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- We believe that the arts have the power to transform individuals, and to transform society.
- Studying art promotes close looking, creative thinking, and problem-solving.
- Educating students from all backgrounds is an incredibly effective way to help us change our world for the better.
We are hosting a virtual fundraiser and hope that you can join us, and hear directly from students who have been impacted by studying in our department, as well as from faculty who have devoted their careers to teaching emerging artists and art historians. We will be sharing work by students and faculty and will close the evening with a raffle of a works generously donated by faculty and staff members.
Wednesday, December 2
5:30 PM MST
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If you are not able to join us, but want to support our efforts, please make a donation in any amount by using the link below. Please share this invitation with others who may be moved to support our efforts. By donating towards our scholarship fund, you will make a tremendous difference in someone’s life by giving them an education in the arts—and giving them the chance to change the world.
Art & Art History in the News
In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter
The Department of Art & Art History at the University of Colorado Boulder stands in solidarity with Black Americans and the Black Lives Matter movement. Read our full statement and a explore a list of anti-rascism resources available to students and our community.
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Art major follows her curiosity at CU Boulder
CU Boulder Printmaking Professor Melanie Yazzie