Making Art/Making Community

Opening Reception March 8, 5-8pm March 8th-April 29th, 2018   Artists are problem solvers and thinkers- imagining alternative realities and solutions for living. This exhibition looks at artists using social bridging strategies in their artmaking through participatory experiments, humorous social critiques, and collaborative craft. These artists pull tactics from social science, psychology, education and design


Melissa E. Feldman Curator’s Talk

Event:  October 26th, 2017  Pre-Play: 5:00-5:45 PM at Vicki Myhren Gallery  Lecture: 6-7 PM in Sturm Hall 254   Join us for a talk by Push Play curator Melissa Feldman that unfolds the rich history of artists’ engagement with games and play, from chess master Marcel Duchamp and the Surrealist exquisite corpse through Yoko One and

Lawrence Argent

In Memoriam: Lawrence Argent

The School of Art & Art History is deeply saddened to announce the unexpected loss of our treasured colleague, emeritus professor Lawrence Argent this Wednesday, October 4. With a career of over 20 years at the University of Denver’s School of Art & Art History, he brought great skill and passion to his teaching, while


BFA Senior Exhibition

Opening Reception: May 17th, 5-8pm Exhibition: May 17th- June 8th, 2018 We are pleased to showcase the graduating seniors of DU’s BFA Studio Art program. The gallery supports students throughout the exhibition process in this annual collaboration with the Studio Art program of the school of Art & Art History.


Avalanche Pop-Up Performance September 9th

  Institute for New Feeling presents: Avalanche    “By conflating the language of bottled water advertising with that of municipal water usage, we hope to push this idea of water “enhancement” to its most extreme degree. What if water could be enhanced (physically, nutritiously, energetically) by human usage rather than simply contaminated by it?”  — Institute for

Push Play

  Opening Reception: October 12th, 5-8 PM Exhibition: October 12th– November 19th   Push Play explores the work of artists who borrow from play and games to reveal social, philosophical, and cultural issues. From playfulness, to mathematical strategy, the artists in Push Play have mined the significance of games, reinventing them to create experiences that