Julie Carr's book, Someone Shot My Book, is a collection of critical and poetic essays published by the University of Michigan Press. According to the Press, "Carr’s essays push past familiar boundaries between the personal/confessional and experimental/conceptual strains in American poetry.” Read more about Carr’s book.
Michelle Ellsworth’s work in performance art has received substantial media interest, beginning with a write-up in the New York Times, "For Michelle Ellsworth, Practice Makes… More Practice." The Village Voice also wrote on her work in the piece, "The Year in Art Was All in the Details," and The Affidavit wrote about her work in the piece, "The Motivational Video Archive."
Joel Swanson had a recent solo show at David B. Smith entitled “Sticks & Stones,” examining the political ramifications of speech. Swanson also completed a public art commission at the Born Hotel in Denver, and recently returned from a five-week residency at the Banff Centre.
Michael Theodore's public art installation, are you me?, was exhibited on the Boulder Pearl Street Mall during the summer and fall of 2017. Theodore is presenting a TED-style talk titled The (Art) Machines Are Coming in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. as part of CU Boulder Next.