Wednesday, August 14
From June 21– August 3 at the Emmanuel Art Gallery
Follow the international journey of outrageously talented, creative, and inspired students.
From May 9 – August 1 at the Next Stage Gallery
Congratulations to this semester's honorees!
Students create work with a public safety impact.
The Film and Television Department where your passion becomes an opportunity to write the script, edit the film, hold the camera, and tell your story. With leading industry professionals, you’ll work on a variety of projects--including short films, web series’, documentaries, digital effects, and TV studio production.
You know the right sound when you hear it. You know it’s a hit when you mix it. You know the music and entertainment industry is for you, and we know how to turn that passion into a career. MEIS offers four unique programs with a contemporary and commercial focus.
In the Visual Arts Department, the city becomes our canvas, industry leaders become professors, and a passion becomes a profession. Students have access to state-of-the art digital labs, sculpture studios, industrial equipment and darkrooms, uniting the ability to create with the means to succeed.
Facts lie right in front of us like puzzle pieces waiting to be put together. The NCMF provides world class programs dedicated to the scientific study and research of the collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of digital evidence.
Dr. Donna Bogard, retired music faculty member at CU Denver, was part of a core of dedicated educators who taught during the earliest years of CU Denver. The College of Arts & Media is deeply appreciative of her service and dedication to the university.
Follow Dean Kaptain as he explores opportunities for students in the creative industries in Denver and around the globe.
July 11–September 14, 2019
Bemis Center for Contemporary Art
CU Denver art historian and faculty, Maria Buszek co-curates the exhibition, exploring cutting-edge work--ranging from instruments to visual scores to installations--pushing the limits of what the art and music worlds consider "sound art."
July 9th, 6–8 pm
Walker Fine Art