Denver sculptor and CAM faculty member Michael Brohman is currently exhibiting sculptural works at the Hall Gallery in the Windgate Visual Arts Center at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi from November 6-December 1, 2023. The artist will give a talk on his work on Thursday, November 30 at 6 pm at the Wingate Gallery.
On display through February 24, 2024, Ángel Ricardo Ricardo Ríos’ Ikebana is an organic fusion of pumpkins and gourds writhing together, as the artist describes, in an “accumulation of sensual and organic forms.” Artist Ángel Ricardo Ricardo Ríos’ Ikebana is taking up the better part of the gallery’s lower level—even stretching up and flowing over the glass sides of the gallery’s second-level balcony.
The Emmanuel Art Gallery is an excellent resource for students, artistic or not, and gallery coordinator Andrew Palamara discusses opportunities for student participation, the gallery's function, and his own experience with art and art galleries.
If you dream of bringing characters to life, creating breathtaking visual effects, or designing immersive virtual worlds, there’s a pathway to combine your interests with animation jobs. CU Denver’s 3D Graphics & Animation program is nurturing the next generation of visionaries in the field. Are you ready to turn your passion into a career?
Staff member and CAM alum Katie Yeager talks about her journey into songwriting. "Once I started to find a music community in Denver and saw real people living my dream, I knew that I wanted to go all-in. I enrolled in CU Denver’s Singer/Songwriter program and never looked back."
Assistant Professor Wu says her presence on AES’s board of governors and as DEI committee chair “signifies a monumental step toward a more inclusive audio industry” and hopes it serves as inspiration for students—particularly women and women of color.
CU Denver’s Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) department in the College of Arts & Media (CAM) sits on the list alongside schools such as UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music and Berklee College of Music.
Catalin Grigoras, director of the National Center for Media Forensics at the University of Colorado at Denver, conducted a technical analysis for The Post of five hoax calls made to schools between September 2022 and April 2023.
Denver-based indie band Sqwerv formed six years ago when CU Denver students Guy Frydenlund, Caden Kramer, and (later) Zach Bulgarelli joined forces to write and perform music. In 2023, Sqwerv released three albums and played at some big shows.
Those familiar with Narkita's vibrant photography may find elements of this new exhibition—which includes all new work since the artist’s popular 2020 series, Black in Denver—adding complexity to her existing works.