State-of-the-art Spaces: Colorado State Pottery Studio
ART 280a3, Books Arts: History, Meaning and Form, is an experimental, first-of-its-kind book arts and history course this summer taught in the Art and Art History Department.
Recent Art Education graduate Priscilla Gonzalez spoke to UCHealth about her experience with colon cancer and navigating graduating from the Department of Art and Art History with honors.
UNDERGRADUATES Maria Aguilar Betancourt Kasandra Anaya Gabrielle Andreozzi Haley Arnold Dom Baca Jenna Ball – Cum Laude Thatcher Beatty Sienna Bosch – Cum Laude Olivia Brett – Cum Laude Andrea Buer Lydia Carr Emma Corwin – Cum Laude Noah Dalbow Conner Dobson Anna Dunn – Magna Cum Laude Annie Duryea – Magna Cum Laude Amber […]
We are thrilled to announce the recipients of our new Student Recognition Awards. These are monetary awards separate from our scholarship offerings and are intended to recognize undergraduate students’ effort in putting their best selves forward in their visual arts studies. AAH Creative & Performing Arts Award: Priscilla Gonzales Best Studio Critique: Wren Strother Most Inventive Capstone: Clair Goldstrom Best Citizen in Class: Madi Kelly Most Courageous […]
The Department of Art and Art History is proud to present the 2021 Scholarship Recipients. Congratulations, everyone!
Outstanding Grad: Priscilla Gonzalez, College of Liberal Arts
Sanam Emami, Associate Professor of Pottery, gave a talk as part of a series through Harvard Ceramics: The Artist’s Studio Series
Jason Bernagozzi and Mark Dineen, Associate Professor of Electronic Arts, co-chaired a panel titled “How to Implement Comprehensive Changes to Traditional Foundations Programs” at the 18th biennial FATE (Foundations in Art: Theory and Education) national conference hosted by the University of North Carolina Charlotte. The theme for this year’s conference was “infrastructure” and their panel included presentations […]