Visiting professor David Grainger is happy to announce that his installation Shareholders (Routine) will be in a story on Rocky Mountain PBS: Arts District this Friday! The story will focus on several of the projects that have been included in The Yard exhibitions in Colorado Springs. Some of you may be watching television on a […]
‘An absolute treasure:’ Remembering Jack Curfman
Dave Riep, associate professor of Art History, has been awarded the TILT Exceptional Achievement in Instructional Innovation in Service-Learning Award. Kathy Chynoweth, graduate support staff, has been awarded the 2019-20 College of Liberal Arts State Classified Award. Congratulations, Dave and Kathy!
Bringing the Arts To Youth: Alumni band together to fundraise for arts outreach program
Austin Armstrong (Printmaking B.F.A., ’16) will be one of eight internationally diverse candidates to begin the highly competitive Tamarind Printer Trainer Program starting in Fall 2020.
Brenna McWhorter, a senior majoring in Art History with a minor in Business Administration and Italian Interdisciplinary Studies, won the 2020 Art History Symposium.
Alumni Sheila Dunn’s beautifully illustrates CSU’s land-grant mission through her paintings and was featured in the Source back in November.
Del Harrow, ceramicist and associate professor in the Department of Art and Art History at CSU, was one of 50 artists to win the 2020 United States Artist Fellowship.
Johnny Plastini’s work “Trypophobia” was selected by juror Beth C. McLaughlin for inclusion in the 33rd Annual Materials Hard + Soft Exhibition. “Trypophobia” is a handmade recycled paper piece [57″ x 22″] by Plastini that relates psychological trauma to lived physical experience and visceral response mechanisms.