NARM Quarterly Winter 2021 - Page 6

California Agriculture Museum

Woodland, California

530-666-9700

www.californiaagmuseum.org

The California Agriculture Museum is home to the nation’s most unique collection of tractors and agricultural artifacts. Interactive exhibits and special events tell the history of the agricultural industry from farm to fork, dating back to the Gold Rush era. Hear local storytellers boast of how California food producers did things bigger and better. California agriculture equipment evolved from horse drawn, to steam driven, to fuel powered machines and our galleries and corridors will wind you by harvesters, wheel and crawler track-type tractors, combines, trucks, art and photo galleries showing it all.

Boulder, Colorado

www.eastwindow.org

east window is a unique viewing space for art, located in Boulder, Colorado. Since opening its doors in May 2020, east window has continued to create exhibition opportunities for underrepresented artists. We strive to provide a safe space for artists to begin conversations about their work and to forge lasting relationships with other artists and communities along the Front Range and beyond. Much of the work exhibited at east window is focused on

Center for the Arts Evergreen

Evergreen, Colorado

303-674-0056

evergreenarts.org

Center for the Arts Evergreen provides quality art instruction, exhibitions, and events. Our main gallery showcases local and nationally-acclaimed artists in both curated and juried exhibitions. We offer myriad educational opportunities for adults and children in the visual arts, writing, and art history. In September of 2017, the Center moved into the newly renovated and historic Bergen Park Church which features a retail shop filled with artisan handmade gifts for any occasion. Visit often for monthly cultural events, concerts, lectures, artist demos, wine tastings, and much more.

east window

prevalent social issues relative to the featured artist's intimate experiences of those issues. Our goal at east window is to engage with individual artists and collectives whose work stimulates critical thought and creative action in order to inspire possibilities for a more socially just, equitable, accessible and inclusive world.