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Galleries

CSU Pueblo Fine Art Gallery

The CSU Pueblo Fine Art Gallery is a large public facility and learning vehicle which is committed to the exhibition of works of art possessing high critical standards of educational value and cultural significance. Each year, six to eight exhibitions are mounted in the gallery. International Exhibitions and panel discussions by scholars and noted art historians are annual events. Students have the opportunity to learn exhibition protocol and procedure. Gallery internships with museums, galleries and art centers in neighboring urban areas provide students with valuable museum management experience while earning credit. Each spring the gallery houses a juried student art show with cash and purchase awards.

Daily hours: Monday through Friday 10am-4:30 pm.

For more info, please write gallery@csupueblo.edu or phone 719.549.2404.

The CSU-Pueblo Fine Art Gallery is located off the lower lobby of Hoag Hall in the Capps Capozzolo Academic Center for the Arts, 2200 Bonforte Blvd. Pueblo, CO 81001

Capps Capozzolo Student Art Gallery

A separate space, the Capps Capozzolo Student Art Gallery, is a secure presentation venue centrally located in the department. It offers rotating shows including one, two, and three person shows of student work.

Daily hours

Monday through Friday, 10am-4:30 pm.

For more information, please write gallery@csupueblo.edu or call 719.549.2404.The CSU-Pueblo Fine Art Gallery is located off the lower lobby of Hoag Hall in the Capps Capozzolo Academic Center for the Arts, 2200 Bonforte Blvd. Pueblo, CO 81001

Upcoming Shows

"If This Wasn't Me..."

March 1-29, 2019

Opening Thursday, March 7, 5-7 p.m.

Brianna Anderson, Mike Beaty, Bridgett Clay, Andre Cortesi, Christine Deutsch, Todd Edward Herman, Christopher Homminga, Mathias Ingram, James Smith, Kenny Williams

Collaborations with participants in the Pueblo Regional Center Photography Workshop. Facilitated by Todd Edward Herman

"If This Wasn't Me..." explores the daily realities and visual imaginations of adults with developmental and psychiatric disabilities, living under the auspices of Colorado's Pueblo Regional Center. During a recent six-month photography workshop, Todd Edward Herman collaborated with Pueblo Regional Center residents to produce the images in this exhibit. While Herman is clearly shooting his photographs from an outsider's perspective, the photographs made by Pueblo Regional Center photographers offer new and intimate looks at the often disregarded beauty and mystery within their own home environments. Herman then presents all of the photographs together on the same artistic level, delicately crossing the line that separates teacher and student, photographer and subject, outsider and community, personal agency and full psychiatric guardianship.

Department of Art

Faculty and Staff

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