Curtis Bean, quoted in this Sunday New York Times article (October 18, 2015) , is currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Media as a painting/drawing major.
Another two articles about Curtis Bean in MilitaryTimes http://www.militarytimes.com/story/veterans/2015/09/03/vision-new-vfw-off-wall-partnership-post-1-art–war-project/71577594/
I was very fortunate to be in the audience for a special screening of Mitch Dickman‘s (CAM alum, ’05) new documentary, Rolling Papers. Having seen his excellent earlier film, Hanna Ranch, I was equally impressed with this new release. Coming from a family who worked on the production end of the newspaper business, I also worked several summers at the local newspaper. This film (to me) showed the journalistic end (in a highly visceral way) of how an important story was covered–as much as the actual topic (the cannabis industry/culture in Colorado).
The documentary approach of how the Denver Post appointed an editor and is covering the legalization of marijuana was so real and evocative that it took me back to my days working in the mail room of the Daily Courier News and the smells of lead, ink and paper.
Values of the CU Denver College of Arts & Media
Academic and artistic rigor, creativity and innovation are bedrock principles of the CAM community and the cornerstone of how we define excellence. As champions of creative excellence in art making and artistic expression we support risk-taking, intellectual freedom and social responsibility.
We believe in a culture of shared discovery. Our students learn by doing, and as emerging peers, are important contributors to the knowledge exchange. We value rigorous investigation, critical thinking, diversity, collaboration and invention.
We are committed to learning both inside and outside the classroom. The accessibility, diversity and cultural energy of Denver make CAM a better place to teach, work and learn. We strive to offer reciprocal experiences to the citizens of this great city and pay it forward by extending our reach and impact in the global community.
Opening Reception, Saturday October 10, 2015–
Museum of Outdoor Arts in Englewood, Colorado
The common thread that runs through the entire College of Arts & Media at CU Denver is story telling. Through music industry, digital media, visual arts, film/TV that’s what we do.
Patrick Jager has recently formed CORE Innovation Group. Mr. Jager has a track record of success in the TV industry, and is now using his skills to help companies and individuals focus their success in media, communications and business development by channeling core strengths and building out new content, messaging and programs that support growth.
Having just formed CORE Innovation Group we are very grateful that he is finding the time to support the next generation of creators, designers, scholars, and story tellers at CU Denver College of Arts & Media.
Here’s the article from Variety announcing his new venture. http://variety.com/2015/tv/news/high-noons-patrick-jager-launches-core-innovation-group-1201601834/