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Constance DeVereaux Named New Director of the LEAP Institute for the Arts

June 1, 2015

Associate Professor Constance DeVereaux has been named the new director of the LEAP Institute for the Arts, beginning July 1. DeVereaux brings a rich background in scholarly and applied studies

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Universities Aim To Change ‘Starving Artist’ To ‘Working Artist’

May 31, 2015

Excerpt from KUNC story by Stacy Nick Patrick Weseman already has two bachelor’s degrees; one in math and one in music. After graduation though, Weseman realized he didn’t really want

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The Arts Board Leadership Entrepreneurs (ABLE) Workshop

May 29, 2015

LEAP Institute for the Arts of Colorado State University announces the Arts Board Leadership Entrepreneurs (ABLE) Workshop. In collaboration by Image Arts Consulting, LEAP is reaching out to the arts community to

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CSU Meets Africa, Day 10/11

July 6, 2015

It is hard to know where to start on a day that was filled with so much that was good and frustrating and amazing. We began the day by traveling to a community meeting hall so that we could administer the questionnaire that we have spent the last week putting together. This questionnaire was intended […]

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CSU Meets Africa, Day 9

July 6, 2015

When it comes to thinking about what you do and see everyday, everyone takes on a different perspective. Today we had the chance to ask these questions, revolving around the daily lives of the students, and the results were phenomenal.  We had a busy day of teaching planned between two intermediate schools in  Qwa Qwa, Tswelang Pele and Khothalang. […]

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CSU Meets Africa, Day 8

June 26, 2015

Honor is defined as a privilege. The people of Qwa Qwa have made us feel honored everyday. We felt privileged today to meet with Morena Mota and his council again to explain our survey for the museum. After that, we were welcomed to teach at a secondary school. They were accommodating despite some miscommunications between […]

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