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Public Art Spotlight- Energy

This issue, the public art spotlight will be focused on one of the pieces that inspired the last arts and culture section editor to start this column. It’s a mysterious piece, that depending on which parts of the building it’s housed in you frequent, you may not even have seen all of it yet. Even […]

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Public Art: The Greeting

   When most students are asked about the first piece of public art they saw on campus is, the majority is likely to give the same answer. The large statue located in the center of the pedestrian plaza, titled The Greeting, is one of the most recognizable pieces of public art on campus. Made of […]

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High Grade release party debuts forty-third edition

  The highly anticipated High Grade release party, which took place on the evening of Friday Apr. 19, debuted the forty-third edition of the High Grade Journal of the Arts. The event was held at the Foothills Art Center Garden, and drew 140 students, staff, faculty, alumni, family, and friends to celebrate the journal.      […]

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Public Art: Of the Earth and Man, Summer, and Knowledge Truss

   The three oldest pieces of public art on campus have more in common than just their age. The trio was commissioned for the Art in Public Places requirements of Berthoud and Stratton hall renovations in the mid-1980s. This is unique as most projects today use all of their budget for a single piece. However, […]