Anna Bernhard selected works from the Westward Bound II exhibition, secures funding for additions to special collections.

Anna Bernhard selected works for the exhibition Westward Bound II in the North Gallery, which was on exhibit from August 17-September 10, 2023. Following the exhibition, Anna secured funding for the purchase of Michael Sharp’s Redstone, which was added to our growing collection of Book Arts in special collections. For CABIN, Anna received a large […]

Johnny Plastini’s collaboration with Department of Fermentation Science and Tech, intaglio works shared at International Miniature Print Exhibition

Johnny Plastini has organized a semester-long collaboration this Fall semester between the Department of Art and Art History and the Department of Fermentation Science and Technology.

A three-image suite of Johnny Plastini’s viscosity intaglio works titled “Pacifica” was exhibited in the 14th Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT.

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 […]

Erika Osbourne exhibits painting in Sante Fe, contributes to open-source book on environmental futures

Erika Osborne’s painting “Arnica to Heal Its Wounds” was juried into Some Kind of Nature in FOMA in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The exhibition was juried and curated by EcoArtSpace and addresses issues of climate change. The exhibition is can be seen online. She is also a contributing author and artist for Deep Horizons: A […]

Art and Art History’s Participation in the 2023 Symposium for Inclusive Excellence

Two of our faculty members and one of our grad students will be presenting at this year’s Symposium for Inclusive Excellence.   Roberto Munoreanu is giving the talk “Design to Transform” on Wednesday, October 25th as part of the Symposium for Inclusive Excellence’s CSU Inspire, a TED talk-style presentation by members of the CSU community. […]

Elnaz Javani’s Solo Exhibition, Chosen for The Center for Craft’s inaugural Teaching Artist Cohort

Elnaz Javani’s, assistant professor of Fibers, solo exhibition Dwelling Places was on display at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Chicago, IL from June 24 to August 23. Dwelling Places is a new body of work which includes small and large-scale, hand-dyed and printed textiles that incorporate surface manipulation, appliqué, and hand-stitching. Exploring how the body is […]