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.
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?
Curated by former and current students, the new exhibits celebrate Cameroonian art from the museum’s collection.
The solo exhibition features the signature style of painter, draughtsman and printmaker Don Vogl.
The show features art by Vicente Delgado, Samantha Hamilton and Leila Malekadeli at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art and a pop-up exhibition at Foothills Mall, along with artist talks as part of MFA Speaks.
The CIIPE co-founder and director emeritus will be honored with a special retrospective showcasing posters he designed over the past 50 years.
Celebrating the diverse genre of artists’ books, the exhibit will be on view in the museum’s Griffin Foundation Gallery from Aug. 26 to Dec. 18.
As part of the piece, the artist invited a CSU composer to create a unique, living map that weaves a sonic story about the region’s land, water and community.
The exhibit aims to shed light on the impacts the Russian invasion of Ukraine has had on Ukrainian artists and cultural groups.
The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art has announced two exciting programs with multimedia performance artists Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens Sept. 9-10.