Sieger Hartgers, Art and Design Faculty

Sieger Hartgers

Printmaking and Life Drawing


Contact Information

Office: Crabbe 107
Phone Number: (970) 351-2477
Office Hours: M/W 5-6pm


M.A., Painting and Drawing, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado
B.F.A., Painting, Sculpture minor, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado
Fine Arts Degree, Drawing and Printmaking, Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, Arnhem, Netherlands

Sieger Hartgers leads the Printmaking area for the School of Art & Design at the University of Northern Colorado. Hartgers teaches courses in Printmaking, Foundations and Drawing studio area. He has actively sought opportunities for exhibitions and display of works created by his students including a Fall 2003 and 2007 "Printmaking Student Exhibition" in the Oak Room Gallery at UNC, Fall of 2005 "Life Drawing Student Exhibition" in the Oak Room Gallery. Spring 2008 and 2009 "Foundation Student Exhibition".

Student work has been published in the Crucible Literary Magazine, an annual publication (hardcopy and on-line) by the UNC English Department. The students also show their work in the conference room and offices of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Career Services, UNC President Offices, Management Offices, Harrison Hall, UNC Credit Union, and the Perkins Restaurant (Greeley Mall) these expositions are replaced every four months.

Before pursuing his B.F.A. degree, Hartgers served in the United States Army for a number of years, and was a former Chief Army Artist for Combat Art and head of the Army Graphics School. Artwork produced during his Army career may be found in U.S. Army Center of Military History publications, and on Army sponsored website, including the "Arlington National Cemetery."

Art & Design Faculty