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.
Sanam Emami, Associate Professor of Pottery, to participate in Gropius Ceramic Symposium at the Huntington Museum of Art
A new exhibition called The Right To Herself, which explores the vote as a promise for agency through diverse works of art, goes on display Oct. 20 at the Visual Arts Building at Colorado State University as well as the Lincoln Center Gallery in Fort Collins.
Colorado State University kicked off a new educational initiative in early October as the words “Black Lives Matter” were painted in yellow on the pavement north of the Visual Arts Building.
A group of graduate student artists from Colorado State University successfully completed its mural on a building that will adjoin the future CSU Spur campus as part of CRUSH Walls, a Denver street art festival held Sept. 14-20.
As part of a partnership with the CSU System, eight students in CSU’s Department of Art and Art History painted images of Colorado’s official state fish, bird and flower on a building that will be renovated and eventually attached to the water building at the CSU Spur campus, expected to be complete in 2022. CSU Spur is located within the boundaries of the Denver’s River North (RiNo) Arts District, where the CRUSH Walls event spanned 30 blocks and featured 40 murals made by about 100 artists.
Department of Art and Art History reveals new website design Working closely with the College of Liberal Arts Communications Team, The Department of Art and Art History updated their website to create a responsive, approachable experience.