As the CU Denver community increases its focus on conversations related to race, racism, and racial justice, we have also identified a need to provide specific supports and programs for our BIPOC students. This program is intended to provide just such a support for BIPOC students in creative disciplines: Visual, multimedia, and graphic arts; performing arts; and creative writing.
The Women & Gender Center at CU Denver is building a collaborative program with local arts organizations, in an effort both to enact our motto of "CU in the City" and to cultivate opportunities for student artists to participate in broader dialogues about arts, creativity, and the role of arts/activism in Denver and Colorado.
This program will include a series of monthly events, beginning in Spring 2021.
This project is led by Florence Blackwell (she/her/hers), a CU Denver student double-majoring in Photography and Art History. To learn more about this project, email Florence or the Women & Gender Center staff!