Art History professor Yang Wang was one of 10 scholars selected among a highly competitive pool of international applicants to receive the prestigious Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowship for the 2020-2021 academic year. The award allowed her to continue research on Chinese ink painting and their place among postwar modernist art.
Malintzin: Unraveled and Rewoven, is an immersive journey that untangles one of Mexico’s most prolific and captivating icons. It opens March 31, 2022 with a reception at the CU Denver Experience Gallery (formerly the Next Stage Gallery), from 5:00-7:00pm.
(Westword)––This week's Art Attack sends readers to BRDG Project to view the student-run show of digital media photography from CU Denver's Jasmine Colgan and Alejandra Abad. Also recommended is the Night Lights celebration of Women's History Month and the projection of the work of a dozen women artists on the Arapahoe Street side of the Daniels & Fisher Tower. The show is curated by Visual Arts alum Sharifa Moore, an independent curator and executive director of Denver Digerati.
Between the state-of-the-art equipment, the knowledge of instructors who have been or are currently active in the animation industry, and the group-project dynamic of the curriculum, the Digital Animation Center at CU Denver is preparing a new generation of animators for the work force.
Jazz Guitar Today talks to MEIS Chair Sean McGowan about his fingerstyle guitar technique, his career as a musician and an educator, and how the pandemic spurred him to compose Union Station, an album of original music.
(CU Connections)––Art History professor Maria Buzek is honored for excellence in and commitment to learning and teaching, as well as active, substantial contributions to scholarly work. President Saliman solicits annual nominations of faculty across the four campuses for the designation, which is a lifetime appointment.
The National Center for Media Forensics (NCMF) graduate program has representation in the new leadership of the Scientific Working Group on Digital Evidence (SWGDE). Brandon Epstein ’20 was elected as Chair and Jesus Valenzuela, who is expected to graduate fall 2022, was elected to the Vice Chair position.
Denver and the College of Arts & Media celebrate Performance Art Week with live performances at the Emmanuel Art Gallery on March 1st and 2nd. A special viewing of video art and film will be projected on the Daniels & Fisher Clock Tower during the evening of March 1st.
(A&R Factory)––Lolita is a soulfully sweet Denver, Colorado-based indie-pop solo artist who studied at the University of Colorado and has a Bachelors’s Degree in Music Business and Entertainment Industry Studies.
(Denver Post)—Artist and activist Gregg Deal’s exhilarating and gutting solo show, “Tutse Nakoekwu (Minor Threat),” closes its roughly month-long run at Emmanuel Art Gallery at 4 p.m. on March 1 with a spoken-word performance from the artist himself.
There are several reasons to get started in NFT art, but there are a lot of things to take into consideration as well. Don't let the fees or volatility of the market take you by surprise! Read our tips from faculty members who have already entered the world of blockchains and NFTs.
When Gregg Deal came across the work of James Luna, it was the first time he experienced another artist who was “unapologetically Indigenous.” It is that same spirit of un-apology and autonomy that Deal brings to his art.
(Denver Northstar)—Monday Jan. 10th, 2022, the community attended the rededication ceremony of the Golda Mier Museum on Denver’s Auraria Campus. Rian Kerrane, CU Denver sculpture faculty, created the mezuzah which will adorn the home and museum's entrance.
Visual Arts Professor Rian Keranne created the mezuzah now affixed to the doorframe of Golda Meir's House Museum on the Auraria Campus. The house was rededicated in a ceremony on Monday, January 10, 2022 during which various leaders who were instrumental in saving the house from obscurity and demolition were honored.
If you had told Associate Professor Maria Buszek, PhD, during her early days as an undergraduate student that she’d one day find herself at the front of a classroom, she wouldn’t have believed it. Years later, that’s exactly where CU Denver’s most recent appointee to the President’s Teaching Scholars Program ended up.