Molly Berger, Eric Stewart, Jennifer Ling Datchuk

Gold Hill Art Project

Molly Berger, Eric Stewart, Jennifer Ling Datchuk

Gold Hill Art Project

about the exhibition

Gold Hill Art Project
Molly Berger, Eric Stewart, Jennifer Ling Datchuk

Date

August 6th – September 5th, 2016


Free + Open to the Public


Launch Party: August 6, 5pm


Public Hours: 10am - 5pm Saturdays and Sundays from August 7 – September 5.

General Information

The Gold Hill Art Project brings together a series of site-specific contemporary art installations situated in cabins and open spaces in the historic mining town of Gold Hill.

 GOLD HILL ART PROJECT


The Gold Hill Art Project brings together a series of site-specific contemporary art installations situated in cabins and open spaces in the historic mining town of Gold Hill. Three Black Cube Artist Fellows – Molly Berger, Jennifer Ling Datchuk and Eric Stewart – have created new works that respond to the local history and surrounding landscape. Collectively these artworks draw together layers of past and present. They form a walking art tour that offers visitors alternative ways of experiencing this unique place.


The Gold Hill Art Project is curated by Black Cube’s Guest Curator Laurie Britton Newell.


Opening Hours and Events 


Launch Party: August 6, 5pm – 9pm. Please RSVP at our Facebook event page. 


Buses: There will be two bus services from the South side of Boulder Public Library on Arapaho Avenue departing at 4:45pm and 6:00 then returning at 9pm and the second. Please note there are limited places and must be pre-booked, priority will given to people with mobility issues. Please contact hello@blackcubeart.org to reserve a place. 


Public Hours: 10am - 5pm Saturdays and Sundays from August 7 – September 5.


Tours: Guided tours of the Gold Hill Art Project take place at 10:30am every Saturday and Sunday and start at the Black Cube tent.


Workshops: A program of free workshops, including ceramic and photography workshops for adults and children, and outdoor film screenings will take place on the following Sundays: August 14, 21, 28 and September 4.


*For further information and how to book a place in a workshop please see the Eventbright Page.


Please Note: There is limited cell reception and no gas station in Gold Hill. 


Download: the Site/Sound podcast before heading to Gold Hill, it makes a nice walking tour and provides behind the scenes details on the Gold Hill Art Project

A HUGE thank you to our sponsors Hazel's Beverage WorldAvery Brewing Company and Boulder Beer Company.