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Community Involvement

Giving back

Here are some of the non-profits we support


  • Bixby School
  • Blue Sky Bridge
  • Boulder County AIDS Project
  • Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Children’s Hospital, Denver
  • Colorado Music Festival
  • Colorado Shakespeare Festival
  • Community Food Share
  • The Dairy Center for the Arts
  • Friends’ School
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver
  • Naropa University
  • Safehouse
  • The Sharkive Initiative
  • TRU Community Care
  • University of Colorado Art Museum/CUAM
  • Voices for Children
“It is one thing to care for things but it is another to care for the community in which one works, to give back to that community. Rob and Steve of 15th Street Gallery always let you know how lucky they feel to be citizens of Boulder and the art world. They respect that luck and give back when called upon.”
Cydney Payton

Founding Executive Director & Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, MCA Denver

“Rob and Steve of 15th Street Gallery have shown a deep, much-appreciated commitment to the Boulder County AIDS Projects for over 18 years. From co-creating our non-profit’s signature Art AIDS fund-raising and awareness-raising event, to years of support for our HIV prevention and care efforts in the community, 15th Street has enhanced Boulder’s quality of life through promotion of the arts and community engagement. BCAP sends a heartfelt thank you to 15th Street for modeling a business that values all of Boulder’s citizens.”
Ana Hopperstad

Executive Director, Boulder County AIDS Project

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COVID-19 Message


Gallery Reopening



We are continuing to be responsible, so the gallery is open by appointment only on Thursday, Friday or Saturday between 11 and 3.


Please e-mail us through the contact section of this website or by phone 303-447-2841 to schedule an appointment during these times.


Or if you prefer, you can drop your art off at the curb. We will work up frame designs and send images. That way you need not even leave your car.
Again, you will also need to set up an appointment for your curbside drop off on Thursday, Friday or Saturday between 11 or 3.


For everyone’s safety, please don’t just show up without an appointment.
Obviously, we would prefer to open the gallery to the public, but we do not feel that is the responsible thing to do yet.


We have missed you all and look forward to making an appointment with you.


To better days,
Steve, Rob, Tony, Will and Agustin (and Rafi and Amigo)

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