RayAnn Garcia chosen as Art and Art History’s Banner Carrier for 2024 Graduation Ceremony

Congratulations to RayAnn Garcia for being chosen as Art & Art History’s banner carrier for graduation this week. This honor is based on outstanding academic record together with strong nominations from faculty and staff. Banner carriers signify to the audience that all graduates from a particular department are about to enter Moby Arena during the […]

John Gravdahl chosen by Graphis to be featured for Master Portfolio

John Gravdahl was simultaneously named by the Graphis Institute for their Master Portfolios site and featured with a professional profile and interview in the Graphis Journal #379. The Graphis Masters Portfolios website will archive a feature on Gravdahl’s work. A synopsis of his interview, a professional profile, and examples of his accomplishments are available on […]

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. […]

Two CSU Graphic Design Students Chosen to Show Work at National Student Show and Conference

Congratulation to Jiuchen Dong and Grace Bockelmann! Dong’s unisex children’s product line for Target and Bockelmann’s “Modular Front” and “We Are Back!” were chosen to be shown  at the the National Student Show and Conference from April 13-14, 2023 in Dallas, Texas. NSSC is a two days of studio tours, workshops, portfolio reviews, keynote speakers, […]

Fabiola Escobar and Hannah Hurst, Blake Leader Scholars in the Department of Art and Art History

One of the biggest challenges first year students face when coming to a school like Colorado State University is finding community and having a support system. Luckily, Fabiola Escobar, a first-year student in the Department of Art and Art History, had the opportunity to meet other students in the Blake Leadership Scholar peer mentorship program. […]

Ram Walk Has a New Look, Designed by Jocelyn Lapham, Graphic Design Student

Ram Walk Has a New Look Lapham’s contest entry spoke to the campus experience By Mike Brohard A few hours after a morning thunderstorm had moved through the area, allowing Meridian Avenue to dry, Jocelyn Lapham was back at work. With help from some fellow students, she was busy outlining design aspects inside 8-foot-tall letters […]

Culture, Heritage, and Community: Alanis Hernandez receives CSU Alumni Association’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award

The CSU Alumni Association’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award is given to a student who demonstrates strong involvement, leadership, and a commitment to upholding CSU’s values, traditions, and spirit. This year’s recipient, Alanis Hernandez, is a truly extraordinary young woman, a first-generation student who is deeply committed to her cultural heritage and to helping […]

Finding the Warmth and Playfulness of Data with alumni Stephanie Posvac

Originally published on Alumnline by Matt Manguso. Data is a notoriously cold medium. For most people, the facts, figures, and statistics found within it are best relegated to spreadsheets and graphs where they tell a dry and tedious story. Stefanie Posavec (B.F.A., ’02) sees data differently. As an artist and award-winning-author, Posavec has done something […]