2020 Student Exhibition
The Annual Student Exhibition is a juried showcase of students artwork, representing all levels and studio concentrations within the School of Art & Design.
The COVID-19 pandemic precluded this student-focused exhibition from physically coming to fruition this spring. Our student artists and designers responded with creativity and initiative, pivoting from traditional exhibition models towards a collaborative, experimental online platform to present their work.
The Galleries' exhibition program embraces curatorial risk-taking, highlighting proacative content, and socially relevant topics that feature regional, national and international artists ranging from emerging to established. The Galleries involve the participation of faculty and students as the advisors, co-curators, and collaborators that enable the program to often realize new work.
This Year's Guest Juror
Arielle Myers, is a curator and writer based in Denver, Colorado. She is an advocate and supporter of emerging artists and brings this passion to her role as Chief Curator at Union Hall, a new non-profit contemporary arts exhibition space in downtown Denver. As Chief Curator, Arielle directs the creative vision of Union Hall, developing all exhibitions, programming, events, and partnerships. Myers earned her MA in Art History from CU Boulder, and has previously held positions at NINE dot ARTS, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, and Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City. In addition to her work at Union Hall, she continues to develop her curatorial practice through independent and collaborative exhibition projects.