(CU Denver News) CU Denver’s Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) program aims to prepare students for the modern world of music by taking a forward-facing and inclusive approach to music education.
Not only do RCC students get to connect with other music, film, and visual arts majors, they benefit from a handful of initiatives designed to help them succeed during their first year in college. “I have been able to learn so much and expand who I am as an artist because of living near people with similar interests,” says CAM student Ryan Green.
The touchscreen walks visitors through the impact Ed "Big Daddy" Roth's counter-culture art had on a whole host of artists and creators. The influence of Roth's Rat Fink character can be seen across genres as diverse as custom car design, graphic t-shirts, animation, and even fine art.
CAM announces expanded opportunities to see, celebrate, and reward our community for work that lies at the intersection of social justice, the vision, mission, and values of the College, and the Strategic Plan 2030.
“The show was sold out so definitely one of the coolest moments was when we ended our set and I looked up to the venue and saw thousands of people standing, cheering, and applauding us,” says CAM student Zoe Moff, who plays bass.
“CAM’s EDI Awards were instituted to seed and celebrate efforts that increase awareness of disparities within and across systems, inspire positive change, and make visible the work art and art scholarship do to create a more hopeful and just world,” writes Mark Rabideau, Associate Dean for Faculty and Student Affairs.
From the Denver Art Museum to Meow Wolf’s Convergence Station, the Mile High City has earned a lot of international attention in the art world of late. And one of the stalwarts of the city’s art scene is the Emmanuel Gallery, a venerable art gallery located in the heart of the Auraria campus.