Into the Rearview Mirror: A Look Back at 2020 Exhibition

Into the Rearview Mirror: A Look Back at 2020 ExhibitionLone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St.thu04mar(mar 4)12:00 amsun23may(may 23)11:59 pm

Event Details

March 4 – May 23

Lone Tree Arts Center

For specific viewing hours please call the Lone Tree Box Office at 720.509.1000

Visit to view the virtual gallery tour and more details on the show.

The Lone Tree Arts Center is hosting an exhibition, Into the Rearview Mirror: A Look Back at 2020. This exhibit takes a look back at the unparalleled events of 2020 through the responses of visual artists. Themes such as isolation, social justice, COVID-19, human connection, and hope come through in this collection of work from artists in Colorado and across the globe. This collection is made up of 52 pieces of varying mediums and the perspective of 29 artists that range from professional to emerging.  The exhibit was curated by Colleen Fanning with input from the Lone Tree Arts Commission.

An online gallery will also be available for viewing, as well as an interactive 3D tour and short video tour, to provide those who can’t come see it in person with the opportunity to take in this beautiful show.

The facility is wheelchair accessible.


Opening Virtual Reception: Wednesday, March 17th at 6:30pm live streamed on Lone Tree Arts Center’s Facebook and YouTube Channel.

Join the exhibit’s curator and moderator for the evening, Colleen Fanning, as she dives into this collection and the diverse works that fill the gallery space during this livestream opening tour. As Colleen takes you through each piece of the collection, she will share her insight into the work and why it tells such an important piece of the 2020 story. Throughout the event, there will be appearances from some of the participating artists and the opportunity to get a more in depth picture of their work within the exhibit and how 2020 has affected them as an artist.


March 4 (Thursday) 12:00 am - May 23 (Sunday) 11:59 pm

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Health Guidelines for this Event

Masks Required
Physical Distance Maintained
Other Health Guidelines COVID-19 Guidelines Face coverings are required as part of the Tri-County Health Department public health order. Remember to keep your face covering over your nose and mouth at all times. If you arrive without a face covering, we’re happy to provide you with one. If you would rather not wear a face covering, you will need to wait to come back until these guidelines are lifted. Individuals that are 10 and older are required to wear face coverings, and those ages 2-10 are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings. A face shield is not an acceptable face covering. Six feet of distance must be maintained between non-household members while in the facility. LTAC has received designation as a Certified COVID Best Practices Business through the 5 Star State Certification Program. The COVID Best Practices Business Certification Program is a voluntary local certification program that enables businesses to operate at a sustainable capacity while ensuring compliance with COVID-19 transmission controls and best practices.
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