(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.
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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.
Visual Arts Professor Rian Keranne created the mezuzah now affixed to the doorframe of Golda Meir's House Museum on the Auraria Campus. The house was rededicated in a ceremony on Monday, January 10, 2022 during which various leaders who were instrumental in saving the house from obscurity and demolition were honored.
Sean Koto is the visual arts section administrator in the College of Arts & Media’s Visual Arts Department. He’s known by his peers as a professional employee who is deeply dedicated to diversity and inclusion, and to the safety and success of students.
If you had told Associate Professor Maria Buszek, PhD, during her early days as an undergraduate student that she’d one day find herself at the front of a classroom, she wouldn’t have believed it. Years later, that’s exactly where CU Denver’s most recent appointee to the President’s Teaching Scholars Program ended up.
Congratulations to legends of the bluegrass and festival scene, Leftover Salmon and their bassist, CAM faculty Greg Garrison, who are being inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. CAM is proud of Dr. Garrison, not only for his contributions to the fabric of bluegrass and Colorado music, but for his commitment to mentoring students in the classroom and as leader of the CU Denver Bluegrass Ensemble.
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.
–Punk and New Wave posters will take over the walls of the historic Emmanuel Art Gallery from October 14 through December 21 in electrifying tandem exhibitions, depicting the revolutionary intersection between music, design, and pop culture. “Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die Redux: Punk Graphic Design” and “Reversing Into the Future: New Wave Graphic Design” feature the storied posters, patches, and fashion from the collection of Andrew Krivine, who holds one of world’s most important collections of Punk and Post-Punk graphic art.
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.
With his CU Denver Advanced Acting class, Eric Jewett is directing “180 Degrees” a dramatic short that demonstrates use of the 180-degree rule, which determines camera point of view in two-person scenes. While mastery of this rule may seem subtle to the viewer, it’s a filmmaking offense to break and requires command, control, and proficiency of a scene.