” One-minute video from a day at APME 2017
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
Rocky Mountain PBS and Executive Producer Cynthia Hessin interviewing Deputy Director of Arts & Venues Ginger White Brunetti and CAM student docent Brandon Vargas at the Next Stage Collaborative. Next Stage Collaborative, a new exhibit space of interactive digital art, presented by University of Colorado Denver and Denver Performing Arts Complex. #CUDenver #CUintheCity #CUDenverCAM
Next Stage Collaborative! An interactive, virtual and augmented partnership between the University of Colorado Denver and the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
Next Stage Collaborative, an interactive gallery presented in partnership by CU Denver and Denver Arts & Venues. Chancellor Horrell’s deep civic connections are paying off for CAM. Through Denver Arts & Venues’ Next Stage NOW program, CU Denver is reimagining a space in the Denver Performing Arts Complex Galleria. With help from the College of Architecture and Planning’s Design/Build program, CAM is establishing an interactive digital media presence. Travis Vermilye and Michelle Carpenter installed this and are doing the initial curation. Bryan Leister will take over the curatorial duties next semester. This was made possible with support from Denver Arts & Venues, the College of Arts & Media and Chancellor Horrell. CAM student docents from the College of Arts & Media Student Agency will be on hand to answer questions and assure that the public that pass through the Galleria get an evocative and comelling glimpse of CAM’s creative output. Digital Design is taking the lead on this, but it is envisioned that ways will be explored to include other parts of visual arts, as well as Film/TV and MEIS.
The iconic and legendary Liz Lerman gave the opening keynote to a packed room (SRO) at the Tivoli Student Center on the Auraria campus of the University of Colorado Denver.
The relevancy of this important document is that the science, engineering and medical areas of research and practice are looking to affirm, “the assertion that educational programs that mutually integrate learning experiences in the arts, humanities and STEM lead to improved educational and career outcomes for undergraduate and graduate students.” Staff from the Board on Higher Education and Workforce (BHEW), in collaboration with other units of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, will be at CU Denver in November to participate in the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (a2ru) 2016 National Conference. DRAFT/working agenda
Jake Jabs, President and CEO of American Furniture Warehouse, sat in on guitar and vocals with the College of Arts & Media Bluegrass Ensemble. He then charted his journey from music to mega stores. and described his 5 keys in order to achieve entrepreneurial success. This event was hosted by the Jake Jabs Center for Entrepreneurship at the CU Denver Business School, and the Office of Advancement.
All Photos by Matt Kaskavitch, University Communications at CU Denver