Monthly Archives: October 2016

Billboard Magazine names CU Denver’s MEIS as one of three places to “start a path” to music/entertainment law.

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Just out. Billboard Magazine names 10 Top Law Schools with music specialization–and then 3 schools “of note” to perhaps start pre-law study in music rights, royalties, copyright and other matters. University of Colorado Denver Department of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) in mentioned as a place to “start on a path.” So proud of our unique programs!

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CU Denver’s Michael Seman in The Atlantic

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http://www.citylab.com/authors/michael-seman/

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CU Denver is proud that Michael Seman is Director of Creative Industries Research and Policy at the University of Colorado Denver College of Arts and Media. He holds a doctorate in urban planning and public policy.
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New book: Nuevo New York: Photographs by Hans Neumann & Interviews by Gabriel Rivera-Barraza

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Nuevo New York is a collection of portraits and interviews with influential Latin Americans who came to New York City to pursue their ambitions. The portraits are born out of a collaboration between two authors who made the journey from Latin America to New York themselves–photographer Hans Neumann (born in Peru), and fashion publicist Gabriel Rivera-Barraza (born in Mexico). Each figure included in Nuevo New York is an important player in the fields of fashion and the arts, having lived in New York City for at least five years and having gained recognition for their work. Neumann and Rivera-Barraza trace how their subjects came to be who they are today, and what role the city of New York has played in their trajectories. Interviewees include Andres Serrano, Candy Pratts Price, Carolina Herrera, Enrique Norten, Estrellita Brodsky, Francisco Costa, José Parlá, Lazaro Hernandez, María Cornejo and Nina Garcia. From http://amzn.to/2eJvW7L

From Amazon.com
From Amazon.com

Reinventing the Career Center Colleges — and companies — are trying to help students design their futures

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Charlie Mahoney for The Chronicle Christine Cruzvergara and another career-center leader posted an influential takedown of college career advising to LinkedIn. Afterward she was hired by Wellesley College as its first executive director and associate provost for career education.
Charlie Mahoney for The Chronicle
Christine Cruzvergara and another career-center leader posted an influential takedown of college career advising to LinkedIn. Afterward she was hired by Wellesley College as its first executive director and associate provost for career education.

http://www.chronicle.com/article/Reinventing-the-Career-Center/238107

Ground breaking for Catalyst

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Called Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation, the project by developer Koelbel and Co. and entrepreneur Mike Biselli now becomes a partnership with Larry Burgess, whose family owns the 1½ acres at Brighton Boulevard and 35th Street where Catalyst will be located. Mr. Burgess’s wife, Mary Jane is an art student in CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media.

We were able to attend the ground-breaking this past Thursday in RiNo

http://www.catalysthealthtech.com/the-space

Larry Burgess (land owner), Marianna DiVietro (CAM Development Officer), Chris Martinez (City of Denver--Senior Advisor), and Deborah "Debbie" Ortega, Denver City Council member
Larry Burgess (land owner), Marianna DiVietro (CAM Development Officer), Chris Martinez (City of Denver–Senior Advisor), and Deborah “Debbie” Ortega, Denver City Council member
Mary Jane Burgess (CAM art student) and Marianna DiVietro
Mary Jane Burgess (CAM art student) and Marianna DiVietro

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KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER WAS CHOSEN THE WINNER OF THE CATEGORY OF “SPORTS” IN THE 2016 LOUISVILLE’S INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FILM

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News about College of Arts & Media Digital Design professor Michelle Bauer Carpenter.

KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER” WAS CHOSEN THE WINNER OF THE CATEGORY OF “SPORTS” IN THE 2016 LOUISVILLE’S INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FILM. Thank you Louisville International Festival of Film!!!

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From Hyperallergic: “Art Does Change Things”: A Conversation with Curator and Art Historian Kellie Jones

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Kellie Jones, a curator, Columbia University professor, and 2016 MacArthur Fellow, spoke to Hyperallergic about her work, life, and the evolving world of contemporary art.

Story/Podcast about art and change

Kellie Jones, a curator, Columbia University professor, and 2016 MacArthur Fellow, spoke to Hyperallergic about her work, life, and the evolving world of contemporary art.
Kellie Jones, a curator, Columbia University professor, and 2016 MacArthur Fellow, spoke to Hyperallergic about her work, life, and the evolving world of contemporary art.