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MASTERS OF FINE ARTS
SPRING 2020 THESIS EXHIBITION

Jasmine Abena Colgan
Laura Conway
Kate E. Hinshaw
Brittney Hofer
Samara Johnson
Sarah McCormick
Katie Minyard
Jeremiah Palecek

going remote

Going Remote

Going Remote is an online-only exhibition featuring 112 individual and collaborative digital artworks from over 80 undergraduate students from six different digital art courses taught in TECHNE over the Spring 2020 semester. The program features a wide array of new media projects including visually stimulating video art, cell animation, GIF art, multimedia zines and live recordings of sound remix performances. TECHNE instructors included Françoise Duressé-Stimilli, Corrina Espinosa, Cali Banks, Laura Kim and Mark Amerika.

LOCATION: goingremote.art  (free and open to the public, no mask needed!)

existence distance

Existence Through Distance

An Immersive Gallery Exhibition
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This exhibition was specifically organized to present visualizations of artists who responded to the Coronavirus. It is a visual record of what artists saw, experienced or felt when confronted with a 21st Century existential health crisis. An exhibition made possible by IA Studios from the IMAP department presents: Joanna Bugajska & Dr. George Rivera. Artists: Alejandra Abad, Román Anaya, ChelseaTaylor, Molly Ott, will be featured in space, orbiting earth. 

Art & Art History Exhibitions in the News

Mikey Yates paintings

Annual CU Boulder exhibition celebrates student art online

As global pandemics and public art exhibitions are not terribly compatible, last week, the Department of Art and Art History Department at the University of Colorado Boulder launched its annual King Exhibition online instead of in a gallery. The digital exhibit, which is the department’s yearly opportunity to celebrate student work, features artwork made by more than 60 undergraduate and graduate students. Read more
Red Grooms, American b.1937, Subway, 1986, 3-D color lithograph

Persuasion is focus of wide-ranging art exhibition

In the Persuasive Prints exhibition at the CU Art Museum, prints gathered from the museum’s collection, augmented with loans from CU University Library’s Special Collections, show how artists and printmakers have combined images, text and artistic techniques to persuade viewers. Curated by graduate students in the museum’s practicum seminar, the diverse Persuasive Prints exhibition brings together 35 engravings, etchings, lithographs and woodcuts created from the 1500s to today. Read more
Francoise Duressé-Stimilli’s (Déesse’s) “HERMAFRODEK

World wild web: Dairy’s digital-driven exhibit ‘Brutal Realities’ challenges world perceptions

Varied art by CU’s TECHNE Lab affiliates will on display at the Dairy Center for the Arts Read more
Dakota Nanton at Open Studios

Open studios, student artists draw wide inspiration

Emerging Artists Open Studios, an annual event at the Visual Arts Complex in the Art and Art History Building, co-sponsored by Open Studios Boulder and the King Family, in conjunction with the Conference on World Affairs Read more
Student in open studios

King Exhibition, Open Studios and the CU Art Museum create a synergy of art

Artists’ creative laboratories will be open and on display for the Emerging Artists Open Studios. Read more
Original art work that is part of the MFA exhibition that is the result of a collaboration between the CU Museum of Natural History and MFA students.

CU museum’s collections inspire MFA exhibit

Seven students, John DeFeo, Corrina Expinosa, Ariana Kolins, Ben McQuillan, Roberta Restaino, Carissa Samaniego and Adam Sekular have produced new artwork in response to the process of collecting, storing and sharing a rich and diverse cultural archive. Read more