Sanam Emami, associate professor of pottery, and Nikoo Monem, MFA student studying metalsmithing, were featured this year for CSU’s recognition of Women’s History Month. In the video, they reflect on the women-led protest movement calling for freedom in Iran.
Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship Recipients! These 24 students received recommendations for scholarships based on their academic merit and studio achievement. For more information about scholarships, please visit the College of Liberal Arts’ Scholarship page. Melanie Metz Memorial Scholarship: Logan Honea C&G Hatchette Creativity Scholarship: Maisy Gardiner Barbara Tisserat Memorial Scholarship: Haley Hagerman Bookstaber & […]
First-year Graphic Design graduate student Sumanma Wadhwa’s “Breastfeeding – Taboo or Celebration?” has been recognized three times this year by CSU.
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 […]
Delgado’s artwork depicts the familiar façade of a gas station postcard — these glossy designs can be found sending greetings from cities across the U.S. But the distinction between a regular postcard and Delgado’s interpretation lies within the letters of the word “border.” Each letter contains an artistic representation of true stories about the injustices […]
Graduate student Leila Malekadeli received the 1st Place Distinction in Creativity Award at the 2020 CSU Grad Show for her studio art.
UNDERGRADUATES Maria Aguilar Betancourt Kasandra Anaya Gabrielle Andreozzi Haley Arnold Dom Baca Jenna Ball – Cum Laude Thatcher Beatty Sienna Bosch – Cum Laude Olivia Brett – Cum Laude Andrea Buer Lydia Carr Emma Corwin – Cum Laude Noah Dalbow Conner Dobson Anna Dunn – Magna Cum Laude Annie Duryea – Magna Cum Laude Amber […]
A group of graduate student artists from Colorado State University successfully completed its mural on a building that will adjoin the future CSU Spur campus as part of CRUSH Walls, a Denver street art festival held Sept. 14-20.
As part of a partnership with the CSU System, eight students in CSU’s Department of Art and Art History painted images of Colorado’s official state fish, bird and flower on a building that will be renovated and eventually attached to the water building at the CSU Spur campus, expected to be complete in 2022. CSU Spur is located within the boundaries of the Denver’s River North (RiNo) Arts District, where the CRUSH Walls event spanned 30 blocks and featured 40 murals made by about 100 artists.
Their thesis work will be exhibited at the Allicar Museum, Dec 5-19, 2020. In the meantime, check out the online exhibition. Samuel Dong Saul Lauren Faherty Jasmine Holmes Jacob Jaso Janine Thornton Isaac Trujllo
MFA in art and art history jumps 32 spots in annual ‘U.S. News & World Report’ rankings