New NEST Fall Showcase

New NEST Fall Showcase

NEST Studio for the Arts is thrilled to announce the unveiling of new public artwork on the exterior of the CASE building and at the Dairy Arts Center, accessible and visible from socially-distanced, outside environments. Artist and researcher Nina Elder recently...
NEST and the Firehouse Art Center

NEST and the Firehouse Art Center

The Firehouse Art Center is Longmont’s leading contemporary art center featuring national and local artists with well over a dozen exhibitions a year. Their beautiful National Historic Landmark building features two exhibition spaces, and over 1,000 square feet of...
Wild Thing: Space Invaders

Wild Thing: Space Invaders

The second season of “Wild Thing” is almost here—arriving on Earth, September 17! Introducing “Wild Thing: Space Invaders,” about the ongoing search for extraterrestrial life. We are proud to have been able to contribute toward the sponsoring...
Invisible Disruption

Invisible Disruption

—Invisible Disruption is contributed by 2019 NEST Fellows Denise Fernandes and Shelby McAuliffe. The Anthropocene has come to define our policies, governance mechanisms, resource use, activism, social and political conflict, and also the art of visualization....
Our Obligate Future

Our Obligate Future

—Our Obligate Future: Exploring the Delicate Relationship Between the Yucca Moth and Her Tree is contributed by 2019 NEST Community Grant recipient Nicole Banowetz. In obligate mutualism, one organism cannot survive without the other. Both organisms have evolved in...
Who is in your backyard?

Who is in your backyard?

—Who is in your backyard?: Celebrating Earth Day from home! is contributed by 2019 NEST Fellow Joanne Marras Tate. Today we celebrate the 50th Earth Day. Differently than other years, today, we are not able to go to some of our favorite natural areas to enjoy and...