Sep 09 2016
Michael Theodore: micro/macro Exhibition Opening presented by UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art at GOCA 1420, Colorado Springs CO

Michael Theodore: micro/macro Exhibition Opening

Presented by UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art at GOCA 1420

Inspired by observations and experiences of the natural world, Theodore creates dynamic fields of color, light, and sound in a variety of mediums. Theodore holds faculty appointments at the University of Colorado, Boulder with the College of Music (music composition and technology), the Department of Art and Art History (by courtesy), and is Director of the ATLAS Institute’s Center for Media, Arts and Performance, an incubator for experimental media created with technology. Theodore received degrees from Amherst College, Yale (MM), and UCSD (PhD). Theodore’s works, including interactive kinetic installations, sound and light works, moving images, and musical compositions have been presented across the United States, and in Mexico, Trinidad y Tobago, Greece, Spain, Germany, Sweden, France, Australia, Japan, and China. 

Please note that parking is free on the UCCS campus on Friday after 4pm.

The gallery is located in Centennial Hall (formerly the Science Building) in the heart of the UCCS campus. Details:

Admission Info


Dates & Times

2016/09/09 - 2016/09/09

Additional time info:

Artist talk at 5:30

Location Info

GOCA 1420

5225 North Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80918