Thornton Arts & Culture Center (TACC) and OZ Gallery have re-opened to the public with new days and hours: Tuesday - Friday, 1 - 5 p.m. Safety protocols including physical distancing, face masks, and temperature checks will be used by staff. The public is encouraged to do the same when in our facility. For the most up-to-date information about Arts Thornton programs, please visit our events calendar, email or call 720-977-5880.

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June 2 - September 25, Tuesday – Friday, 1 – 5 p.m.

OZ Gallery, Thornton Arts and Culture Center, 9209 Dorothy Blvd., Thornton

Light sculptures, video, and sound will envelop viewers in our gallery/meditation space. This site-specific installation uses the light sculptures of artists Dorothy Tanner and Mel Tanner, and the video art and music of Marc Billard and Dorothy Tanner, to create a soothing space for reflection and contemplation. Visitors can meditate or engage in free association drawing using their own supplies. 

Admission is free. Maximum of 10 people in the gallery. Children under 12 must attend with an adult; safety protocols enforced. All information is subject to change. Walk in's welcome or sign up for a spot in advance here.

Image: Deep Space by Mel Tanner

ArtsThornton Virtual Art Club

Thursdays 2 - 3 p.m. 

June 4, 11, 25

July 9, 23

Click here to join us online!

Heidi West and Angel Estrada, art teachers at Thornton High School and artist residents at the Globeville Riverfront Arts Center, are teaming up with Arts Thornton and the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) to host five Virtual Art Clubs starting Thursday, June 4 – July 23.  

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