The College of Health and Human Sciences announced its 2017 award winners on April 11.
Over spring break, a group of students from the Department of Design and Merchandising got hands-on experience when they participated in the New York Study Tour.
The inherent beauty found in fine textiles, combined with the challenge of using recycled materials, inspire a guest artist featured at Colorado State University’s Gustafson Gallery.
The annual Colorado State University Fashion Show, presented by the Department of Design and Merchandising, showcased 14 collections created by graduating apparel design students.
Students in the Department of Design and Merchandising held their annual Fashion Show on Friday, March 31, at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins.
Apparel design student Nogah Seidemann used a neurology experiment called Brainbow as inspiration for her hand-dyed textile showing in the 10th annual Art and Science Exhibition.
CSU’s Avenir Museum of Design and Merchandising has unveiled “Tying the Knot,” a new exhibition of bridal gowns, accompanied by photos and stories of many of the brides who wore them.
CSU’s Department of Design and Merchandising program will hold its annual fashion show at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 31, at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins.
A research team in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability is hosting a three-day event focused on clothing and overconsumption March 27-29.
A day of browsing fabric shops, markets, galleries and pagodas exposed Spring 2017 Semester at Sea voyagers to a fresh perspective on life and art in Myanmar/Burma. Students in Professor Mary Littrell’s Historic Textiles class started their in-port field class by visiting the Yoyamay Textile Gallery in Yangon.