Main Gallery: Alaska – Enduring Traditions – Ends Sept 20
Mundoville Gallery (International Folk Art in Miniature)
Village Arts Gallery

Hall Gallery: Small Faces ~ Cultural Masks & Heads - Ends Sept 20




 September 21 – October 2
Museum Closed for Exhibit Change
Reopens for Gallery Walk – Friday, October 3, 6 – 9 pm



 Upcoming Programs/Events


Sept 20               2 – 4 pm
Last day of Alaska – Enduring Traditions
Alaska Party – Hedgehogs, Story, Activity, & Snacks

Kids Free with a paying Adult(s) at 1/2 Price Admission

Closed for exhibit change Sept 21 – Oct 3 opens at 6 pm (4 pm for Members)


Oct 3                        4 – 6 pm (VIP & Member’s Party)  6 – 9 (Public Opening)
Mexico: Objects for living, Objects for Life Opening
Fort Collins Gallery Walk

Half-priced Admission


Oct 4                 11 am
Children’s Story Time, Activity, & Snack

GVM partners with Poudre River Library for this event

Oct 4                 2 pm
The Fashioning of Frida by Maricela DeMirjyn
Free Members; $5 Public


Oct 8                  3 pm                        
Losel Dolls: Tibetan Treasures Blessing by Drepung Gomang Monks


Oct 9, 10, & 11      11 – 5 pm
Monks of Drepung Gomang Monastery – Peace Mandala


Oct 12                 4 pm
Drepung Gomang Cultural Pageant at Fort Collins Senior Center
Sponsored by Global Village Museum


Oct 22                6:30 pm
Tales from Afar by John Roberts

$5 Members; $10 Public

Oct 23                6:30 pm
Sky Phenomena Among the Aztecs and their Predecessors in Central Mexico
by Bryan Dennis

Free Members; $5 Public

Oct 25                2 pm
Zempasuicheles & Calaveras Preparing Day of Dead – Children’s Activity
Create paper Marigolds & decorate cookie skulls


Nov 7                   6 – 9 pm
Fort Collins Gallery Walk
Peaces of the World – Hall Gallery
Half – Price Admission




Open Tuesday – Saturday 11 – 5


The Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures is dedicated to showcasing international folk art. Exhibits are created to engage and inspire visitors to learn more about world cultures, people, art, and history in order to promote world understanding and foster peace.


The Global Village Museum and Intercultural Resource Center is located at 200 West Mountain Avenue where the museum’s diverse collections and artifacts are on display in one of four gallery spaces: Main Gallery, Mundoville Gallery (International Folk Art in Miniature), Village Arts Gallery, and Hall Gallery.