Visual Arts Complex

The Visual Arts Complex, located centrally on campus along Colorado Avenue, houses both the CU Department of Art and Art History and the CU Art Museum.

The Department of Art & Art History presents visiting artist lectures in the VAC auditorium, 1B20. 

The CU Art Museum is free and open to the public, and houses a growing collection of over 8,000 objects representing the wide range of materials used in the creation of art, and features works from diverse aesthetic and cultural origins encompassing over 10,000 years of human history. Nearest bus stop

Location: Colorado Ave & 18th Street Routes 209/209GHopJStampedeDepartmentArt and Art HistoryBuilding code: FABuilding number: 229

1085 18th Street, Boulder, CO 80309

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Center for Land Use Interpretation: Visiting Artist Lecture

Aurora Tang is program director at the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI), a non-profit research organization involved in exploring and understanding...

4/4 6:30pm
David Ocelotl Garcia

Colorado-based artist David Ocelotl Garcia (b. 1977, Denver, CO USA) is accomplished across several mediums including painting, sculpture, mosaic and murals....

4/11 6:30pm
The Diabetes Link at CU 5K Run/Walk

Join the Diabetes Link at CU Boulder to run/walk for type 1 diabetes research alongside the JDRF and the Childrens Diabetes Foundation!

4/16 8am

FREE TO ALL The MFA in Film is an interdisciplinary endeavor between the Art and Art History Department and the Cinema Studies & Moving Image Arts...

4/24 7pm
Josephine Halvorson

Josephine Halvorson (she/her) makes art that foregrounds firsthand experience and takes the form of painting, sculpture, and printmaking. Born in Brewster,...

4/25 6:30pm

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