The CSU football team is not the only one unveiling “new threads” this fall.
This June, 30 middle-school girls participated in the second annual offering of Fashion FUNdamentals at Colorado State University.
A local chapter of The Questers has given CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising $4,500 to expand its collection of historically important textiles.
Vera Bodle began quilting at 80 years old as a way to distract her hands when she quit smoking.
Graduate students in the Department of Design and Merchandising will display their original textile designs in a new exhibit, Multiplicity: Exploration of Visual Vibration, to debut on Wednesday, May 4, in Colorado State University’s Gustafson Gallery.
The inspiration and artists behind a traveling exhibition of contemporary Guatemalan work at the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising are paying a visit to CSU.
A remodeled and expanded Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising opened its doors Saturday, publicly revealing for the first time the striking exhibitions and facilities inside one of CSU's newest crown jewels.
When you first lay eyes on the intricate designs of Mr. Richard Blackwell, it may surprise you to know that many of his famous pieces, soon to be on exhibition at the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising, were purchased in department stores across Middle America.
When the Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising opens its doors to the public on Jan. 30, it will not only debut a beautiful new space, but will also unveil a unique collection of 116 miniature quilts designed and sewn by College of Health and Human Sciences alumna Lucile Hawks (M.S. home economics, ’58).