College of Liberal Arts scholarship recipients have 8.4 million reasons to be thankful.
Whether consciously recognized or not, the Greek myth of Orpheus has permeated visual and performing art forms across ancient and popular culture.
The Social Justice Thru the Arts (SJTA) institute brought students from Alliance high schools to campus for a week to learn about issues of social justice through hands-on learning with CSU faculty, CSU student mentors, and renowned mural artist Rose Jaffe.
Colorado State University music professors Michelle Stanley and Jeff LaQuatra, also known as the Quatra Duo, are debuting two new pieces at their upcoming Virtuoso Series Concert on Monday, Oct. 22.
With the autumn season and Halloween rapidly approaching, the University Center for the Arts is preparing for the 13th Annual Halloween Organ Extravaganza. Dr. Joel Bacon, professor of organ, and his organ students will perform three shows on Halloween at 7 p.m., 9 p.m., and 11 p.m. in the Organ Recital Hall at the UCA. Tickets available at csuartstickets.com.
This year’s CSU Homecoming & Family Weekend is all about traditions – those from our past that connect us to our land-grant heritage as well as the new ones we create as students, faculty, and alumni of Colorado State University.
On the his concert celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Casavant Organ, Colorado State University's Professor of Organ Joel Bacon performs selected pieces from the organ’s 1968 debut concert program. The anniversary concert is on Monday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the University Center for the Arts.
Rebecca Phillips comes from a family of professional bandsmen and is the director of bands at Colorado State University where she conducts the CSU Wind Symphony.
2018 marks twenty years since Matthew Shepard’s death, and CSU Theatre is presenting The Laramie Project, the seminal production about the Wyoming student's murder, from Sept. 28 through Oct. 7, at the University Center for the Arts.