The Aurora Cultural Arts District is opening up a pop up gallery space at the Stanley Marketplace on March 15th, 2017. ATOWN ART will be located in space E201 on the second floor. We're thrilled to be able to showcase Aurora Artists at this new breakthrough space!

We are curating the space and are looking for the best visual art is Aurora! We'll also be showcasing classes, pop up theatre and more special events. If you are interested in participating please email Tracy Weil at for more information. If you'd like to show your work please email images of the pieces you'd like to exhibit. (include dimensions, medium and price) We are looking for artists that have a connection to Aurora, Colorado. Also please include a short bio. Our committee will be selecting approximately 30 works for this gallery setting. We will also have display cases for smaller items including jewelery, sculpture and crafts. Our goal is showcase the diversity of Aurora and all the great artists we have.

UPDATE: Travelers of the Lost Dimension will be using the space several times each week as a part of their pop up performance at the Stanley over the next few months. Visitors will be able to view the work exhibited at ATOWN ART daily. We are also asking artists to donate some time to help sit the gallery as part of showing their work. The gallery will only take a 25% commisson on all works sold. Send us your images ASAP!

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