Those familiar with Narkita's vibrant photography may find elements of this new exhibition—which includes all new work since the artist’s popular 2020 series, Black in Denver—adding complexity to her existing works.
Reframing the Landscape places the work of artists Lanny DeVuono and Yoshitomo Saito side by side. The free exhibition is on display through October 7, 2023. The public is welcome to join the artists for a reception and Q&A September 7th starting at 4pm.
(5280 Magazine) Visual Arts Professor Melissa Furness is Meow Wolf's Convergence Station’s newest artist-in-residence and revealed an installation called Naturalis Grottesche this summer. The exhibition features a sound element, composed by fellow College of Arts & Media Professor Sam McGuire.
This is the second consecutive year CU Denver’s Film & Television (FiTV) department has been named to MovieMaker Magazine's Best Film School list. CU Denver is the only film school in the Rocky Mountain region featured, sharing the recognition with schools such as NYU and UCLA.
(DARIA Art Magazine) - "Should you visit only one exhibition this summer, let Made in Colorado be among the contenders," writes Laura I. Miller. Made in Colorado is on display in the Emmanuel and CU Denver Experience galleries through July 21, 2023.
(Shoutout Colorado) Music & Entertainment Industry Studies student Finn O'Sullivan is featured in this interview with Shoutout Colorado. Finn, an award-winning singer/songwriter, opens up about being a musician, performing onstage, and the coolest places in Denver.
(PR Newswire) Prof. David Liban's film "Publish or Perish" has been acquired by Buffalo 8 Distribution and will be released nationwide in the U.S. on-demand on Amazon, Vudu and cable on August 18, 2023.
(New Amsterdam Records) - STILLPOINT is a collection of six newly-commissioned works of profound grace, power, and depth, composed by a group of stylistically diverse composers for piano (Pratt), string orchestra (A Far Cry), and vocal ensemble (Roomful of Teeth). CAM's Associate Dean for Faculty and Student Affairs, Mark Rabideau, served as Executive Producer of the album.
Sweeping group exhibitions like “Made in Colorado,” the variety show currently headquartered at Denver’s Emmanuel Gallery, can offer artful benefits all around — especially when they are executed with a good strategy.
Junior Bianca Rawlings is the fourth student from CAM's 3D Graphics & Animation program to land an internship with Pixar. For many who are accepted into Pixar's highly competitive program, the 12-week summer program opens the door to their dream jobs in animation.
CAM has been a sponsor of Youth on Record's summer Block Party for several years. This summer, we are sponsoring the stage which will host several local young musicians. Please join us June 10th, 2023 1-7pm.
The Film & Television program at CU Denver provides students with a strong foundation in production skills, distribution practices, television and cinema traditions, and industry trends. The program prepares students for a variety of careers in the industry, including directing, producing, screenwriting, cinematography, sound design, and editing.
Mark Rabideau assembled a team that included Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Becca Stevens and Music & Entertainment Studies faculty member Andrew Pettit, PhD, to create CU Denver’s first alma mater.
The College of Arts Media is pleased to present the Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition, featuring artwork, design, research, and animation from the graduating class of 2023. The show runs through May 11 at the RedLine Contemporary Art Center in Denver.
A handful of CU Denver students studying in MEIS participated in Youth on Record's podcasting internship. Recent graduate Sreeja Chakrabarty and current students Sydney Yllanes and Genevieve Glimp helped bring about some of the episodes that are now available on Spotify and other streaming platforms.
For spring 2023 CU Denver graduate Jaylen Dunbar, communicating through visuals and sounds is second nature. “I feel like I am a really empathetic person,” Dunbar said. “I have always wanted to use animation as a medium to tell meaningful and impactful stories.”