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The Center for Visual Art provides diverse, high-quality art experiences that bring artists, MSU Denver students and the broader community together to advance the global urban dialogue.


Up Next:

February 20

Images of Lorenzo Triburgo's photographs, For Vikki and Aerial Number 2

Lorenzo Triburgo Artist Talk + Workshop

Learn more about the work of Lorenzo Triburgo through discussion and activism. 



March 15

Sundown Number 2 by Xaviera Simmons

Xaviera Simmons Artist Talk

Discover how Xaviera Simmons investigates present and future histories, experience and memory in her varied art practice.



March 21

The Murder of Walter Scott by Kris Graves and A Young Man Talking About His Future by Zora Murff

Kris Graves and Zora Murff Artist Talk

Immerse yourself in the stories and histories that inform Kris Graves' and Zora Murff's photography work.




On View:

Gravity of Perception

Film still from Marcella Ernest's film, Because of Who I Am

On view through March 23

The Space Between

Photographs of DREAMers photographed in hald shadow in front of an American flag.

On view through March 23. Presented by the 965 Project Gallery. 



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The Center for Visual Art is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, Colorado Creative Industries, a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the Jan and Fred Mayer Fund, the Marcia Gold Naiman Fund, the Campbell Foundation Fund, BBVA Compass Foundation, Denver Arts and Venues – Imagine 2020, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff + Ragonetti, Delta Dental, the MSU Denver Office of Diversity and Inclusion and other private sources including CVA members and individual donors. 

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