The two-weekend run opens on Friday, Oct. 4 in the University Theatre at the University Center for the Arts.
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While recorded sound was the ‘first big thing’ as far as technology’s impact on music, everything from the synthesizer to the computer and composition software has had an impact on how music is composed, created, and shared. Modern technologies in the classroom and in the performance halls at the University Center for the Arts allow music students and music patrons to experience state-of-the-art music performances.
At the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, art and technology continually intersect. The spring 2019 exhibition, Off Kilter, On Point: Art of the 1960s from the Permanent Collection, encapsulated ways in which technology and art are interrelated by featuring a decade where that idea came into focus.
A Man of No Importance, the musical, is a tender story of family, friendship, and acceptance that teaches us it really is a wonderful thing to “love who you love.” It starts at the University Center of the Arts April 26.
Innovative, diverse, and relevant new works by CSU dance faculty and student choreographers are featured throughout the 2019 Spring Dance Concert April 26-27
Performances of The Wandering Scholar by Gustav Holst and Riders to the Sea by Ralph Vaughan Williams will be held at the UCA this month.
This is the first time the annual convention has been held in Colorado since the inception of the American Bandmasters Association (ABA) in 1930.
A fairly new play, One Man, Two Guvnors by Richard Bean, opens on Friday, Feb. 15, at the UCA.
Big Love by Charles Mee has been called a big, beautiful, fantastic mess. Just like love, or perhaps like water. Water plays a major role in the on-stage dynamic, and the key to success is collaboration between the multiple theatrical shops. From the set designer to the technical director, all members of CSU’s Theatre worked together to make the production a success (and not a mess!)
As part of their national accreditation, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art prepared an emergency response plan, identifying which pieces they would ‘rescue’, in case there is a flood or other natural disaster affecting the collection. “As a land-grant institution, our collection is part of the public trust and we hold it and care for it for everyone. We have to protect the collections from all forms of water for ten more years and beyond.”