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Gypsy Ames' costume won awards at this years Costume Con. 

The costume titled "Hope" (images below), created from recycled trash, was presented at the International Costumer's Guild 35th annual juried masquerade in Mississauga, ON, Canada.  It won awards in the Master's division for use of recycled materials and for creating an Abstract Art costume for a performance art piece.

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Patrizia Herminjard recently shot a new short film, Lapse. 

Over time, even the most tender moments come to pass, questioning if they ever happened in the first place.

Assistant Professor Idris Goodwin won the 2017 Blue Ink Playwriting Award. 

His play, Hype Man, was selected from a pool of 543 submissions. "HYPE MAN is a story about a controversial police shooting inflaming tensions between an interracial hip hop trio. It is a rhythmically woven drama exploring race, representation, fame and friendship."

Assistant Professor Idris Goodwin is Nominated for the Los Angles Drama Critics Circle Award for Writing. 

Congratulation to Assistant Professor in Theatre, Idris Goodwin.  His play, Bars and Measures was nominated for the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for writing, as well as the musical score by Noah Argus

Assistant Professor Idris Goodwin's play This is Modern Art is going to be produced at the Jones Theatre.   

This is Modern Art, a play written by Associate Professor Idris Goodwin and Kevin Coval will be a part of the Denver Center for Performing Arts Off-Center Season.  The play will be at the Jones Theatre in Denver from March 22- April 15, 2018.  This Is Modern Art asks the question “where does art belong?”

Alumni Alex Farr (2016) recently got her first review for her work in Sanctuary: Holding, A Queer Black Love Story.

“The program ran for nearly a month and featured many artists from across different genres. The performances on Valentine's Day included the unique talents of Alex Farr and Kimiko Matsuda-Lawrence (from "I, Too, Am Harvard" fame). A stark and bare stage, with unforgiving fluorescent lights came to life with the energies and passions of these two young actors.”


Associate Professor of Dance Professor Shawn Womack and BrainCare workshop participant Paul Ashby recently gave a live interview on CPR.   

Associate Professor of Dance Professor Shawn Womack and BrainCare workshop participant Paul Ashby gave a live interview on Colorado Public Radio tomorrow at 10 a.m on March 8. This is in advance of the dance performance, Mobilities, that runs March 9-11.