Clare Gucwa reviewed the Hatton Gallery’s Sama Alshaibi: Silsila exhibition last week for Denver Art Review & Inquiry (DARIA). The exhibition is open through December 22, 2023.
Anna Bernhard selected works for the exhibition Westward Bound II in the North Gallery, which was on exhibit from August 17-September 10, 2023. Following the exhibition, Anna secured funding for the purchase of Michael Sharp’s Redstone, which was added to our growing collection of Book Arts in special collections. For CABIN, Anna received a large […]
Cyane Tornatzky co-authored a book on artists working in the medium of virtual reality with Brandon Kelley, a former Electronic Art student who is now a Computer Science PhD candidate. An Artistic Approach to Virtual Reality traces the lineage of artist/technologists who have worked with virtual reality in its infancy to the interactive virtual work […]
Erika Osborne’s painting “Arnica to Heal Its Wounds” was juried into Some Kind of Nature in FOMA in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibition was juried and curated by EcoArtSpace and addresses issues of climate change. The exhibition is can be seen online. She is also a contributing author and artist for Deep Horizons: A […]
Congratulations to Mason Unrein (he/him) for receiving one of our First Generation Awards this year! Mason’s concentration is drawing and he will be graduating in 2026. “Winning this award means a lot to me, as I feel even more proud of the work I made during my first year and am motivated to continue […]
For most Colorado State University students and faculty members, Sept. 28 was just another Thursday. However, for the Visual Arts Building, classes were canceled for an all-day event of food, art and booths.
Dave Riep helps organize GAMA exhibition, presents paper in Denmark, publishes co-authored paper.
Silvia Minguzzi received the SPARK Campus Employment Funding to fund student employee development practice.
Matthew Sage released an album of original music called Paradise Crick on the acclaimed independent record label RVNG Intl. It received a 7.8 score on Pitchfork and was also reviewed favorably on NPR.