Martha Russo

Visual Arts Complex
Art & Art History Building
Office 313

Office Hours
Spring: Tuesdays 12-3 
Fall: Fridays 12-3

Martha Russo (b. 1962, Milford, Connecticut) earned her BA in developmental biology and psychology from Princeton University (1985) and earned her MFA at the University of Colorado Boulder (1995).  Russo’s sculptures and installations have been exhibited nationally at venues such as the Alan Stone Gallery in New York, Denver Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver, and The Santa Fe Art Institute.  Her work was recently the focus of a 25-year survey at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in 2016.  Through the socially and politically based art collective, Artnauts, Russo has shown her two-dimensional works in hundreds of exhibitions in eighteen countries since joining the group in 1996. In addition to her studio practice, Russo is an instructor at the University of Colorado Boulder and prior to her appointment at CU, she taught fine arts at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Denver for eighteen years.

Fall Semester
Art, Design, Engineering: Thinking and Making
ARTS 4934/5934 +COEN 4830 

Spring Semester
Practicum: Professional Art Practices
ARTS 3097.005