The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art

The intersection of art and technology

At the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, art and technology continually intersect. The spring 2019 exhibition, Off Kilter, On Point: Art of the 1960s from the Permanent Collection, encapsulated ways in which technology and art are interrelated by featuring a decade where that idea came into focus.

Winter 2018

A Response for the Decades: a disaster response plan for the museum

As part of their national accreditation, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art prepared an emergency response plan, identifying which pieces they would ‘rescue’, in case there is a flood or other natural disaster affecting the collection. “As a land-grant institution, our collection is part of the public trust and we hold it and care for it for everyone. We have to protect the collections from all forms of water for ten more years and beyond.”

Spring 2018

1st MIX: The responsibility of dialogue

This spring, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art presented the first event of its kind at CSU – MIX: Multicultural, Intersectional, Inclusivity, Exchange – a look at representation, accessibility, and power as demonstrated by the museum’s art collections.

Winter 2017

Mindful engagement inspires environmental art exhibition

An environmental art exhibit at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art provide Art students Kyle Singer and Emily Sullivan the opportunity to combine classroom learning with a chance to help New York-based artist David Brooks.

Spring 2017

A boy king returns to the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art

In 2016 the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art took possession of the Pourbous painting of French King Louis XIII as a young boy. The  17th century portrait was removed, conserved, and returned to the gallery where it is now on display.