Exhibition Archives for 2012
Opening June 4, 2013 The University Art Museum will open three exhibitions in the summer of 2013 – Nature Inspired: North American Native Arts, Selections from the Permanent Collection, and Activist Printmaking: Selections from the Permanent Collection.
2012 – FotoFest is an international non-profit photographic arts and education organization, based in Houston, Texas. The program was founded in 1983 to promote the exchange of art and ideas through international programs and the presentation of photographic art. As part of FotoFest’s internationally known Biennial, FotoFest, sponsors the Meeting Place where photographers take part […]
The Calle Collection of Mexican Prints focuses on the work of artists associated with the Taller de Gràfica Popular (Workshop for Popular Graphic Art or TGP) which was founded in 1937.
Small Worlds features a collection of European portrait miniatures produced from the 17th to the early 20th century. Today the word miniature is commonly understood as something that is exceptionally small, but the word originally meant the art of painting images in books with water-soluble pigment.
In the first decades following World War II, Postwar German artist Ellida Schargo von Alten produced drawings in pastel and charcoal that unite the illusion of texture with abstract form. In her artworks the play of light and shadow, mass and void, depth and surface merge formal concerns with surreal visions of organic nature.
Current Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions CIIPE MFA THESIS EXHIBITIONS Past Exhibitions Collection Installations April 13 - June 9, 2012 The University Art Museum's annual Master of Fine Arts Exhibition marks the culmination of a three year degree program in the visual arts that fosters individual research and a creative studio practice. Students in the program focus […]
June 26 – September 15 The University Art Museum is pleased to host an exhibition of work by current faculty in the Department of Art. Working in a variety of media and artistic genres within contemporary art practices, this exhibition highlights the achievements of faculty members who pursue active studio careers in addition to teaching […]
When Doug and Susan Casebeer arrived at the Anderson Ranch, the renowned art residency and educational center in Snowmass, Colorado, they had little knowledge that their affiliation and careers would beget an extraordinary collection of modern and contemporary ceramics. This collection was formed, in great part, through the close friendships and collaborations they established at […]
October 1 – December 14 Colorado’s Valentine features a survey of work by Fort Collins native and California artist De Wain Valentine. Valentine was born in 1936 in Fort Collins, Colorado. He was raised in Fort Collins and attended Fort Collins High School in the building that now houses the University Art Museum. Valentine is […]