Congratulations to our Fall 2022 Graduates! The Department of Art and Art History commends you on your accomplishments and wishes you a bright future.
Cyane Tornatzky, an associate professor in the Department of Art and Art History and a VetVR collaborator, is energized by the team’s translational application of an emerging technology. “In electronic art, we have this long history of things like interactive kiosks, websites as art forms, and this idea that video games can have serious content,” […]
Michelle Malenfant learns skills in collections management through her summer internship with the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art that she can apply to her future career at an art gallery.
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 […]
Ram Walk Has a New Look Lapham’s contest entry spoke to the campus experience By Mike Brohard A few hours after a morning thunderstorm had moved through the area, allowing Meridian Avenue to dry, Jocelyn Lapham was back at work. With help from some fellow students, she was busy outlining design aspects inside 8-foot-tall letters […]
Review by Emily Zeek For the art majors in the graduating class of 2022, it’s the end of a several years-long journey of artistic practice and scholarship at Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art History. Student work by these graduates is currently assembled in the white cube Hatton Gallery in the Visual Arts […]
Silvia Minguzzi, Hatton Gallery & Digital Performance Space Director, was featured in ShoutOut Colorado. Minguzzi talks about her career and life path. Congratulations on the recognition, Silvia! You deserve it. You can read the whole article on their website.
Cyane Tornatzsky’s piece “Duets”, a stereoscopic viewer, was chosen to be a part of the Current New Media Festival in Sante Fe, New Mexico and will be on display from June 17-26th, 2022. CURRENTS is an initiative of Parallel Studios, a local nonprofit founded by Frank Ragano and Mariannah Amster. As curators, they have shown […]
Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship Recipients! These 24 students received recommendations for scholarships based on their academic merit and studio achievement. For more information about scholarships, please visit the College of Liberal Arts’ Scholarship page. Melanie Metz Memorial Scholarship: Logan Honea C&G Hatchette Creativity Scholarship: Maisy Gardiner Barbara Tisserat Memorial Scholarship: Haley Hagerman Bookstaber & […]
The CSU Alumni Association’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award is given to a student who demonstrates strong involvement, leadership, and a commitment to upholding CSU’s values, traditions, and spirit. This year’s recipient, Alanis Hernandez, is a truly extraordinary young woman, a first-generation student who is deeply committed to her cultural heritage and to helping […]