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LIMINAL SPACE featuring the works by Dr. George Rivera and Artnauts collective will be joined by works from 23 CU students from his Spring classes in a landmark exhibition at the DMZ Museum in South Korea.
June 22 - Dec. 22, 2018, DMZ MUSEUM, South Korea
For more information contact Dr. George Rivera at
By Cassa Niedringhaus, Daily Camera, June 15,2018
A University of Colorado art professor is taking an exhibit to the Korean Demilitarized Zone next week to foster a dialogue about the decades of conflict between North Korea and South Korea and the nuclear threat there.

By Jay Bouchard, 5820 Magazine, June 20, 2018
A week after President Trump met with North Korea's leader, University of Colorado Boulder professor George Rivera is bringing 117 pieces of local art to the DMZ Museum, just three miles south of the demilitarized zone.

By Sam Linnerooth, CU Boulder Today, June 14, 2018
LIMINAL SPACE Running from June 22 to Dec. 22, Art & Art History Professor George Rivera will hold an art exhibit at South Korea's DMZ Museum roughly three miles south of the North Korean border. The exhibit will feature 117 pieces of art, including 23 from current CU Boulder students, specifically created to reflect the tensions of the DMZ and history of border conflict on the Korean peninsula. The Korean trip is just Rivera’s latest in an extended stint of globe-hopping as ambassador for his art collective, Artnauts.

By Katie Eastman, Denver 9News, June 12, 2018
Dr. George Rivera planned the trip months ago, never knowing next week's travels would line up with the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.

By Kathy Walsh, 4 CBS Denver, June 12, 2018
BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – A CU Boulder art professor, artist and international curator is coming together for Colorado and the world. He is traveling to Korea this June with an exhibition of more than 100 pieces of art.