Inside Andy Warhol’s wonderfully weird Fort Collins trip


And over the course of several days in September 1981, the visionary artist hiked along the Poudre River — “a whole 300 yards,” reminisced Peter Jacobs, chairman of Colorado State University’s art department at the time — visited a bull farm, stayed in the Best Western University Inn and stood before a crowd of thousands at CSU before signing three giant Campbell’s soup cans into Fort Collins history forever.