Gallery Director Silvia Minguzzi describes the Juried BFA Exhibition 2022 and the pieces displayed as the “best” work of the class of 2022, as chosen by local artists Anthony Guntren, sculptor, and Kris Barz Mendonça, illustrator.
The Alliance Partnership, Women Studies and Gender Research, Department of Ethnic Studies, Department of Art and Art History and the College of Liberal Arts are proud to present the program Social Justice Thru the Arts 2022. The one-week workshop teaches basic social justice concepts and advocacy through integrated work and exploration in the arts. The […]
The Scott Artist Series and Colorado State University’s Department of Art and Art History, in collaboration with the Hatton Gallery, will present an artist talk by Rowland Ricketts on March 1 at 5 p.m. in the Iris and Michael Smith Alumni Center Event Hall on the CSU campus. During his three-day visit, Ricketts will be teaching a […]
Art is in the eye of the beholder — or rather, in this case, the ear. Creating art through noise is what “Affective Tone” is all about. Denver-based artist Adán De La Garza, who is “an anonymous member of the curatorial Collective Misnomer,” according to the Colorado State University art and art history website, created an art exhibition […]
Hatton Gallery presents Dance in the Hatton Gallery, Dance Improvisation by Soph Cardinal, CSU Dance. Degrees by Odette England Hatton Gallery Department of Art and Art History in Partnership with Center for Fine Art Photography The Balanescu Quartet, “Still with me”, 1994 Special Thanks to Lisa Morgan, CSU Dance
When someone walks into an art gallery, it’s usually not with the intention of playing mini-golf. That is, unless it’s the CSU Department of Art and Art History’s Hatton Gallery these days. The Hatton is now home to the interactive show called “Mulligan,” a complete nine-hole miniature golf course, put together by CSU Art Department […]