CU Denver welcomes pianist Awadagin Pratt to the Auraria Campus October 4, 2021. Carried by accounts of being stopped by police for driving while black, Awadagin Pratt’s multimedia performance uses art to engage the conversation about racism.
(CU Denver News)–– In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke to digital artist Quintin Gonzalez, associate professor in the Visual Arts department in CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media. Although he doesn’t call himself a political artist, his recent work was created in response to the family separation policy at the Mexico-U.S. border.
Hannah L. Drake and Josh Miller visit CU Denver College of Arts & Media to present their lecture "From Underestimated to the Cover of the New York Times”, which chronicled their path to creating the (Un)Known Project.
The beloved bronze work of sculptor Dan Ostermiller is considered fundamental to the artistic spirit of Colorado. With the upcoming installation of an eight-foot, 1,000-pound Lynx statue, his work will also be fundamental to the spirit of the University of Colorado Denver.
The College of Arts & Media (CAM) at CU Denver joins Energize Colorado and the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) to host a community event that promotes creativity and inclusivity in the business sector. Using Creativity to Drive Inclusion in Colorado Business will take place at the Emmanuel Art Gallery on the Auraria campus on August 24th at 4pm.