Odette England spent six weeks photographing the Australian bushfire aftermath and collecting buckets of ash, which she rubbed into the surfaces of her prints. Her works speak to the uncontrollable nature of fire, the urgency of change and of how we learn, forget, remember and persevere.
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The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art (GAMA) at Colorado State University is proud to announce Glorioserías: The Body in Late Twentieth Century Mexican Art, an upcoming exhibition that explores Mexican identity through distinctive representations of the human body
The Hatton Gallery at Colorado State University will present a Social Justice thru the Arts Celebration on Sept. 30: the unveiling of a Holding Space mural and a virtual artist talk by Rose Jaffe.
Yufna Soldier Wolf will share her experience successfully repatriating three Northern Arapaho children from the Carlisle Indian School, the United States’ oldest and largest residential school.
The first faculty member to fill the endowed Willette position is Douglas Finn, Ph.D., a one-year visiting professor of Catholic studies.
On Sept. 23, ACT Human Rights Film Festival and The Lyric will bring ‘Forget Me Not’ (2021) to Fort Collins for a one-night film screening and post-film discussion.
The Public Lands History Center’s Parks as Portals to Learning field workshop celebrates its ninth year.
This summer, the CSU Department of Economics launched a new program to increase funded research opportunities and data skill development for undergraduate students.
ART 280A3, Books Arts: History, Meaning and Form, is an experimental, first-of-its-kind book arts and history course this summer taught in the Department of Art and Art History.
May 25 should be a day of mourning for George Floyd, an opinion from Dr. David McIvor, associate professor of political science at CSU