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 Aitor Lajarin-Encina, assistant professor of painting, Tracy Stucky, foundations faculty and MFA graduate Andrea Bagdon! They were selected for Issue #156 of New American Paintings, a critically acclaimed periodical, New American Paintings, has featured the work of more than three thousand painters from throughout the United States, many of whom have gone on […]
Between layers of soil and along the borders of a riverbed, humans have been finding clay to create with since the beginning of civilization.
Sanam Emami, Associate Professor of Pottery, gave a talk as part of a series through Harvard Ceramics: The Artist’s Studio Series
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 […]
Congrats to Johnny Plastini, Associate Professor of Printmaking, whose solo exhibition at BOLT Gallery in Old Town, Fort Collins opens next week. The show features a collection of eight Eco-UV prints on handmade paper and seven solar cyanotypes at BOLT gallery for the month of May with a reception on May 7th. BOLT gallery is a relatively new volunteer-based project located in an […]
Erika Osborne, Associate Professor of Painting, has been invited to share her research at the May 4th Faculty Council
Congratulations to Roberto Muntoreanu, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design! Roberto has been recognized for his stellar contributions to student success as part of CSU’s “Halfway There Celebration.”