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Colorado Students Present “Spectrum”

By: Mattias Grundberg

July 19, 2016

The Art Institute of Colorado recently presented Spectrum, a night dedicated to showcasing student achievements in the world of art.

Spectrum, an event created by students at The Art Institute of Colorado, is an opportunity to meet and view student work in culinary, fashion, media arts, and design. Fashion students held a fashion show and there were exhibitions in culinary, game art, animation, and photography. This year, Spectrum included a display of costumes created by students. These costumes were also featured at The Art Institute of Colorado’s booth at Denver Comic Con.

Denver Xposer Magazine, an online multi-cultural publication covering local events in the Denver area, attended the Spectrum fashion show and published several pictures from the event. See them here: www.denverxposermagazine.com/spectrum-fashion-show/

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By: Mattias Grundberg

July 19, 2016