The Curfman Gallery
Located in the Lory Student Center at Colorado State University, the Curfman Gallery provides a showcase for the creations of nationally and internationally recognized artists, as well as the work of local and student artists. For more than three decades, the Student Center’s diverse exhibits of varying media have offered patrons an opportunity to interact with thought-provoking art, stimulating cultures and the history of CSU. Thus, the Curfman Gallery is a staple of the CSU Community.
- SUNDAY: closed
- MONDAY: closed
- TUESDAY: 10am – 12pm & 1pm – 7pm
- WEDNESDAY: 10am – 12pm & 1pm – 7pm
- THURSDAY: 10am – 7pm
- FRIDAY: 12-6pm
- SATURDAY: 12-6pm
The Duhesa Gallery
Created in 1986, the Duhesa Gallery acknowledges the significance of Native American heritage in the United States. The gallery exhibits works of Native artists throughout North America. Duhesa (Dew-He’-Sah) means ‘One Who Appreciates Beauty’. Therefore, the goal of the LSC Arts Program is to highlight artists who thrive within the realms of both contemporary art practice and traditional methods.
The Hallery is in the hallway located on the first floor of the LSC near the bookstore entrance. This space is dedicated to displaying student art work and exhibitions. If you are interested in creating an exhibition to display your artwork, or you would like more information on curating an exhibit in this space, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org