ATLAS Institute Assistant Professor Joel Swanson

Art show explores the divisive language of today's political discourse

Aug. 17, 2017

Opening Aug. 18 in Denver, professor Joel Swanson's exhibition 'Sticks & Stones' features provocative art rooted in language often used to classify and marginalize.Read more »
Unearthed: Ancient Life in the Boulder Valley exhibit at Museum of Natural History

Visit amazing exhibits without leaving campus

July 14, 2017

CU Boulder offers a variety of art and history museums and exhibitions open to the community at no cost. Take a look to see what's on display.Read more »
Wooden-dowel sculpture titled Sanctuary

Artist embraces multifaith design in Norlin Library installation

June 23, 2017

A new sculpture by artist Matthew Vivirito has been installed at the heart of campus, Norlin Library. The piece, titled "Sanctuary," will remain in the library through the fall semester.Read more »
Professor Melanie Yazzie in studio

'Heart Mapping' exhibit, talk and reception May 19

May 17, 2017

The Earth Sciences & Map Library will host Professor Melanie Yazzie to discuss her new art and map exhibit "Heart Mapping: Indigenous Perspectives on Land," followed by a reception.Read more »
ATLAS doctoral student Lila Finch with Luminous Science project

Inventions to look for at the ATLAS Expo May 3

May 1, 2017

Would a room-sized, working model of the internet help you understand how it works? How might an event-specific social media platform work? Interested in gaming live with friends on your phone? Explore these student projects and more at the ATLAS Expo.Read more »
The side of an electric bus.

See the future of cars, bikes and buses April 19

April 13, 2017

Some of the newest car, bike and bus technologies will be on display and available to experience at an upcoming award ceremony and alternative fuel expo, featuring the Nissan Leaf, BMW i3, a hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle, both biodiesel and electric buses, electric bikes and more.Read more »
Photo from Sri Lankan wedding ceremony

'A House for Every Daughter' ethnographic photography exhibit

April 12, 2017

Emeritus Professor Dennis McGilvray's photography exhibit in the Anthropology Department reflects his research on the marriage and dowry practices of Tamil-speaking Hindus and Muslims in the eastern region of Sri Lanka.Read more »
Man stands in front of "Kissing Point" installation

Acclaimed video-art installation on display this weekend only

March 8, 2017

Dead ends, void zones and semi-porous borders fill a split-screen video of an Israeli bypass road and its surroundings in Peggy Ahwesh's art installation "Kissing Point (Revisited)," open March 11 and 12.Read more »
Star of David engraved in grave stone

Holocaust Remembrance Day lecture and exhibit

Jan. 5, 2017

The Program in Jewish Studies and William A. Wise Law Library will honor International Holocaust Remembrance Day with a lecture by Professor Nils Roemer and the highly acclaimed international exhibit "Lawyers Without Rights: Jewish Lawyers in Germany Under the Third Reich."Read more »
Ariel Wiggan and Sarah Wachter  squat behind a gray table with their chest and head above it. Between them is their invention, Tentacles of Light, a lamp which resembles a squid, which has a green head with a face on top and white legs that hang down.

Inventions to look for at ATLAS Expo Dec. 7

Dec. 2, 2016

Come visit a showcase of more than 100 student projects in virtual reality, physical computing, mobile apps, human-computer interactions and more at the ATLAS Expo, which takes place 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7. It's free and open to the public.Read more »

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