Current Art Exhibitions
Unite showcases the work of 5 graduate students studying in the Master of Fine Arts program here at Colorado State University. The show highlights the work of Seojung Lee, Vincente Delgado, Keri Wolfe, Leila Malekadeli, and Adam Hinkelman. By bringing these specific research-based works together, the show delves into the journey that artists take while pursuing an MFA degree. The Master of Fine Arts program at CSU is a terminal degree that typically takes three years to accomplish. Together, these
Brenda Mallory’s mixed media sculptural works are comprised of a variety of materials including cloth, fibers, beeswax, and found objects. By creating multiple forms that are joined with crude hardware that imply tenuous connections or repairs, her work addresses ideas of interference and disruption in long-established systems of nature and human cultures. Mallory lives in Portland, Oregon but grew up in Oklahoma and is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She holds a BA in Linguistics & English from UCLA
Past Art Exhibitions
#HandsOffMyHeritage was an exhibition in the Duhesa Gallery of the Lory Student Center featuring 10 Native American artists addressing different aspects of the appropriation of Native culture. The LSC Arts Program collaborated with the Native American Cultural Center to bring the exhibition to campus.
Saturated Stories was an exhibition held in the Duhesa Gallery and featured the work of two Diné (Navajo) painters, Nani Chacon and Jaycee Beyale. The exhibit featured their individual work and their collaborative murals.
The only exhibition of its kind in North America featuring the world’s top poster artists and designers returns to CSU Sept. 20 with a lecture in the University Center for the Arts by honor laureates Joe Scorsone and Alice Drueding, whose work will be shown in the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art.