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Detail of Italian drawing of people in a boat

Draw Me In: The Art of Drawing at the CU Art Museum

February 1—March 24, 2018 Drawings from CU Art Museum made from the 1200s to today are featured in this exhibition, curated by a team of graduate students in CU’s museum practicum seminar. Draw Me In encourages close looking and conversation. As viewers study techniques employed by artists working in a...
Black ink woodblock print of an elderly woman reaching to the ground

ARGUSEUM: Curating the Controversial

ARGUSEUM: Curating the Controversial November 16, 2017 - January, 2018 This exhibit was curated by Thora Brylowe’s First-Year Seminar students as part of her class "Saving the World: Museums, Collections, and Archives". Over the course of the semester students learned why and how people and institutions collect and display artifacts...
Thora Brylowe in the gallery

Narrative Im[press]ions: 200 Years of Printed Illustrations

Narrative Im[press]ions: 200 Years of Printed Illustrations November 14, 2016 - June 24, 2017 This exhibition was curated by students in the University of Colorado’s English course "Introduction to Media Theory in the Humanities". Over the course of the semester, students selected and researched prints from CU Art Museum’s collection,...
A watercolor of a Native American man posed as a paper doll

Can You See Me Now?

ARTH 4919: Can You See Me Now? July 25 - October 15, 2016 By challenging stereotypes and confronting colonial histories the artists in this exhibition invite us to see the historical and contemporary experiences of Indigenous peoples. In the works on view, they bring past events into the present, disrupting...