Gallery Exhibitions

The Lone Tree Arts Center Gallery is open during Box Office hours, between 10:00am and 4:00pm Monday - Friday and two hours before performances at the Arts Center. Occasionally, exhibitions will also host opening or closing receptions for extended viewing options. Artwork is available for purchase from the LTAC Box Office.

Special Exhibition: They Were All Stars

September 3 - 16, Free in the LTAC Lobby

Developed by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in conjunction with Kansas City’s hosting of Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game in 2012, this exhibit chronicles players from the Negro Leagues who became Major League All-Stars. From Jackie Robinson’s breaking of the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, until 1959 when the Boston Red Sox became the last team to integrate, 20 players from the Negro Leagues transitioned into the Majors and became All-Stars. Today, only three of that illustrious group of 20 are still alive: Hank Aaron (Indianapolis Clowns), Willie Mays (Birmingham Black Barons), and George Altman (Kansas City Monarchs). The exhibit showcases rare photos, biographical sketches, and other interesting factoids designed to give fans a greater understanding of the immediate impact that the Negro Leagues had on Major League Baseball.

This exhibit is in conjuction with the event The History of the Negro Baseball Leagues with Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum on September 13. 


Upcoming Show: Lone Tree Art Expo

The 18th Annual Lone Tree Art Expo is presented by the City of Lone Tree and the Lone Tree Arts Commission. This juried exhibition runs September 17th – November 18th, 2019 at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street, Lone Tree, Colorado, 80124. 

Deadline to apply - August 26th, 2019
Jurying - August 27th - 30th, 2019
Notification - September 1st, 2019
Exhibition - September 17th - November 18th, 2019
Drop-Off - September 16th, 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Opening Reception - September 26th, 7pm - 9pm
Pick-Up - November 19th, 3:30pm - 6:30pm


*"Gucci, Boston #1" by Robert Gratiot