Hale Science, named for Horace M. Hale, former regent and second president of the university, was the first science building on campus. In one of the best examples of historic preservation combined with improving functionality, the beautiful quarter-sawn oak woodwork was restored and the building was made fully accessible. It now houses the Department of Anthropology.
1350 Pleasant Drive, Boulder, CO 80309
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This talk will explore the conceptualization and realization of the project “No Master Territories: Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image,” an exhibition...
As part of DCMP's Visiting Artist Series, Erika Balsom will explore the conceptualization and realization of the project “No Master Territories: Feminist...
This event features two Harvard-based scholar-activsts who take seriously media that others would prefer to ignore, from the utterances of Kanye West to...
Featuring Joan Donovan & Brandi Collins-Dexter This event features two Harvard-based scholar-activsts who take seriously media that others would prefer to...
Friday, April 14 at 11:30am Hale 230 In this lecture, former Prime Minister of South Korea Nakyon Lee will summarize the reasons why nuclear negotiations...
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Artscience Collaborations at Sea2/20/2023
Unpretentious Pours left a positive review 2/11/2020
Travis is an excellent presenter. His knowledge is spot on, his ease with the audience is demonstrated by his confidence & thoughtful use of A/V. I look forward to his presentations.
Patricia R Weis-Taylor left a positive review 10/8/2019
I could not go because of health. Sorry to miss it.