Denver and the College of Arts & Media celebrate Performance Art Week with live performances at the Emmanuel Art Gallery on March 1st and 2nd. A special viewing of video art and film will be projected on the Daniels & Fisher Clock Tower during the evening of March 1st.
(Denver Post)—Artist and activist Gregg Deal’s exhilarating and gutting solo show, “Tutse Nakoekwu (Minor Threat),” closes its roughly month-long run at Emmanuel Art Gallery at 4 p.m. on March 1 with a spoken-word performance from the artist himself.
"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.
(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 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.
(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.
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When Gregg Deal came across the work of James Luna, it was the first time he experienced another artist who was “unapologetically Indigenous.” It is that same spirit of un-apology and autonomy that Deal brings to his art.
(Denver Northstar)—Monday Jan. 10th, 2022, the community attended the rededication ceremony of the Golda Mier Museum on Denver’s Auraria Campus. Rian Kerrane, CU Denver sculpture faculty, created the mezuzah which will adorn the home and museum's entrance.
Check out photos from Awadagin Pratt's October 4th performance at the King Center Concert Hall on the Auraria Campus. Pratt was joined by members of the Colorado Symphony and CAM faculty member Gregory Walker.
Songwriting professor Owen Kortz used grant money he received last year to construct, outfit, and staff a music studio in Urban Peak, a drop-in shelter for youth experiencing homelessness in Denver. A Grand Opening event with live music will take place Oct. 14, 2021.
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.