The CIIPE co-founder and director emeritus will be honored with a special retrospective showcasing posters he designed over the past 50 years.
Social Justice Thru the Arts hosted their 3rd season of summer sessions to help Colorado high school students grapple with concepts like oppression, privilege, and art as a means of resistance through discussion, video, artmaking and collaborative forum.
A CSU graphic design major who graduated during the COVID-19 pandemic used the connections he made on campus to start his own small business.
Just like a winning season for the Colorado State University Rams, the project to redesign Ram Walk was a team effort.
Celebrating the diverse genre of artists’ books, the exhibit will be on view in the museum’s Griffin Foundation Gallery from Aug. 26 to Dec. 18.
The first passion of Blake Welch (B.F.A., ’85) was drawing and painting, but it took a moment of clarity and the courage to walk away from a thriving business to return to his creative roots and begin teaching what he had learned along the way.
Beginning July 26, volunteers are needed to help paint the nearly 4,000-square-foot street mural that welcomes fans to Canvas Stadium and celebrates Ram pride.
As part of the piece, the artist invited a CSU composer to create a unique, living map that weaves a sonic story about the region’s land, water and community.
The one-week workshop teaches basic social justice concepts and advocacy through integrated work and exploration in the arts.
The exhibit aims to shed light on the impacts the Russian invasion of Ukraine has had on Ukrainian artists and cultural groups.