Let us introduce ourselves.....
About the Aurora Artists Guild
The Aurora Artists Guild was founded in 1960 to encourage, educate, and promote the fine arts, including fine
art photography. This is accomplished in monthly meetings, as well as a variety of venues for members to show their artwork.
Past venues have included the The Community Arts Center and Gallery of Lakewood, The Anschutz Gallery on the University of Colorado. The Arapahoe Justice Center I and II. Many shows in local small business establishments, Smoky Hill Library, Aurora History Museum, English Tealeaves, Colorado Wildlife Experience, and Stella’s Coffee House.
The Aurora Artists Guild meets at The Garden Plaza, 14221 East Evans Avenue, Aurora, CO 80044. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month (with the exception of July and December) at 7:00 PM.
Meetings include instructional demonstrations as well as opportunities for social networking.
The Aurora Artists Guild
Is a non-profit organization to foster and perpetuate the ideals of visual fine arts. Opportunities are provided to associate together, to realize the advantages and pleasures of art, to impress a sense of obligation for the arts; to maintain a state of constructive criticism and helpful advice; to instill a spirit of friendship and community loyalty; to
receive, preserve, and display art for a greater knowledge and appreciation; to provide instruction and education through workshops and classes.