Exhibits

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Drop City: Photographs
by Myron Wood


March 6 through April 19

View photographs taken of Drop City by Photographer Myron Wood. In 1973 the Pueblo Regional Library, now Pueblo City-County Library District, commissioned Myron Wood to establish a photographic archive documenting the land, people, architecture, and folkways of Southern Colorado, some 10,000 photographs were produced for the archive. This exhibition highlights a selection of his work that show views of Drop City in 1967 and 1977.

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Drop City 50: Poster Contest Winners


March 6 through April 19

Drop City 50 is a Southern Colorado celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Drop City, an innovative community, founded near Trinidad, Colorado that embraced art, architecture, and resourceful living. The Spring 2015 commemoration highlights the unique slice of American history and culture associated with Drop City through visual and performing arts, film, exhibits, interactive presentations and special guest speakers throughout the region. The winners of the Pueblo Archaeological and Historical Society sponsored poster contest will be announced and the top ten posters will be exhibited.

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BAM! Its a Picture Book: The Art Behind Graphic Novels

April 30 - July 26

Organized by the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature in Abilene, Texas this exhibit features framed art prints from today’s popular author’s and graphic artists. Featured artists are Mark Crilley, author and illustrator of Akiko, Billy Clikk, and Miki Falls, Matthew Holm, illustrator of the BABYMOUSE graphic novels, Jarrett J. Krosoczka, author and illustrator of the Lunch Lady graphic novels, Lincoln Peirce, author and illustrator of the Big Nate book Series, and Raina Telgemeier, author and illustrator of the recently published DRAMA, graphic novel, SMILE, her graphic novel memoir, and she adapted and illustrated the Babysitters Club graphic novels.