Cyane Tornatzky’s solo exhibition Liquid Time on view at Laramie County Community College.

Cyane Tornatzky’s solo exhibition Liquid Time opened on January 19 and was on view until February 23 in the Esther and John Clay Fine Art Gallery at Laramie County Community College. As an artist working within the time-based medium of video, Tornatzky is interested in deconstructing how we think about what we see when we […]

Matthew Sage to release collaborative album “Shabason, Krgovish, Sage”

Matthew Sage’s collaborative album with Joseph Shabason, a celebrated composer and saxophonist from Toronto, and Nicholas Krgovich, a songwriter from Vancouver, was announced for an April 5th release on Idée Fix Records. Shabason, Krgovich, Sage was recorded over 4 days in March 2023 in Sage’s house in Berthoud, Colorado.

Cyane Tornatzky publishes book on virtual reality, screens a video work at Local Accomplices in Denver

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 […]

Can virtual reality play a role in veterinary education? CSU researchers think so

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,” […]

Cyane Tornatzsky, associate professor of Electronic Art, work featured at the Currents New Media Festival

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 […]

Jason Bernagozzi and Mark Dineen, co-chair panel 18th biennial Foundations in Art: Theory and Education national conference

Jason Bernagozzi and Mark Dineen, Associate Professor of Electronic Arts, co-chaired a panel titled “How to Implement Comprehensive Changes to Traditional Foundations Programs” at the 18th biennial FATE (Foundations in Art: Theory and Education) national conference hosted by the University of North Carolina Charlotte. The theme for this year’s conference was “infrastructure” and their panel included presentations […]