Remembering the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts.
In 2009 the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts, a space for emerging artists, was founded. This was its website for a number of years. In 2018 Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts closed doors and reopened as the Cross Currents Gallery.
The new owners of the domain have chosen to keep the memory of this popular gallery alive. Content is from the site's archived pages as well as from other outside sources.
Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts is permenantly closed.
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About the Center for Visual Arts
The Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts was founded in 2009 to support emerging artists and foster the visual arts in the Yampa Valley region.
The Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts (CVA) was founded in 2009 by Board President, Linda Laughlin. Through continued support of emerging artists, youth, and community, the CVA is a (501)(c)(3) nonprofit organization and community art center dedicated to the art presence in Steamboat Springs and other surrounding communities of the beautiful Yampa Valley region. We are a collaboration of community supporters, volunteers, and over 30 local artist members. Our members are showcased through offered exhibition space regardless of commercial viability. Become a member and add your resources to support our early to mid-career experienced artists through various programs.
Community support has been provided by the generosity of our community members and grants from the following:
Yampa Valley Community Foundation
City of Steamboat Springs
The Woodside Foundation
Jennifer Lea Foundation
Thank you for helping to make the visual arts an important part of the cultural experience in our community! For further information on supporting the CVA through your tax-deductible membership and donations,
Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts • 837 Lincoln Avenue • P.O .Box 775909, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477
Gallery Hours Tues.-Sun. 11 am - 5 pm. / Extended evening hours Holiday weeks and Summer months
First Friday Artwalk
FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK LISTINGS
April 6, 2018 5 pm – 8 pm
ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS
CENTER FOR VISUAL ARTS 837 Lincoln Ave. | 970.846.8119 Local art at its best with lots of new work this month. Check out the new Linda Israel Signature Gallery. Complimentary wine. www.steamboatartcenter.com
GALLERY 89 1009 Lincoln Ave. | 970.439.8196 Exquisite collection of the Boat's top local talents and internationally-renowned artists
JACE ROMICK GALLERY 833 Lincoln Ave. | 970.846.8377 Jace Romick Gallery is now open at its new location 833 Lincoln Ave across from FM Light & Sons. Featuring the fine art photography and custom frames of Jace Romick,
PINE MOON FINE ART 117 9th St. | 970.879.2787 IN BLOOM, celebrating the upcoming season in oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, glass art, fiber art, mono prints, bronze sculptures, photography and jewelry.
RED West ‘POP UP : To appear or occur suddenly or unexpectedly”. Coming soon to the west end of the street, a fresh new view to the downtown Creative District. Modern, Different. Contemporary.
STEAMBOAT ART MUSEUM 807 Lincoln Ave. | 970.870.1755 Last chance, don’t miss out! Imagining the West Exhibit closes April 7th . Live Music- Store Giveaway- New work by local artists
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS ARTS COUNCIL AT THE DEPOT 1001 13th St. | 970.879.9008 Art Works by the wonderful talented students of Routt County. Student works from all over the county will be featured.
W GALLERY 115 9th Street, Lincoln Ave. | 970.846.1783 “Winged Creatures and other Heroes”, S. Schiesser. Fantasy creatures acting while unobserved; walking on water, wearing costumes – stretching the fabric of reality
WILD HORSE GALLERY 802 Lincoln Ave. | 970-819-2850 Wild Horse Gallery will feature oil paintings by Richard Galusha…and Timber will be in attendance. For more information call 970-819- 2850 or go to www.wildhorsegallery.com
STEAMBOAT SMOKEHOUSE 912 Lincoln Ave. | 941.321.2809 YBC Gallery @Smokehouse hosts a unique group show this month, SCRAP. Members were asked to create work made exclusively from found or scrap materials, things that would otherwise end up in the dump. Stop in and see what our fabulous members have created this month! Tag your fave @youngbloodscollective
URBANE 703 Lincoln Ave. | 970.879.9169 Local Artists Saige Mateo, Sheldon Sickles and Lucas Laverty showcase a wide variety of their works. Wood transfers, sketches, hand crafted knives, skateboards and more!
December 2017: Linda Israel Signature Opening
September 2017: Crane Festival Art
July 2017: Artist's Studio Tours
June/July 2017: "30 Days and 30 Nights" Artist Challenge
April/May 2017: "Breaking Boxes" Young bloods Collective Show
March 2017: "Roomful of Views" Small Works Show
February 2017: Art Talk - "Walking in the Footsteps of Van Gogh" Deb Babcock
December 2016: "12 x 12" Small Works Show