Congratulations to our Spring 2022 Graduates!

Congratulations to our 2022 graduates! The Department of Art and Art History congratulates you on your accomplishments and wishes you a bright future. UNDERGRADUATES Micah Alhadeff Sara Arnold Jordan Bachus Gabi Baumann Kelty Baynham Maya Baynham Hayley Billiot Lauryn Bolz Cum Laude Kara Brian John Califf Ellie Carson Cum Laude Chloe Cecil Magna Cum Laude […]

Congratulations to our 2022 Student Recognition Award Winners!

Congratulations to our 2022 Student Recognition Award Winners! These 10 monetary, peer-nominated awards recognize undergraduate students in the Department of Art and Art History who went above and beyond in their classes this past year. Winners receive $500. Most Resilient Emma Mourfield: Pottery Best Use of Materials Chantae Steele: Art Education Best Use of New Technology Miguel Beltran: […]

Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship Recipients!

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 & […]

Culture, Heritage, and Community: Alanis Hernandez receives CSU Alumni Association’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award

The CSU Alumni Association’s Albert C. Yates Student Leadership Award is given to a student who demonstrates strong involvement, leadership, and a commitment to upholding CSU’s values, traditions, and spirit. This year’s recipient, Alanis Hernandez, is a truly extraordinary young woman, a first-generation student who is deeply committed to her cultural heritage and to helping […]

Art and Art History Students, Professor Create New Podcast, “The Future”

KCSU has a brand new podcast from Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art History called The Future. The Future is a space created by professor Aitor Lajarin-Encina and art history students to discuss critical contemporary art and culture issues with artists and other guests. The podcast is organized by DXIX Projects, an artist-run […]