What is the role of art in democracy? As part of Colorado State University’s Thematic Year of Democracy, the exhibition “Demonstrating Democracy” draws from the Gregory Allicar Museum’s permanent collection and helps people visually answer this question.
While Johnny Plastini is best known on campus as a faculty member and printmaking area coordinator in the Department of Art and Art History, he also applies his artistic passions to growing hops and brewing beer.
While AI-generated art doesn’t pose quite the same life-or-death consequences, for some in the art world, it’s seen as just as real of a threat.
Attention all CSU students: Did you know that in addition to athletics events, your student fees provide you with free access to a variety of events, performances, exhibitions and more?
To celebrate the completion of the mural, there will be a party from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3 at CSU Housing and Dining. The event will include live music and food and is open to the public.
To share CSU’s wildfire research with the public, the Geospatial Centroid and Radical Open Science Syndicate (ROSS) will host From Burn to Bloom: The Art + Science of Wildfire Recovery on Saturday, Aug. 19, at Odell Brewing Company. Burn to Bloom attendees will have the opportunity to make art while learning about post-fire science.
Curated by former and current students, the new exhibits celebrate Cameroonian art from the museum’s collection.
Beginning July 17 through July 26, volunteers are needed to help paint a new mural designed by Northern Colorado artist Armando Silva that celebrates the location’s vibrant community.
With the goal of welcoming all who visit the Lory Student Center, LSC Arts is working to expand and feature its collection of artwork by artists with diverse backgrounds, especially those with marginalized identities.
Originally launched in June 2022, the six-week series is back with 28 behind-the-scenes and backstage looks at various parts of campus.