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Is the CUAM the same as the Natural History Museum?
We are a separate entity from the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, which is located about a quarter mile north of the CU Art Museum. For more information, please visit:

Is the CUAM wheelchair accessible?
Yes, all exhibits will be located on the ground floor of the museum. There are also wheelchair accessible restrooms located on the ground floor.

Submission Policy:
Due to the continuously increasing number of artists’ submissions to the museum, we regret that we are unable to return those that are unsolicited.

Appraisal, Provenance and Attribution Policy:

The CU Art Museum is not permitted to provide appraisal, provenance or attribution services. Professional appraisers provide these services for a fee. To find a licensed appraiser in your area, please contact the American Society of Appraisers, the International Society of Appraisers, or the Appraisers Association of America . For a list of appraisers in the Denver metro area, you may contact the Collection Department,

[+]Louise Bourgeois, American (b. 1911)
Ste. Sebastienne
drypoint, edition 10/50
47 1/2 x 37 inches

Purchase with The Carnegie Fund, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado at Boulder
Photo: LB Studio
(c) Louise Bourgeois

[+]Yuri Avvakumov, Russian (b. 1957)
Red Galley
screenprint, edition 5/86
22 x 29 1/4 inches

Gift of David and Annette Raddock, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado at Boulder
Photo: Jeff Wells
(c) Yuri Avvakumov