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The CU Art Museum is small but worth a stop if you are in the area. There are three rooms of special exhibits so it will be different each time you visit. The pieces are well documented and explained. Takes about an hour, depending on...More
We came for the special exhibit. However, there is a room filled with "curiosities" like taxidermy, old Atari games (which they could play) and science equipment. There were even videos of MRIs done while people moved (talking, kissing, twins in utero) that as a physician...More
Husband and I attended the opening last night of ANONYMOUS: Contemporary Tibetan Art. We were blown away by most of the works on view. They are mostly from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection......painting,sculpture, installations. The artists are from the Himalayas AND around the...More
The CU Art Museum (CUAM) explores themes of cognition, perception, and materiality in two exhibitions opening September 6, 2014. ART/TEKNE: Part 3 Metaphorming Nature: Connecting Human/Nature’s Creative Potential presents a new installation by Colorado- based artist Todd Siler, and A Table (somewhat): Conversations Between Objects...More