A Home In Between, Partial C: God's plan for the redemption (Erin Hyunhee Kang)

CU Boulder artist embodies resilience in the wake of the Marshall Fire

Oct. 31, 2022

Artist Erin Hyunhee Kang cultivates collective understanding in her exhibit: “A Home In Between” In a word, MFA student Erin Hyunhee Kang is resilient. Her resilience is not only evident in the themes of A Home In Between, her current exhibit at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA), but it is definitive of her character and perspective on life.

A multimedia installation, titled Dioramas for Tanjong Rimau, by Zarina Muhammad, Joel Tan and Zachary Chan that was featured as part of Brianne Cohen's research.

AAUW awards grants, fellowships to four CU Boulder scholars

Oct. 21, 2022

The funding will allow the scholars to pursue projects related to artists documenting ecological devastation in Southeast Asia and geopolitics in Iran, as well as for career development. Brianne Cohen, the recipient of the American Postdoctoral Research Leave Fellowship, who researches art history and criticism. AAUW awarded Cohen funds for her project, titled: The Emphatic Lens: Contemporary Art, Ecology and Kinship in Southeast Asia.

Tyler Wilde installs the final letter on the marquee of the Cody Theater as part of the "We Are Coming" display Wednes Sept. 21, 2022. Stephen Dow

'We are coming' highlights Filipinos in the American West

Sept. 21, 2022

Professors’ conceptual art shines spotlight on those who existed at the margins of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West shows

cam nelson

Art scholar wants to make CU Boulder stand out in African diasporic studies

Sept. 9, 2022

For cam nelson, a new assistant professor of art history at the University of Colorado Boulder who is comfortable with both she/her and they/them pronouns, it’s important that their work, rather than their persona, take center stage. Inspired by the late bell hooks, an American author and social activist, nelson chooses to have her name spelled in all lowercase letters. They describe writing in typical Roman case format as “announcing oneself” and writing in lowercase as “whispering.” The choice could be seen as a reflection of nelson’s personality—understated yet compelling—but also committed to their work.

Albert Chong, Winged Evocations, 1998 (detail), bronze masks, steel armatures, pinecone-embellished suits, rawhide, duck feathers, gearmotors, and motion sensors; installation view, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Ohio, commissioned and produced by Oberlin College. Photo: © John Seyfried, courtesy the artist

Receptacles of Memory

May 22, 2022

Lara Mashayekh speaks with artist Albert Chong and scholar Marci Kwon about the role of the archive and mysticism, their lived experiences as professionals in the art world, and their forthcoming endeavors.

Amy Hoagland artwork

CU Boulder artist wins national award for art about climate change

April 7, 2022

CU Boulder artist Amy Hoagland (MFA candidate, 2022) has received national recognition for her artwork, which addresses climate change, sustainability and humans’ relationship with the natural world.

Artnauts

The Artnauts

In 1996, Dr. George Rivera, Professor of Art in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Colorado Boulder founded the Artnauts with the help of Dennis Dalton (professor University of Colorado Pueblo, Beth Krensky (professor University of Utah) Garrison Roots, and Luis Valdovino (professors University of Colorado Boulder). The group has captured the attention of thousands of artists, community members, and art critics both nationally and internationally.

Angela Schwab, "cups"

Angela Schwab (BFA, Ceramics '06) builds space for the arts to thrive

March 1, 2022

There are so many details and components in architecture, and the challenge is distilling everything down into just the essentials, while keeping it beautiful and expressive. That's where I'm an eternal optimist, there's so much creativity and opportunity to learn and adapt, within every project and also within a career in the arts.

Andrea Jenkins Wallace

Andrea Jenkins Wallace (MFA '98) Celebrates Art in the West

Jan. 5, 2022

"Working in art adjacent professions and places can be very interesting and fulfilling. Not only a great opportunity for artists but it also enables organizations to start thinking more creatively too.”

David Ellsworth

David Ellsworth (MFA’73) Received the Smithsonian Institute’s 2021 Visionary Award

Nov. 5, 2021

“Recognitions can come in many forms, from a simple smile to a museum acquisition,” said Ellsworth. “It is an acknowledgment that the intrinsic value of an art object is not the price, but the process. Recognitions acknowledge a maker’s motivations. While the object supports the ego, the process supports the soul.”

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