Unearthed: Ancient Life in the Boulder Valley exhibit at Museum of Natural History

Visit amazing exhibits right on campus

Dec. 21, 2017

CU Boulder offers a variety of exhibitions open to the campus and community at no cost. Take a look to see what's on display.

'Hit the Bricks' LEGO exhibit at the CU Heritage Center

Did you know there's a LEGO model of the CU Boulder campus?

Dec. 19, 2017

Roughly 1 million LEGO bricks take the shape of CU Boulder in this free exhibit, featuring everything from Old Main to whimsical reflections of campus life and an Eye Spy scavenger hunt.

Martin Luther posts his 95 Theses, sparking the Protestant Reformation

Rare Protestant Reformation materials on view Nov. 27

Nov. 15, 2017

From a time 500 years ago that brought new ideas into religion, politics, economics and more, University Libraries is pleased to provide a glimpse of unique materials at a special event.

Woman sits unique circle table

Faculty exhibition to feature in-gallery conversations with the experts

Nov. 7, 2017

Join Jeanne Quinn, ceramics professor, and Melanie Yazzie, printmaking professor, at the CU Art Museum for casual in-gallery conversations about the "Faculty Exhibition: 2017."

pemberton illustration

CU Museum exhibit features botanical illustrations of cannabis

Sept. 8, 2017

The CU Museum of Natural History will debut "Cannabis: A Visual Perspective," a first-of-its-kind art installation of botanical illustrations of cannabis, on Friday, Sept. 8.

Faculty Exhibition: 2017 features bed of old yellow Datsun pickup

What's half a yellow Datsun pickup doing in the art museum?

Aug. 24, 2017

The breadth of artistic skill of CU Boulder faculty is being celebrated in a new exhibit at the CU Art Museum. Ceramics, film, sculptures, multimedia installations, painting, photography and video works will be on view through Dec. 23.

Illustration with animals

New museum exhibit to highlight unique ecological relationships

Aug. 23, 2017

Opening Aug. 26, the CU Boulder Museum of Natural History's latest exhibit "Curious Connections in Nature" will reveal unique and important links between organisms.

ATLAS Institute Assistant Professor Joel Swanson

Art show explores the divisive language of today's political discourse

Aug. 17, 2017

Opening Aug. 18 in Denver, professor Joel Swanson's exhibition 'Sticks & Stones' features provocative art rooted in language often used to classify and marginalize.

Wooden-dowel sculpture titled Sanctuary

Artist embraces multifaith design in Norlin Library installation

June 23, 2017

A new sculpture by artist Matthew Vivirito has been installed at the heart of campus, Norlin Library. The piece, titled "Sanctuary," will remain in the library through the fall semester.

Professor Melanie Yazzie in studio

'Heart Mapping' exhibit, talk and reception May 19

May 17, 2017

The Earth Sciences & Map Library will host Professor Melanie Yazzie to discuss her new art and map exhibit "Heart Mapping: Indigenous Perspectives on Land," followed by a reception.