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 […]

Rachel Garrison chosen as Art & Art History’s banner carrier

Congratulations to Rachel Garrison for being chosen as Art & Art History’s banner carrier for this spring’s graduation! 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 […]

Aitor Lajarin-Encina, Tracy Stucky, and MFA graduate Andrea Bagdon selected for New American Paintings

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 […]

Erika Osbourne, Associate Professor, shares experience of studying forests and fire management on the Baja California peninsula

Erika Osborne, an associate professor in CSU’s Department of Art and Art History, spent the Fall 2019 semester in Mexico on a Fulbright Scholarship, studying forests and fire management on the Baja California peninsula. What she found is a much different situation than what we have in the United States.