Illustration of African American medic in the Civil War

Traveling exhibit highlights African Americans in Civil War medicine

Feb. 6, 2019

“Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries” looks at those who served as surgeons and nurses and how their work challenged notions of race and gender. Visit the exhibit at Norlin Library through March 16.

Native Colorado snake

Slither if you must, new museum exhibit is a sight

Dec. 18, 2018

Colorado is home to 29 diverse species of snakes. At the CU Museum of Natural History, examine each species, learn their natural histories and their role balancing the environment.

Bows and Boats project at the Design Expo

Student projects on display at Design Expo on Dec. 8

Dec. 5, 2018

The expo features student engineering projects from 667 students across 154 teams, the culmination of the First-Year Engineering Projects and Invention and Innovation courses.

Sleeping Fires by Ronald B. Kitaj, part of The Artist's Gesture exhibit

CU Night at the Loveland Museum is Nov. 16

Nov. 13, 2018

Get a sneak peek at the Polly and Mark Addison Collection Outreach Exhibition with CU Boulder faculty and staff. Enjoy an appetizing reception, cash bar and networking.

A tech tattoo

Don't miss the 2nd annual ATLAS Research Showcase Oct. 19

Oct. 17, 2018

Tattoos that change color in sunlight and a do-it-yourself light show for musicians are just a few of the projects you can check out at the Oct. 19 ATLAS Research Showcase.

NEST Embryonic Exhibition

Pop-up exhibit merges science and art

Sept. 20, 2018

The new exhibit, opening Sept. 21 at the Center for Academic Success and Engagement, highlights the symbiosis of artistic and scientific thinking. Visit weekdays between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

A purple-colored Elephant Head plant native to Colorado freshwater

Poster series looks at life in Colorado's freshwater

Sept. 4, 2018

Curated by the CU Museum of Natural History to highlight the diversity of life in Colorado freshwaters, this traveling exhibit features photography of nearly 5 million native specimens.

Recycled Runway couture on display at CU Museum of Natural History

Recycled Runway couture on exhibit through August

July 11, 2018

The CU Museum of Natural History is decked out with Recycled Runway couture, a special collection of original garments designed and constructed by local artists, grades six to 12.

A bird chows on bird food from a red dish.

Exhibit gives a look at what birds eat

July 6, 2018

Flock to the CU Museum of Natural History to learn how new digital technology allows researchers to better understand our fine feathered friends and what it literally means to "eat like a bird!"


Get 'a bee's eye view' July 2

June 29, 2018

View the world from a bee's perspective in interactive art. Learn and engage with students about best practices, sampling a variety of the fruits and vegetables that native bees make possible.