Art-lovers and fans of Furness’s innovative, cutting-edge, radically different fine art have many options to enjoy her paintings this summer. The work can be viewed physically, virtually, and mobile(y)–yes, even on wheels.
Colorado Office of Film, Television & Media (COFTM) and CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media (CAM) announce the launch of the CAM Creative Corps, a student and recent-graduate run team dedicated to helping nonprofit arts and cultural organizations pivot to online programming and remote learning opportunities.
Defying Coronavirus, but not executive orders, two major College of Arts & Media (CAM) events are moving online and not allowing social-distancing to keep students from not just sharing their achievements––but celebrating them, too.
In fall of 2020, Lee will be attending Sunway University in Kuala Lumpur, earning a scholarship towards a Masters in Creative Arts & Media. It’s huge investment in her commitment to reaching her goals–she has been accepted to prestigious graduate programs in the U.S., but connections to Sunway through a CAM partnership for cultural and scholarly exchange and a graduate program that aligns with her professional ambitions have led her to take on the challenge of international study.
Nine student-led teams from the College of Arts & Media (CAM) have been awarded a total of $15,000 in funding for creative and scholarly projects as a part of the inaugural Dean’s Student Innovation Award. The awards, which encourages collaboration and idea exchange, will support large-scale, cross-disciplinary projects to be completed this spring and presented at the first CAM Innovation Awards Celebration to be held May 1, 2020.
In commitment to evolving groundbreaking curriculum and preparing students to be change-agents in the creative economy, CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media has entered into an official partnership with Sound Diplomacy that will support two innovative and trailblazing courses– Music Cities and Music Tourism– through providing live research, data, project support, mentorship, and guests lecturers.
Inspired by Colorado Ballet’s 2020 Peter Pan production, From the Pages of Peter Pan exhibits artwork by CU Denver College of Arts & Media Visual Arts students and the Denver youth of Arts Street on display at the Next Stage Gallery located in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Just a few steps away from the ballet Peter Pan at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, the free exhibition takes downtown visitors through brilliant interpretations of the story about the "boy who wouldn't grow up.”
The work and creative activity of CU Denver’s talented and accomplished College of Arts & Medial faculty will be on display at the Emmanuel Art Gallery, on the downtown Auraria Campus, January 23 – February 19.
n an exciting continuation of the CU Denver and Sunway University of Kuala Lumpur partnership, George Hess will be visiting the College of Arts & Media (CAM) January 21–26 as a part of a new MOU providing opportunities for research, creative work, and global education.
Maria Buszek, CU Denver Art History faculty, has co-edited the prolific and acclaimed book A Companion to Feminist Art, published by Wiley-Blackwel. In March, she will travel to Cambridge University to speak of the contributions of Linda Sterling, who will be highlighted in Buszek's upcoming book, The Art of Noise.