Artistic Abilities

Archive for February, 2013

Concepts in Art Education at Colorado State University

Come explore our Art Education program

Come explore our Art Education program at CSU in Fort Collins, COIMG_0168

Asia, Holly, and Zoe's mugs with personality.

Asia, Holly, and Zoe’s mugs with personality.



My name is Holly Thompson-Bandong. I’m a non-traditional student at CSU studying art education. I’m an eclectic person, which is just one reason why I love art. I’m originally from Southern California but have lived in other parts of the country, such as Fairfax, VA and Telluride, CO.  I look forward to sharing my knowledge and guidance with other young and budding artist’s. I believe creativity can help individuals build an awareness of their full potential.


My name is Asia Skipp, and I am studying art education at the wonderful campus of Colorado State University with an emphasis in Drawing. I love all art practices such as Painting, Pottery, Photography, and Sculpture just to name a few. In my spare time you will find me enjoying a roller coaster ride at Disney World, dancing to my favorite song on Just Dance, or playing a heated game of Bippity Bippity Bop with friends. I want to make my teaching experience as much fun for my students as it is for me to teach it! I look forward to teaching art at the High School level when I graduate.


My name is Zoe Cibuls, and I am studying to be an art teacher at Colorado State University. My concentration is in pottery but when it comes to art I’m a ‘renaissance (wo)man.’ I work with paint, photography, printmaking, sculpture, metals, and enjoy the mixing of media. I have also taught blacksmithing at a summer camp in Bemidji, MN. I have lived and worked with people with disabilities my whole life. I love art because it’s a form of communication that anyone can use. One day I hope that I can be an inspiration to my students like so many of my teachers have been to me.

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