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.
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.
Kim Ferrer, instructor, had work on display from July 14 – September 2 at Walker Fine Art in Denver as part of the group show Evocation. This small body of work mirrors a life moving within the transitory state of nature that is forever shifting, rearranging and letting go into new configurations of being in […]
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 […]
Gallery Director Silvia Minguzzi describes the Juried BFA Exhibition 2022 and the pieces displayed as the “best” work of the class of 2022, as chosen by local artists Anthony Guntren, sculptor, and Kris Barz Mendonça, illustrator.
The Alliance Partnership, Women Studies, and Gender Research, Department of Ethnic Studies, Department of Art and Art History, and the College of Liberal Arts are proud to present the program Social Justice Thru the Arts 2022. READ MORE
Hatton Gallery presents Dance in the Hatton Gallery, Dance Improvisation by Soph Cardinal, CSU Dance. Degrees by Odette England Hatton Gallery Department of Art and Art History in Partnership with Center for Fine Art Photography The Balanescu Quartet, “Still with me”, 1994 Special Thanks to Lisa Morgan, CSU Dance
The Aylesworth Project was features on KCSU’s Rocky Mountain Review on December 9, 2021. Check out the full episode on their website. The Aylesworth Project is organized around an experimental sound/video piece Grant and Brent Helzer created with recordings before and during the demolition of the old Aylesworth building. The exhibition, curated by Del Harrow, will […]
A new exhibition called The Right To Herself, which explores the vote as a promise for agency through diverse works of art, goes on display Oct. 20 at the Visual Arts Building at Colorado State University as well as the Lincoln Center Gallery in Fort Collins.