Congratulations to Tiffany Garcia for winning this year’s Art History Symposium with her presentation “Signs and Symbols in the Index of American Design”! She is majoring in Art History with a minor in Japanese language and hopes to pursue graduate school in the field of museum studies. Of the research, she says “In my essay, […]
Congratulations to Roberto Muntoreanu, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design! Roberto has been recognized for his stellar contributions to student success as part of CSU’s “Halfway There Celebration.”
The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art and the Department of Art and Art History have come together to demonstrate the importance of CSU’s place in preserving and advancing the study of pottery.
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.
Visual art reaches beyond written and spoken language to access the emotional and psychological inner world of both the maker and the viewer. By creating this dialogue, there is a place to experience the richness and nuance of one’s inner life, foster emotional intelligence, and support mental health.
Congratulations to our Fall 2020 Graduates!
Congratulations to Claire Chien and Patrick Fahey, whose co-authored chapter, “Bringing Arts Integration to Youth (BRAINY) at Colorado State University” just published in the edited volume Engaging Communities Through Civic Engagement in Art Museum Education.
Congratulations to our First Generation Spotlight award recipient, Alanis Hernandez! . Of her work she says “My work mostly centers around my identity and cultural heritage, specifically about what it means to be a first generation Latina living in the United States. Because of this my family has become one of my biggest inspirations. So […]
Undergraduate and graduate art students majoring in metalsmithing and jewelry at Colorado State University recently participated in the Hand Medal Project, a global outreach effort to give medals in the shape of a hand to the health-care professionals and social workers who have put themselves at risk while caring for others during the COVID-19 pandemic.