Current Exhibition

Wearable Art 
December 2, 2022 – January 27, 2023

Wearable Art includes all forms of artwork that adorns the body. Jewelry created with silver, gold and alternative materials, sculptural collar pieces, hair accessories, hats, upcycled clothing, hand-dyed silks, one-of-a-kind aprons, painted sneakers, pom-pom earrings and so much more! All works are for sale.

 

Wearable Art opens for the Telluride Arts Holiday Bazaar on December 2 from 4-7pm. The exhibition will be open during regular school hours, Monday-Friday from 9-5. Additional special events include Noel Night on December 7 until 6:00pm and Artwalk December 15th until 8:00pm.

 

Artists Featured: Amy Jean Boeble, Amy Schilling, Angela Dye, Nancy Craft, Kathy Green, Matthesius & Barendse, Lisa Issenberg, Kristin Lora, Frontera – Chayse Romero, Flair Robinson, Fran Windsor, Joanie Schwarz, Kathleen Morgan, Rachel Burke, Melissa Sumpter, Metal Rock Designs – Tony Finnochio, Tracey Belt.

 

In conjunction with Wearable Art, Ah Haa is offering Enameled Penny Rings Workshop with regional jeweler, Tracey Belt on Friday 12/9 & Saturday 12/10.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Westward Bound AMERICAN ACADEMY OF BOOKBINDING

Guest Curator Alicia Bailey

2/2 – 2/24/23

MOUNTAINFILM:

ERIC HANSON

BLUEPLANET VR

5/22 – 5/29/23
Freedom of expression is crucial for the development of strong communities and individual spirits. 
 

Named in honor of the founder of Ah Haa School for the Arts, The Daniel Tucker Gallery & Exhibitions Program strives to facilitate opportunities for people to discover, explore, and nurture their own creativity through exhibition, programmatic participation, and observation. To this end, all exhibitions and installations in the Daniel Tucker Gallery are curated in a manner that adheres to the following principles:

 

CELEBRATING CREATIVITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION, VALUE TO COMMUNITY, INTERGENERATIONAL INTERACTIVE LEARNING and COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS.
 
Contact Exhibitions Manager, Kris Kwasinewski, Kris@ahhaa.org
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