Twelve Colorado State University history students have created an online exhibit called “Genghis Khan and the Empire He Created,” which the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures will debut in April.
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The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art and the Department of Art and Art History have come together to demonstrate the importance of CSU’s place in preserving and advancing the study of pottery.
The Colorado State University Department of History will be hosting a virtual exhibition on the Andrew G. Clark Building at 7 p.m. on Dec. 3, via Zoom.
Metalsmithing and jewelry majors participated in a global outreach effort to give medals in the shape of a hand to professionals who have put themselves at risk caring for others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new exhibition called The Right To Herself, which explores the vote as a promise for agency through diverse works of art, goes on display Oct. 20 at the Visual Arts Building at Colorado State University as well as the Lincoln Center Gallery in Fort Collins.
Despite the threat of COVID-19 and nearby forest fires that have blanketed the city in smoke and ash, the thousands of hours of planning paid off as Colorado State University made it to the halfway point of the fall semester this week.
When we say CSU is a place where all are welcomed, valued, and affirmed, that comes with a responsibility to not ignore the painful parts of our reality.
The master of fine arts program in Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art history has been ranked 32 slots higher than it was last year in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” edition.
The Public Lands History Center is launching an initiative to collect the community’s public lands experiences during the pandemic.
Assistant Professor Matthew Hitt studies American politics, and he can’t compare the federal response to the current COVID-19 outbreak to anything this country has seen before.