Colorado State University’s pottery curriculum focuses on evaluating pottery as an embodiment of culture and as an elastic and expansive medium. Throughout the history of the pottery teaching area, a wide range of examples have been used within the classroom setting to introduce students to the properties and possibilities of clay.
In the mid-19th century, Honore Victorin Daumier (1808-1879) captured, through his brilliant lithographs, the socio-political climate and struggles of the Parisian populace. In a prolific career, marked by a remarkable insight into the very pulse of the Parisian scene, Daumier produced over 4000 lithographic prints, published in the journals La Caricature and Le Charivari from […]
In 1997 the Department of Art inaugurated the Critic and Artist Residency Series in order to bring prominent visual artists and critics to the CSU campus for exhibitions, class room interactions, and public lectures. On January 28, 2010 the University Art Museum opens the first exhibition of the series to be housed in our new […]
The University Art Museum’s Master of Fine Arts Exhibition marks the culmination of a three year degree program in the visual arts.