Initiative art-lending lottery selected the 15th of every month. $5-$8, MCA Denver, 1485 Delgany Street, 303-298-7554,
McNichols Building: Bauhaus 100: Design and Sustainability and Para Mi Pueblo: Chicano Murals of Colorado, through December 22. Free, McNichols Building, 144 West Colfax Avenue, 720-865-4220,
Museum of Outdoor Arts: Natura Obscura, through December 29. Ties Forward, through December. Robert Mangold: Sculpture on the Green II, through April. Various Denver locations, 303-806-0444,
Next Gallery: Holiday Show, November 22-December 31. Free, Next Gallery, 6851 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood, 303-433-4933,
PACE Center Art Gallery: Colorado Showcase: Good Things Come…, through December 20. Free, PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Avenue, Parker, 303-805-6800,

click to enlarge Elizabeth Aragon-Blanton is being inducted into Return of the Corn Mothers, a traveling photography exhibit. - COURTESY RETURN OF THE CORN MOTHERS
Elizabeth Aragon-Blanton is being inducted into Return of the Corn Mothers, a traveling photography exhibit.
Courtesy Return of the Corn Mothers
Return of the Corn Mothers: Inspiring Women of the Southwest: The traveling photography exhibit inducts eight Southwestern women as modern-day Corn Mothers (mythological Pueblo women who helped create the world). Through November 30, Rawlings Branch Library, 100 East Abriendo Avenue, Pueblo,

click to enlarge Yuri Pattison. Sunset Provision (detail), 2017. - COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND MOTHER'S TANKSTATION, DUBLIN AND LONDON.
Yuri Pattison. Sunset Provision (detail), 2017.
Courtesy of the artist and mother's tankstation, Dublin and London.
Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design: Patterns Artist Talks: Paul Pfeiffer, January 21. Yuri Pattison, February 18. 6:30 p.m., free with registration, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, 1600 Pierce Street, Lakewood,
The Schoolhouse Gallery: Curious Compositions, through January 4. Free, the Schoolhouse Gallery, 19650 East Mainstreet, Parker, 303-805-6800,
Spark Gallery: Barbara Baer, Gary Manuel and Rob Watt, November 21-December 15. Member Show, December 19-January 19. Annalee Schorr, Keith Howard and Judi Lightfield, January 23-February 16. Phillip Potter, Bill Ballas and J. Bruce Wilcox, March 19-April 12. Barbara Carpenter and Deborah Ryan, April 16-May 10. Free, Spark Gallery, 900 Santa Fe Drive, 720-889-2200,
Tansey Contemporary: Chris Hill: The Power of Line, through December 7. Free, Tansey Contemporary, 1743 Wazee Street, 720-596-4243,
UCCS Presents: Vadis Turner: Megaliths, through December 8. Great Expectations: 2020, January 3-March 7. Seat of Learning, February 27-May 16. Senior Visual Art Majors Exhibition, April 17-May 16. Ent Center for the Arts, 5225 North Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs, 719-255-32332,
Wild: Buffalo in Boulder: This exhibit combines fine art, natural science, film and conservation efforts to tell the tale of the magnificent shaggy beasts. Through January 12, $10, Museum of Boulder, 2205 Broadway, Boulder, 303-449-3464,

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