RedLine is a non-profit contemporary art center. Their vision is to empower every person to create social change through art.
The College of Arts & Media and Department of Visual Arts enjoy a special relationship with this very special and visible arts venue. The BFA Thesis Show will be on display there from May 3-14, 2016.
Gary Steuer tweeted this today: http://colleendilen.com/2016/04/20/why-donors-stop-giving-money-to-cultural-organizations-data/
Distance learning master’s courses announced by Falmouth pose the question of whether creative skills can be taught online
Sage Hospitality owns over 60 hotels nationwide and 22 in Denver. One of those hotels is the Downtown Courtyard by Marriott. The College of Arts & Media has benefited by a terrific relationship with this hotel, including an on-site art gallery, graduation receptions and gifts that support scholarships and student success.
Today, Delia Tharnish a senior photography major, gave a presentation to thank senior executives of Sage Hospitality for funding her trip to participate in Art Dubai. Check out the blog from her trip to Dubai: https://camambassadors.wordpress.com/the-ambassadors/delia/
Many thanks to Sage Hospitality.
What a great way to spend the Noon hour. Our admin offices for the College of Arts & Media have student art hanging on walls throughout our suite. Our staff members “live” with this art–and today they heard from Visual Arts students Julie Jablonski and Karel Moyer. Prof. Mary Connelly was on hand–as she “curates” the art that is displayed in our offices.
As Dean, I could not be prouder of our talented students–but also with our financial, communications, student advising, summer camp, human resources, admissions and media forensics staffs who learned more about our students and their life’s work.
Thanks to Tanida Ruampant for arranging this lecture.
It was so good to meet with Elena Resnikova (’10) in Dallas. She graduated (with honors) with a degree in 3D and Digital Animation. In our meeting she mentioned Howard Cook, Paul Conor, Tripp Vroman, Steve Baker and Travis Vermilye as professors who helped her develop as an artist and creator.