” One-minute video from a day at APME 2017
This link (https://vimeo.com/215526994) is the original video of 1926 Faust and audio CU Denver ElectroAcoustic Ensemble as led by Donald Sosin & Todd Reid performed live for the 2017 Denver Silent Film Festival on 4/29/17.
What a great representation of faculty and student talent from the College of Arts & Media. Prof. Todd Reid and musical director Donald Sosin built a silent film accompaniment to Faust in just 2 days. Instead of weeks or months–our students can create a 2-hour soundtrack in just 2 days. Bravo too to Howie Movshovitz for curating this great festival.
Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and Chief Animator in the Department of Fabrications Adam Lerner and Dean’s Advisory Council Member Robert Leighton
Chancelor Horrell and Adam Lerner share a conversation
Nice turnout at MCA Denver
Art History proferssors Yang Wang and Elisabeth Pugiano
Dean’s Advisory Council members Patrick Jager and Scott Aller
Three of our CAM “Student Agency” students have breakfast with University of Colorado President Bruce Benson, prior to their VR & AR demonstration for the CU Board of Regents. Left to right: Tomas Bernal, Ashley Nepomuceno, and Brandon Vargas. #CUintheCity #CUDenver #CUDenverCAM
The work of Prof. Melissa Furness work will be included in the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016, which opens December 12, 2016 and runs through March 29, 2017.
The Biennale, which will run for 108 days, from December 12, 2016 until March 29, 2017, is the largest and longest contemporary art biennial in South Asia. Since its inception the Kochi-Muziris Biennale has established itself as a catalyst for artistic engagement and dialogue in India, becoming a repository of ideas and ideologies, an occasion to reimagine both past and present, and reflect upon the notions of diversity and cosmopolitanism as represented by the pluralism of Kochi itself. Previous editions, in 2012 and 2014, showcased the works of 183 artists from around the world, and had a combined draw of nearly a million visitors.
Cooperative Consciousness : A.I.R. Artists at Kochi
December 12, 2016 – March 29, 2017
OED Gallery Compound
5/600, Bazaar Rd, Mattancherry, Kochi,
Kerala 682002, India
Curator: Kathryn Myers
Co-Curator: Jayanthi Moorthy
Participating Artists: NYC MEMBERS—Daria Dorosh, Jane Swavely, Jayanthi Moorthy, Joan Snitzer, Maxine Henryson, Yvette Drury Dubinsky
NATIONAL MEMBERS—Alisa Henriquez, d’Ann de Simone, Jody Joldersma, Julia Kim Smith, Melissa Furness, Mimi Oritsky
ADJUNCT MEMBERS—Louise McCagg, Shannon Forrester
ALUMNAE MEMBERS—Jane Gilmor, Nancy Morrow
The interconnected currents of Cooperative Consciousness—identity, materials, substance and formlessness—typify the range of artistic diversity and experimental approaches that have always characterized the work and creative practices of A.I.R. artists. Founded in 1972 New York, A.I.R. (Artists in Residence, Inc.) is the pioneer women’s cooperative gallery in the United States with sustained operation and activities for the past forty-five years.
Thanks to Angie Buckley for facilitating this exciting session. Thanks too to Professors Howard Cook, Michelle Carpenter and Storm Gloor for being on hand and supporting student creativity and learning!
Museum of Outdoor Art Outreach session of Design and Build with University of Colorado Denver College of Arts & Media students. Come see their temporary, public art piece at Republic Plaza this Thursday, August 11th, 5:30-8.
The MOA Design and Build Public Art Class on the 17th & Tremont site at the beginning of the summer semester and a studio shot of the railroad ties in process.