CVA offers programming, events, lectures and much more to foster a deeper understanding of the art we have on view, encouraging a dialog about contemporary art between MSU Denver students, faculty, and the greater Denver community. All programs are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.
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January 6, 2017
Open late for First Fridays in the Art District on Santa Fe
Experience an evening in our gallery during one of Denver’s most engaging and social cultural arts events: First Fridays in the Art District on Santa Fe. The January 6 evening features Collective Nouns: MSU Denver Faculty Exhibition bringing together objects across a variety of media including painting, drawing, sculpture, video and typography representing the artists’ experiences, influences and interests. The show offers visitors the opportunity to see how the team of faculty and staff weave together all of their disparate backgrounds and teachings to work toward the common goal of educating students from all walks of life to become innovative creative professionals.
January 18, 2017
is Emancipation, 6pm
Book release and talk with editors Peter Bergman and Zoe Larkins; part of Collective Nouns
is EMANCIPATION is a 21 year anthology of the Institute of Sociometry edited, designed, and partly authored by Peter Miles Bergman and edited by MCA Denver Curatorial Associate Zoe Larkins. The book also contains the contributions of 11 additional authors ranging from a Guggenheim Fellow, Igor Vamos, to an inmate in the California State Prison System, Charles Twain Clemans who also contributed the primary illustrations.