About Foothills Art Center
We are proud to be Golden’s artistic, community hub—a place where everyone can come together to share, learn, and grow through creative expression. We create stronger community through art.
The Foothills Art Center was established in 1968 when a group of local artists originally known as the Michonia Watercolor Society bought the First Presbyterian Church building to have a permanent location for their work. Since that time, Foothills Art Center has grown and evolved to offer a broad range of exhibits, events, and programming for artists and community members. In order to meet the needs of our community into the future, we will be expanding into the historic Astor House in downtown Golden in 2023.
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Guest Services Associate
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William F. Deeley
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Betsy A. Thorpe
Executive Director, University Honors and Scholars Programs
Assistant Provost for the Student Signature Experience
Colorado School of Mines
Executive Director, Chief Operations Officer, Chief Digital Officer
Director of Exhibitions & Learning Engagement; Head Curator of Art
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Do you want to champion art for all, amplify artists, provoke thinking and dialogue, and build community through art? If so, we would love to have you on our team of volunteers and staff.
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