(Westword)–– Wildermiss credits their start at CU Denver and in Music & Entertainment Industry Studies to giving them the tools and chops to make it as a nationally-known act. That's the reason they are coming back to campus to talk and play for LYNX Camp––to give back to students who want to pursue the arts.
(The New York Times)–– A member of Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five faces murder charges and his fate may hang on surveillance video that has been analyzed by top international media forensics expert, Catalin Grigoras, director of the National Center for Media Forensics at CU Denver's College of Arts & Media.
As society continues to rethink the Future of Work and grapples with the Great Resignation, new levels of creativity and imagination will be required. CU Denver invites researchers, scholars, creators, and interested citizens to join a cultural movement to build a smart and savvy workforce that works for all.
Although the Emmanuel Art Gallery no longer serves as home to a religious congregation, artist Trine Bumiller’s vision for the former house of worship is nonetheless inspired. The building “almost asked for a biblical theme,” Bumiller says.
Scholars Vidblain Balvas López, Anaïs Ornelas Ramirez, and Dr. Diego Zavala Scherer have been chosen as part of the COMEXUS: Becas Fulbright-García Robles program. This partnership with COMEXUS and CAM represents the first time scholars in the Arts will be traveling to the U.S. for this program.
"Having a visual arts degree and being an installation artist helps me see the potential in other people’s work that they may not see," says CAM alum Laura Phelps Rogers '13. Phelps Rogers opened a gallery in 2018 in Denver's RiNo neighborhood.
At the Still Point of the Turning of the World: Black in America captures the responses of several artists to the tension between living with the status quo and imagining new futures. The exhibition is composed of four distinct projects with touch points to the world-renowned pianist Awadagin Pratt.
(Westword) The production of CAM alum and Denver rapper Jelie’s new mental health-centered single, “Cope,” took longer than she anticipated, so the song is coming out rather late in Mental Health Awareness Month.
The cohort style of Film & Television facilitates students working with and learning from other students, faculty, and industry professionals from day one on campus. The intensity of the degree program ensures that only those who are truly passionate about film stick around through the senior thesis project.
Each year, students at CU Denver are invited to submit visual artwork for a juried exhibition to be displayed at the Emmanuel Art Gallery. This year’s exhibition, “Guilty” was curated by Kyoko Ono, who has chosen a selection of works to be displayed out of the 80 total submissions she was handed. The show runs from May 10-19th. A celebration of the show is scheduled for May 10th, 3-5pm.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents will award Tenzing Rigdol an Honorary Doctorate degree on May 3, 2022. Rigdol, one of the world’s most prolific contemporary Tibetan artists, is an alumnus of University of Colorado Denver’s College of Arts & Media.
(Wisconsin Public Radio)––Did you know Tik Tok gave a recent Grammy winner their start? Storm Gloor, music business professor at CU Denver, weighs about the influence social media is having on the music industry.
Celebrate and gain insight into Cinco de Mayo through music, poetry, and community at Number Thirty Eight, located in the RiNo arts district. Hear the sounds of CU Denver and Colorado’s Latinx jazz, traditional, hip-hop, and pop musicians to move your feet and open your mind.
The University of Colorado Denver is pleased to present the "Visual Arts BFA Exhibition 2022". This exhibition features artwork, design and 3D animation from the graduating class of 2022 and is open at RedLine Contemporary Art Center April 30–May 14.
(Westword)––A collaboration by students of Bryan Leister’s CU Denver College of Arts & Media students with designer Norbeto Mojardin, who created a couture gown as a tribute to powerful women, and artist/curator Lilian Lara, whose work using upcycled materials plays up the underdog character of Chicano art, Malintzin doesn’t hedge at calling its subject a hero. Malintzin: Unraveled and Rewoven, the third iteration and interpretation of the Malinche story broached by the Denver Art Museum and the Museo de las Americas takes yet another approach in framing the historic but misunderstood character in her rightful place as a bridge between cultures at odds
(KUVO Jazz)––Zoe Moff studies Recording Arts and Music Business with a focus on Bass Performance, at the University of Colorado Denver. Originally from Argentina, she has been a sound engineer, bass player, and session musician for numerous groups around the world. Her career highlights include original music in advertisements, producing, and managing an artist featured in +300 playlists on Spotify.