Kathy McHugh Bauer (B.F.A., ’74) handed her ticket to the agent at the Cedar Rapids Airport. It was the fall of 1970 and she was about to start college at Colorado State University. Though Kathy was a mid-west girl, she felt like an honorary member of the Centennial State. Read more about Baur’s contributions to […]
Originally published on Alumnline by Matt Manguso. Data is a notoriously cold medium. For most people, the facts, figures, and statistics found within it are best relegated to spreadsheets and graphs where they tell a dry and tedious story. Stefanie Posavec (B.F.A., ’02) sees data differently. As an artist and award-winning-author, Posavec has done something […]
Between layers of soil and along the borders of a riverbed, humans have been finding clay to create with since the beginning of civilization.
Jordan Tate is the founder of Creative Duke Media, a digital marketing agency located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is also an alumnus of the Department of Art and History, where he studied graphic design and graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Fine Art. Tate’s story is one of talent, resiliency, adaptation, and faith. […]
Visual art reaches beyond written and spoken language to access the emotional and psychological inner world of both the maker and the viewer. By creating this dialogue, there is a place to experience the richness and nuance of one’s inner life, foster emotional intelligence, and support mental health.
Annie Seipel lives and works Sousse, Tunisia as the American Corner Coordinator for AMIDEAST. She was drawn there through her studies of the metalwork, jewelry, and textiles of the nomadic people of the region.
Jennifer Brakefield (MFA, Painting, 2014) moved to Colorado from Maryland at the start of her MFA program at CSU. Her work focused on agriculture and industry and for her thesis, she completed a series of large paintings of the Feed and Grain building in Ault.
Forrest Gerke (BFA, Painting and BA, Art History 2008) is an artist, musician, and writer in New York City. His visual art focuses on the figure and he uses the body to express different concepts and to create images that people can relate to.
Bringing the Arts To Youth: Alumni band together to fundraise for arts outreach program
Austin Armstrong (Printmaking B.F.A., ’16) will be one of eight internationally diverse candidates to begin the highly competitive Tamarind Printer Trainer Program starting in Fall 2020.