Gallery explores artist's Colorado connection
Until early 2011, Andy Warhol’s various trips to Colorado—most of them during the late 1970s and early ’80s—were a little known fact of the artist and pop icon’s well-documented life.
Inside the Nagel Art Studios:
Where inspiration meets talent
The greatest projects are those that serve their original purposes and lend themselves to adaptation.
Sounding high notes:
New director champions music school’s potential
In June 2011, the University of Denver named Nancy Cochran director of the Lamont School of Music.
A decade later:
A Colorado premiere laments the tragedy of Sept. 11
Many of the world’s most prized creations are the result of an artistic response to significant events and personalities. Consider, for example, Beethoven’s Eroica symphony, originally composed with Napoleon in mind.
Gift builds ties with Denver Art Museum
A $250,000 gift from philanthropists Frederic and Jane Hamilton will help strengthen the link between DU’s School of Art and Art History and the Denver Art Museum. By doing so, the gift will provide students firsthand experience in the process of installing a work at a major arts venue.