Adams State Art News

Alumni to be honored at Homecoming

Activities during the 2014 Adams State University Homecoming include fire, jazz, floats, awards, food, golf tees, theatre, and, of course, football. Continue Reading…

Schilling’s drawings included in international art show

The show was first exhibited at the Elysium Gallery in Swansea Wales early this summer. Continue Reading…

First Faculty Lecture of fall is September 17

All of the images in Plascencia’s work talk of the duality – and sometimes conflict – between domesticity and utilitarianism, personal and communal, self and society. Continue Reading…

ASU Art Galleries host graduating art students artwork

“Some people may think those who make art are crazy in thinking they could make an impact on a single mind’s eye,” said the artists. Continue Reading…

ASU presents an evening of performance art

Featuring performances by art, music, and theatre students, audiences should expect entertainment that is engaging, controversial, whimsical, personal, political, and more Continue Reading…

Bobbins, feathers, and mythical creatures

“Placing the mythological characters in settings that span time, I show both the past and the present..." Continue Reading…

SQUARED opening reception is March 14

SQUARED explores the concept and/or literal format of the square or cube. Continue Reading…

Art professor will speak on Israeli ceramics

The lecture will focus on the art universities, studio artists, and the contemporary ceramic center located in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Continue Reading…

Artist lecture by Kokoska is Friday

Kokoska said her recent work addresses the changing nature and "our changing perceptions of landscape" in response to global warming. Continue Reading…

Jail House Gallery will feature Schilling and Pijoan

According to Pijoan, the art show in the Jail House Gallery is a great fit of “funky fun industrial space meets contemporary art.” Continue Reading…

Troposphere opening is February 11

“We wanted to represent the ever changing formation of shifting water vapor that we view as solid objects called clouds,” Kucera said. Continue Reading…

Cloyde Snook Gallery hosts art faculty from CSU-Pueblo

An opening reception begins at 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, in the Cloyde Snook Gallery, located in the Art Building. Continue Reading…

Art alumnus featured in online magazine

The article includes Vasquez’ training and influences, he credits Eugene Schilling, art professor, for encouraging him to explore painting and discover his “own artistic style.” Continue Reading…

Scandals in Art History is subject of next faculty lecture

We may know the works of many famous artists, but do we know about the back story, the dark side the scandals? Continue Reading…

Art prof Eriksen creates logo for Bontrager's Variety Store

Eriksen, who teaches graphic art, agreed to donate his time and skills to develop a logo for Bontrager's Variety Store. Continue Reading…

Gilmore Retrospective featured at Cloyde Snook Gallery

“In my art, I strive to share with others the love and respect I have for nature and the cowboy lifestyle..." Continue Reading…

Art alumni donate sales to support framing of Christo and Jeanne-Claude collection

ASU Community Partnerships acquired a retrospective of 24 signed images portraying works by this world famous couple, the Art Dept. needs to raise $7,000. Continue Reading…

Art alumni exhibit opening reception is Friday

Over 30 alumni sent paintings, photographs, jewelry, sculpture, prints, and ceramics to be included in the display. Continue Reading…

Wilkinson completes museum mural

Images depicting historic figures, beautiful landscapes, significant landmarks, and timeless symbols cover the north wall of the San Luis Valley museum – reflecting the diverse heritage of the Valley. Continue Reading…

Adams State names Margaret Doell Asst. VP

As assistant to Dr. Frank Novotny, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Doell will oversee the budgets for adjunct faculty and summer school, working closely with the department chairs. Continue Reading…

Summertime and the living was artistic

“I love historical silver work and Sevres Porcelain. It was really inspiring.” Continue Reading…

Super artists and faculty exhibit their work in the Cloyde Snook Gallery

The Adams State University Cloyde Snook Gallery powers up the fall 2013 semester with an exhibit by art faculty, “Shazaam” opens August 19. Continue Reading…

Student athlete awarded the Motz Outstanding Athlete Scholarship

“Marv was a good athlete, a good friend and a good student,” Weems said. Continue Reading…

Adams State art galleries host Troncoso and Cat Snapp

The Adams State University Art Department Galleries will host the work of local artist Annette Troncoso, Hatfield Gallery, and Cat Snapp, Cloyde Snook Gallery. On exhibit March 18 - April 18. Continue Reading…

Cloyde Snook Gallery features Quiller retrospective

Quiller is primarily a landscape painter working with subject matter located in the southern San Juan Mountains and Rio Grande River Basin. Continue Reading…

Luther Bean Museum features ceramics by Snook and photography by Moloney

Internationally known photographer, Paul Moloney, a Monte Vista native, called the San Luis Valley a “unique place.” Continue Reading…

Contemporary ceramic artwork featured in Cloyde Snook Gallery

This exhibition highlights contemporary ceramic artwork created by artists who use innovative surface treatment techniques to enhance their forms. Continue Reading…

Art alumnus awarded funding for Southern Colorado Mural Project

“We partnered with Mr. Ian Wilkinson, an ASU alumnus, for this project for many reasons” said Mary Hoffman, executive director of ASU Community Partnerships. Continue Reading…

Cloyde Snook Gallery hosts Tony Ortega

“My artwork of common everyday life incorporates elements of magical realism; it confronts reality and attempts to untangle it... Continue Reading…

Art Department sponsors Haunted Haus of Madness

All of the scariest ghouls will be there including the Adams State Improve group to make you feel right at home in the madness. Continue Reading…