The exhibit aims to shed light on the impacts the Russian invasion of Ukraine has had on Ukrainian artists and cultural groups.
The Scott Artist Series and CSU’s Department of Art and Art History, in collaboration with the Hatton Gallery, will present an artist talk by Rowland Ricketts on March 1.
The Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging will host the Art and Aging Exhibition on Feb. 16, showcasing paintings created by students.
Odette England spent six weeks photographing the Australian bushfire aftermath and collecting buckets of ash, which she rubbed into the surfaces of her prints. Her works speak to the uncontrollable nature of fire, the urgency of change and of how we learn, forget, remember and persevere.
The Hatton Gallery at Colorado State University will present a Social Justice thru the Arts Celebration on Sept. 30: the unveiling of a Holding Space mural and a virtual artist talk by Rose Jaffe.
The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art has announced two exciting programs with multimedia performance artists Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens Sept. 9-10.
In the first week of September, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art will welcome Dionne Lee for two programs accompanying the exhibition Dionne Lee: A Muscle Memory, presented in partnership with the Center for Fine Art Photography.
Complex problems require creative solutions, and artists are visionaries by nature.
The American landscape is often portrayed as a place for contentment and peace, even as it preserves a history of trauma and violence.
Off the Hook Arts, now in its seventh season, will take a deep and thoughtful look at climate change and its impact on the planet over the next month by bringing together music, visual arts and science in the form of concerts, lectures, films, art exhibitions and STEAM-based educational events for all ages.