Fort Collins Masks 2015
Masks is an opportunity to celebrate and promote the creativity of Northern Colorado. Annually, about 200 local artists, students and other community members turn ceramic masks into works of art. These creations are displayed in a month-long exhibit and silent auction held at the museum. In addition, signature pieces are used in a live auction at the event’s gala. The silent auction of the masks at the museum closes during the First Friday Gallery Walk held in May. Masks is truly a community event in the sense that local artists create the art, the area business and individuals support the artists, and through this interaction the community supports the museum.
- Opening April 3, 2015
- Closing May 1, 2015
- Gala April 25, 2015 at Hilton Fort Collins
Every Tuesday starting on March 17th through April 14th, a new mask will be hidden on our website (FtCollinsHomes.com). Search for the hidden masks and when you find it, click on it to enter for a chance to win the GRAND PRIZE!
All participants will be instant winners of two FREE tickets to the Fort Collins Museum of Art’s Masks Exhibit!
The GRAND PRIZE includes two tickets to the Masks Gala, a black-tie evening featuring a silent auction (a $300 value) and a $30 Downtown Fort Collins Gift Card!
Find one or find all five – each mask you discover entitles you to one entry into the Grand Prize drawing (If you find three of the five masks, you will have three entries). Masks will only be hidden one page click away from the homepage.
Grand Prize Drawing
The Grand Prize winner will be drawn at 6:00pm MST on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 and contacted by 6:30pm the same day.
Thank you to all of our participants!
Review of Fort Collins Masks 2015
“It doesn’t matter if you have ventured down to the Fort Collins Museum of Art’s annual Masks fundraiser before or never at all. You need to make sure you head over to see it this year! Having attended the exhibit every year and participated for the past six, I can honestly say that the quality of masks have never been finer and more diverse, encompassing everything from the serene to the whimsical.” ~ Malini Bartels, Entertaining Fort Collins