KCSU has a brand new podcast from Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art History called The Future. The Future is a space created by professor Aitor Lajarin-Encina and art history students to discuss critical contemporary art and culture issues with artists and other guests. The podcast is organized by DXIX Projects, an artist-run […]
Congratulations to Tiffany Garcia for winning this year’s Art History Symposium with her presentation “Signs and Symbols in the Index of American Design”! She is majoring in Art History with a minor in Japanese language and hopes to pursue graduate school in the field of museum studies. Of the research, she says “In my essay, […]
Dr. Emily Moore, Associate Professor of Art History, is one of 24 scholars that has been awarded a Terra Foundation for American Art Research Travel Grant for “Art of the Southern Tlingit”.
David Riep Associate Professor of Art History, published Dave Riep, Associate Professor of Art History, whose article, “A Social Life of Pots in Southern Africa”, has been published in the peer-reviewed journal de arte. Check it out at at Taylor & Francis Online
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.
Dave Riep, associate professor of Art History, has been awarded the TILT Exceptional Achievement in Instructional Innovation in Service-Learning Award. Kathy Chynoweth, graduate support staff, has been awarded the 2019-20 College of Liberal Arts State Classified Award. Congratulations, Dave and Kathy!
Brenna McWhorter, a senior majoring in Art History with a minor in Business Administration and Italian Interdisciplinary Studies, won the 2020 Art History Symposium.
Art History student, Julie Holding, was awarded honorable mention in the writing category for her essay on the artist Kerbe Zerbe during the CURC (Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity) ceremony last week. Another Art History student, Kelly Newton, received first place in the visual arts category for her sculpture.
Last Thursday, February 15, the CSU Department of Art and Art History hosted the annual art history symposium wherein students from across the Department presented their original work in art history. Students who participated included those within and outside of the art history concentration alike. The students presented their work at the Hatton Gallery on […]