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The first week that CSU senior Shreenal Patel lived in the United States, she had an interview for a job at the local King Soopers. Even though she has spoken english since she was a child, she was still nervous. Nearly three years later she had another important interview in English, this time for her […]

Published on: May 3, 2018

Art History student, Julie Holding, was awarded honorable mention in the writing category for her essay on the artist Kerbe Zerbe during the CURC (Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity) ceremony last week. Another Art History student, Kelly Newton, received first place in the visual arts category for her sculpture.

Published on: May 3, 2018

Deadline is Friday, May 4th for the “The Art & Art History Department First Generation Student Spotlight and Award”. The awarded student will receive 1000 to support their studies. Further information available here. To qualify for this award you must be: First Generation high-achieving student. (Students with “First Generation” status are those whose parents did not […]

Published on: April 30, 2018

Former CSU Department of Art and Art History student Gretchen Leggitt was featured in the short film: The Drive: Episode 3, where she discusses her work as an artist considering nature and activity. You can watch the short film here:

Published on: April 26, 2018

Saturday May 5, the CSU Art Department will host visiting artist Jessica Schimpf for a glass art installation in the Directions Gallery, an opening reception, and artist lecture on “Cultivating Your Craft.”

Published on: April 26, 2018

Published on: April 26, 2018

This month, the Hatton Gallery was home to the show Degrees, Minutes, Seconds, put on by art department graduate students. Pieces ranged in size, medium, and style and exhibited the hard work and talent of the CSU studio graduate students. See some photos of the Degrees, Minutes, Seconds, shown here:

Published on: April 24, 2018

In the 2018 fall semester faculty member Erika Osborne will co-teach a seminar course on energy in the humanities. For more information, see below:    

Published on: April 9, 2018

Going to college can be daunting, especially if that college is more than 4,000 miles away from your home country. That is the case for Feixue Mei, a graphic design student from Wuhan City in the Hubel province of China, currently in the process of spending two years studying graphic design right here in Fort […]

Published on: March 30, 2018

Registration for the Summer 2018 semester officially opened on Tuesday, March 20, of this week. During the summer session, some special courses will be offered within the department, including a Graphic Production group study and a four week session on Post-Digital Printmaking. All courses for the 2018 summer session can now be found on RAMweb.

Published on: March 22, 2018

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