The original exhibition was at the Colorado State Capitol from May to Dec 2023. From Dec. 2023 through 2025, portions of the exhibition will travel to Front Range and Western Slope locations.

April 11, 2024 Opening Reception

April 27, 2024 Featured evening event for the Fort Lewis USDA Climate Summit

4:00 – 4:30 p.m.  Talk by Holly Barnard and Jocelyn Catterson

May 1 – June 1, 2024

Featured in the gallery’s first friday on May 3 and in a session at the Colorado Creative Industries Summit, May 9, 2024

Read about the opening event here: KUNC’s coverage of the exhibition opening

Opening Reception Friday, Dec 15, 2023 5:30-8pm Old Masonic Hall

Light refreshments served. Featuring short talks by CASE Fellows Hannah Taylor and Noah Molotch and Beth Johnston and Kendi Davies

Opening Reception Thursday, Jan. 18, 5:30 – 7:30 pm SEEC Featuring short talks by CASE Fellows Darya Warner and Suzanne Anderson and Amy Hoagland and Tania Schoennagel

Opening Reception Thursday, February 8, 4:00 – 7:00 pm Featuring talks and activities by Ben Liven and TJ Smith • Main Library

Featured Videos

Opening event 5/19/23: Artist Beth Johnston and Scientist Kendi Davies on beetle kill in Monarch Pass.
Opening event 5/19/23: Artist Hannah Taylor and Scientist Noah Molotch on snowpack at Dillon Resevoir
Opening event 5/19/23: Artist Maddie Sanders and Scientist Nicole Brooks on acid mine drainage in Durango.
Opening event: Artist Dennis Doyle and Scientist Bri Dobson on air pollution in Commerce City

CASE Artist and Scientist Affiliated Events

March 8-10, 2024
Jocelyn Catterson at the Monte Vista Crane Festival

Making the Invisible Visible – Enjoy artist Jocelyn Catterson’s work addressing the natural resource issue of ground water recharge in the San Luis Valley.

June 15-18, 2023
Beth Johnston at the Mountain Arts Summit
Crested Butte

CASE Fellow Beth Johnston will be a featured artist and teacher at the Mountain Arts Summit. Her current work, created in collaboration with CU Boulder ecologists, explores the cascading impacts and underlying conditions of beetle kill in Colorado. Her work will be on view in Crested Butte during June. Learn more