The Canyon Gallery and other exhibit spaces

As the Main Library goes through an extensive renovation process in 2013-2014, the Canyon Gallery will be utilized as an alternative location for significant portions of library materials during construction. Consequently, the gallery space is not scheduling exhibitions until 2015. The exhibit selection committee will convene in October, 2014 to begin selecting exhibits for the gallery’s schedule as it resumes normal operations.

Contact Canyon Gallery Curator Greg Ravenwood at 303-441-4397 or ravenwoodg@boulderlibrary.org for information about submitting proposals.

Located near sparkling Boulder Creek, the Canyon Gallery is an airy public gallery that showcases the work of Boulder and regional artists as well as national and international exhibits. All exhibitions are free and open to the public during regular library hours. For more information, visit our exhibits proposal page.

Other exhibit spaces at the Main Library include the Arapahoe Ramp and the Teen Art Gallery in the south wing, and the Boulder Arts Resource corridor and the Boulder Arts Commission office in the north wing. Display space is also available at the Meadows Branch Library. Information about these exhibit spaces is available on our exhibits proposal page.

Past Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits