Imaginary Maps Exhibit: Expeditions to Uncover Apocryphal, Unsubstantiated and Forbidden Places

Imaginary Maps stretches across the borders of traditional cartography to take us on fascinating, insightful journeys meant to intrigue and inspire. The exhibition is a kind of atlas, or, more accurately, an anti-atlas, whose purpose is to travel into social, environmental, political, spiritual, astonishing, outlandish, bizarre, and personal realities, to examine and survey the so-called “real” world along wild, circuitous routes.
Imaginary Maps will be on view through September 29, Monday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm and Sundays 8 am to Noon. It is sponsored by the Boulder Arts Commission and the First Congregational Church of Boulder. The exhibition is a HOVAB (History of Visual Arts in Boulder) project and curated by Jennifer Heath.