Fall Break Hours

We will be closed for fall break Saturday, November 21st through Saturday, November 28th. We will resume regular hours on Monday November 30th.

Current Curfman Gallery Exhibition

The Curfman Gallery will be hosting Wild Morphologies on Tuesday, November 10th, 5-7pm featuring the work of Carla Aspenberg and Taryn McMahon.

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This Project is sponsored by a grant from the Lilla B. Morgan Memorial Endowment, a premier supporter of the arts and culture and CSU. Please grow this fund with a gift.

Current Duhesa Gallery Exhibition

Alyssa Hinton

Using vibrant colors that awaken the soul, mixed media artist, Alyssa Hinton, invokes a theme of spiritual awakening through her unusual southeastern Native American imagery. Her work is a provocative portrayal of the folklore and history surrounding her roots, utilizing tradition and vision with a contemporary edge.

Alyssa's unique convergent art form has a universal appeal and an earth conscious message. Her textured narrative works speak to the preservation of both the ecology and indigenous culture, incorporating designs and concepts from southeastern mound culture.

Alyssa earned her B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art and her M.A. in Art & Design from North Carolina State University. She has studied internationally at the University of Grenoble, Parson’s in Paris, Beijing University, and the China Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. She was born in Philadelphia in 1962 and now lives in Durham, North Carolina.

Alyssa Hinton's Website

Past Exhibits

The Curfman Gallery hosted Fauna Hodel on Tuesday, September 1st, 5-7pm for a discussion of the current exhibit in the gallery. Beyond Color: A Life Journey Using Art to Transcend Culture told the remarkable story of Fauna Hodel, a woman who was born Caucasian but grew up believing she was black. The exhibition immerses visitors in Fauna’s experiences using the many artistic links in her life: cinema, fashion, music, writing, architecture, sculpture, photography and film.

Fauna Hodel was on campus for a reception and book signing at the Curfman Gallery on Sept. 1, 5-7 p.m. She returned to campus at the end of the month as a speaker during the annual Diversity Symposium, Sept. 23-25.
Beyond Color was sponsored by CSU’s Department of Journalism and Media Communications, Culturs Club and the Curfman Gallery. The exhibit was developed by Culutrs.guru Global Multicultural Magazine, an online publication devoted to uncovering hidden diversity as well as the nuances of cultural communication in the 21st century.


To Contact the Arts Program:
(970) 491-2810 or lsc_artsprogram@mail.colostate.edu

Hours of Operation:

Monday- Saturday: 12 p.m.- 7 p.m.