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Art and Rural Environments Field School
Art and Rural Environments Field School

Sherry Farrel-Racette

Sep 25, 5:30 pm in Norlin Library British Studies Room, 5th Floor, CU-Boulder

Jane Fine

Oct 3, 6:30 pm in Visual Arts Complex 1B20, CU-Boulder

Adair Rounthwaite

Oct 17, 5:30 pm in Norlin Library British Studies Room, 5th Floor, CU-Boulder
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The Gold Hill Art Project

Molly Berger and Eric Stewart (recent alumni) […]

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Mission Statement

The Department of Art and Art History affirms the power of art to transform individuals and society. We are committed to the practice, production, critical and historical study of art within a liberal arts education that encourages experimentation and independence of thought. Our faculty offers a rigorous curriculum that crosses disciplines and attracts inquisitive, dedicated students with wide-ranging interests, encouraging creative investigation as an essential skill informed by the highest standards of critical thought. Our diverse faculty, students, and staff are committed to ongoing engagement with communities locally and globally.