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For Visual and Performing Arts student and Chancellor’s Leadership Class scholar Seth Lindsey, one visit to the Ent Center of the Arts was enough for him to realize UCCS was the school he wanted to attend. (More)
Ukrainian guest curator Olena Speranska organized ten contemporary Ukrainian artists for the exhibition, Ukrainian Wartime Posters, making its Colorado premier at the UCCS Galleries of Contemporary Art Nov. 11, 2022. (More)
When, if ever, is the right time to go to war? What’s it like to leave for war, and what’s it like to come back and attempt to re-acclimate to society? These are the types of questions Jennifer Kling and Max Shulman hope to explore with the upcoming “Experience of War” dialogues. (More)
UCCS students, alumni, staff, faculty and community guests attended the opening event of Gregg Deal’s solo exhibition, Esoo Tubewade Nummetu (This Land Is Ours), at GOCA’s Marie Walsh Sharpe Gallery site at the Ent Center for the Arts. (More)
Just a short walk or ride from campus, the Ent Center is a great place to catch up on classwork. With both indoor and outdoor options, the building offers quiet, beautiful spaces – and plenty of art to inspire you during study breaks. (More)