Galleries of Contemporary Art
AWOL: Art Without Limits

Linda Fleming, The Cloak of the Motion, flame-cut steel, 1993. On display through December, 2018.

AWOL: Art Without Limits

GOCA Ent Center

Craig Colorusso, Linda Fleming, Jon Geiger, and Starr Kempf.

AWOL: Art WithOut Limits launched in 2008, featuring international, national and regional artists and collectives manifesting site-specific temporary projects outside the confines of the gallery walls with accompanying artistic residencies. Past programs include social practice projects, public sculpture, multi-disciplinary performances, and happenings across a wide range of venues. Creating community through shared experiences with art is a guiding goal of this program.

With the opening of the Ent Center for the Arts in January, 2018, AWOL launches a new and signficant phase on the grounds and in the interior spaces of this dynamic, 92,000 square foot multi-venue arts center on the UCCS north campus. In keeping with the parameters of the AWOL program, artworks will be non-permanent and in place for time periods spanning from 6 months to two years.

Significant funding has been generously provided for the new program by the Bee Vradenburg Foundation for the Arts and the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation to cover associated costs.

2017-18 Season Overview
The inaugural season at the Ent Center for the Arts feature internationally, nationally and regionally significant artists, including Craig Colorusso (Arkansas), Linda Fleming (San Francisco/Colorado/Nevada), Jon Geiger (Detroit), and Starr Kempf (England/Colorado). An exciting range of related public programs includes artistic residencies, artist lectures, performances, outdoor yoga sessions, and more - planned for spring 2018 and beyond.

For more information including artist bios, visit GOCA's website.