Accessibility Statement We are committed to providing a website and virtual showcase experience that is accessible to the widest possible audience. All artists showcased here have provided at least one of the following to support their original format: descriptions, captions, images, and other mixed-modal material to express their artwork/music/game/film. It was also part of their course assessment to consider and prepare their works with accessibility as a goal. There is a combination of using images, sounds, and written pieces throughout our pages. Video games are also supported by “walkthroughs” to experience the game. If you are having any difficulties with accessing our content, please contact email@example.com
Content Warning The site has been filtered for explicit content. There are notices where you can view the work externally at your own discretion.
Land Acknowledgment We recognize that the university sits upon land within the territories of the Ute and Arapaho peoples. Further, we acknowledge that 48 contemporary tribal nations are historically tied to the lands that make up the state of Colorado. In our daily lives, let us honor and respect that the Boulder Valley is home to the Hinóno'éí people and to many other tribes that also camped, hunted, and traded here for centuries. Native people of many Indigenous nations live here today.
Virtual Materiality Acknowledgment We acknowledge that this showcase is taking place through the connected devices and infrastructures of the internet, which is a material network that is built through natural resource mining and global labor exploitation, depends on vast and constant energy consumption, generates greenhouse gases that cause climate change, and produces e-waste that is part of a global chain of imperialism and inequality.