The Curfman Gallery is proud to present the 2019 Student Art Exhibition, the longest running exhibit on the Colorado State University campus. Over 200 works were submitted and only 46 were selected for this show.
Dr. Yang Wang was the ASIANetwork-Luce Foundation Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at Luther College. Her research and teaching focus on the role of Chinese art in establishing global modernism and the international arena of contemporary art. Her ongoing book project, Provincializing National Art in Maoist China: The Chang’an School of Ink Painting, 1942–1976, examines the confluence of regionalism, neotraditionalism, Cold War politics, and landscape painting in the early People’s Republic of China.
Djamila Ricciardi is a proud Denverite who has a great love for all forms of creative expression. She is a creative thinker with a human-centered approach. Djamila finds fulfillment sharing ideas and working collaboratively with others. Since joining RedLine in 2014, Djamila has had an amazing time getting to know her fellow staff members and fabulous volunteers who make the big dreams of this non-profit art space possible. She believes it is possible for art to have a positive and lasting impact on every individual and that each person and every creative act reminds us of our shared humanity.