Erika Osborne creates works that raise awareness of environmental issues in the American West, including climate change and the urban-wilderness interface.
Over the summer three CSU faculty members took a group of students to South Africa to help preserve the art, history and customs of an indigenous community.
Assistant professor Emily Moore traveled to Alaska to document the preservation of totem poles and their significance within US history.
The city of Fort Collins has named Friday, Nov. 20, as Bob Coonts Day in honor of the retired CSU affiliate faculty member.
A retired CSU faculty member has donated about 700 books on Native American art and culture to the Ute Mountain Ute tribe in southern Colorado.
Three Art and Art History students have been named finalists in a national art competition.
Eleven drawing concentration students spent a night in the studio during a 17-hour Bauhaus-inspired drawing marathon.