The Center for Visual Art serves as a confluence for creation and experience.
Publish Date: September 4, 2013
Built as a working art laboratory for students, faculty and other community members, the Center for Visual Art also is a major contributor to gallery offerings available in Denver and the Rocky Mountain West. Two of the center’s most recent shows highlight that mixture of learning and experience.
The two-part show "Theory Loves Practice" and “Interrupted Process” runs through Sept. 21 and features the work of 40 artists and art educators based on their individual research.
“Cross Currents” presents art that blends traditional Native American forms with 21st century art-making strategies aimed at exploring the complexities of cultural identity. That exhibit runs from Nov. 22, 2013, to Feb. 8, 2014.