Galleries & Museums
The Hatton Gallery is our professional gallery hosting the work of national and international artists, as well as artwork by visiting artists, undergraduate and graduate students. Exhibitions are often organized by our faculty in conjunction with their research. It also supports the Fort Collins art community and hosts the Poudre School District's K-12 Annual Art Exhibition. Located in G101, across the hallway from the Art office.
The Directions Gallery Provides space for faculty and graduate students to exhiit their work. Located in room K101, with access from Meridian avenue, across from Canvas Stadium.
The Digital Performance Space is a platform to showcase experimental work in the sound and performative media. Experimental in nature, the DPS Space is a gathering hub for like minds from CSU and the larger Fort Collins Community. A focus on XR/VR, synthesizers, midi-controllers, and real-time performances are all part of the experience. Located in H112, with access off Pitkin Street.
The Glass Box is shared between students in the areas of Metalsmithing, Fibers, Pottery, and Sculpture. Exhibition space for both undergraduate and graduate students can be secured on a weekly basis through the year. Located in P110A, with access from Pitkin Street.
The Mini Gallery provides gallery space for undergraduate students on a weekly basis throughout the year. Students design and install their own exhibitions, providing them with valuable experience in exhibition design. Located in F102, with access from Pitkin Street.
Gregory Allicar Museum of Art
With a growing and diverse collection of approximately 3,500 works of art and dynamic programing, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art is a cornerstone of Colorado State University’s arts initiatives and a link to alumni, Fort Collins, and our region. The museum is dedicated to educational vitality, embracing all audiences, and honoring a diversity of art making across time periods, geographies, and cultures.
Lory Student Center Arts Program
The Lory Student Center Arts Program, a division of Campus Activities, seeks to bring the visual arts to all students at CSU. There are three exhibition spaces in the LSC: the Curfman Gallery, Duhesa Gallery and the Hallery. Through a variety of exhibition opportunities, LSC Arts hopes to create an environment that welcomes emerging, nationally renowned, Native American, and student artists.
Through exhibitions, courses, and public programs, the Avenir Museum fosters the telling of global stories of people and their textiles, dress, and interior furnishings — how they are made and used, and what they mean to us all. Interested students can work with the collection of over 20,000 artifacts of Western and non-Western material culture.