• Film explores an optimistic apocalypse

    'Kairos Dirt' creator screens first narrative feature, answers questions at CU Denver

    On Oct. 11, CU Denver’s Department of Art History in the College of Arts & Media hosted a showing and discussion for “Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum,” the feature-length narrative debut of director and multidisciplinary artist Madsen Minax.… Full Story

    October 25, 2017
    Kaelin Alexander
    Kairos Dirt screens at CU Denver
  • Alumnus Slade amps up music education

    Lead singer of The Fray partners with CU Denver to bring music to Colorado kids

    Isaac Slade, a CU Denver alumnus and lead singer of the Denver rock band The Fray, visited campus last week to recruit an intern from the College of Arts & Media for a new nonprofit he’s spearheading with Colorado Gov.… Full Story

    September 6, 2017
    Sarah Tanksalvala
    Isaac Slade of The Fray
  • Get your symphonic groove on — at a discount

    CU Denver students can take advantage of Musicurious Memberships

    Easy access to cultural amenities such as live music – including symphonic music – is among the many benefits of attending CU Denver in the heart of the city.… Full Story

    August 25, 2017
    Staff
    Colorado Symphony Orchestra
  • New gallery for student visual, digital art 'something very special'

    Next Stage Collaborative at Denver Performing Arts Complex is a new showcase for student and faculty visual and digital artworks

    The curtain has officially been raised on the Next Stage Collaborative, a new exhibit space for University of Colorado Denver students and faculty to display art and digital projects.… Full Story

    January 16, 2017
    Michael Davidson
    Chancellor Dorothy Horrell
  • Is Dylan's Nobel for him or for us?

    Nobel at Noon lunch and learn highlights decades-long debate, questions purpose of prestigious award

    Are Bob Dylan’s lyrics poetry? The debate has been going on for decades, but you probably shouldn’t bother asking him.… Full Story

    December 8, 2016
    Michael Davidson
    Bob Dylan
  • CU Denver alum on treasure hunt for better food

    Professors, interns and an alum collaborate on the PBS show “Cooking in the Dark”

    CU Denver alum Claudia Folska, PhD, has many fond memories of filming the first four episodes of her TV show, “Cooking in the Dark,” including baking bread on the bank of the Colorado River, visiting bee hives housed on top of Union Station, and meeting people from small towns across Colorado.… Full Story

    November 1, 2016
    Jennifer Loyd
    'Cooking in the Dark' episode on RMPBS
  • 'Wonderful, wild sound'

    iZCALLi rocks into second decade with brother-sister tandem – both former CU Denver students – out front

    Lodo is relatively quiet on this fall evening, with “Monday Night Football” flashing across TVs in Larimer Street bars.… Full Story

    October 21, 2016
    Chris Casey
    Denver rock band Izcalli