“Tempered” by Don Stuber is part of the Challenge America veterans’ exhibition at CMC Aspen. Stuber served in the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam and is a Roaring Fork Valley-based artist.

Through Nov. 16, Colorado Mountain College Aspen will host the “National Juried Exhibition of Veteran Art 2017,” produced by the Basalt-based nonprofit organization Challenge America.

The exhibit will feature an art opening from 5 to 7 p.m. and a gallery talk at 6 p.m. on Oct. 12 with Dallas Blaney. Blaney is the director of operations of Challenge America. Founded in 2009, Challenge America develops innovative, evidence-based and replicable initiatives that connect service members, veterans and their families to the resources they need to live productive, dignified lives.

The exhibit had a successful run at Gallery 8K in downtown Aspen this summer, and now returns with approximately 40 paintings, music, essays, drawings, textiles, digital art, photography and sculpture from military-veteran artists, including a new, large installation of work from Don Stuber, a Vietnam veteran and Roaring Fork Valley-based artist.

The main portion of the exhibit will be housed in the CMC Aspen gallery, though works will also be positioned throughout the building for viewing. Because classes are also held in the CMC Aspen gallery, please call in advance to confirm viewing times. Colorado Mountain College Aspen is at 0255 Sage Way, 970-925-7740,