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Student hosts open-mic night in dorm room

man in yellow sweater holds mic and performs passionately
Jacob Pascua April 12, 2018

The first floor of Carrageen Hall erupted with the sound of poetry, hip-hop and the voices of students Monday night. From inside the walls of a humble dorm room, 19-year-old Alex Uribe hosted his own...

Weekly Picks 3/14 – 3/23

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Jacob Pascua March 14, 2018

Wednesday, March 14X: 40 Years of Punk in Los Angeles$12.95, $11.95 for seniors and students, $10.95 for children 6 to 17-years-oldMondays - Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on...

JADE workshop teaches ways to use art as a form of therapy

Girl writes using colored pencil
Nate Graham February 21, 2017

The Joint Advocates for Disordered Eating (JADE) focuses on using art as a therapeutic way to help define one’s body and self-esteem along with increasing awareness of eating disorders. JADE hosted...

CSUN art students are making money from their work

Student pictured drawing realistic portrait
Joanna Bautista November 19, 2016

Art majors at CSUN are trying to find different ways to promote their art and put their work out there in order to make money. Professors at CSUN in the art department said they often give their students...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: beer festival, local concert, food trucks

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Lauren Gates March 9, 2016

Wednesday 3.9 – Book Reading POPUP Bookfest Fundraiser + Art & Musical Festival Grab a book at Glendale Arts' first annual POPUP. Bookfest Fundraiser with live music and free art workshops. Free 5...

Annual CSUN illustration club exhibition showcases student art

Minyi Liang, illustration student, and Minting Li, graphic design major at the CSUN gallery. Ellen Choi / Sundial
Ashley Horton February 25, 2016

An illustration can show something that cannot be expressed with words alone. From American illustrator Norman Rockwell to Marvel Comics Chairman Stan Lee, illustrators have the power to illuminate by...

Students get the rundown on the importance of inclusive language

Jessica Pettitt gives examples from her life of offensive language and how it could be avoided in the future when thinking consciously.
Hannah Brunelli February 17, 2016

Students learned the do's and don't s of using inclusive language from Diversity Educator Jessica Pettitt as a part of CSUN's "Change Your Words, Change the World" week at the USU's Grand Salon. CSUN...

Andy Warhol exhibit to display polaroids, photographs, films at CSUN

Mario Omid, a CSUN  graduate student and gallery assistant, helps set up the Main Gallery for the upcoming Andy Warhol exhibit.
Erik Luna February 9, 2016

Some art historians say Andy Warhol was ahead of his time, and CSUN's new exhibit will display how advance the artist was with nearly sixty of Warhol's polaroids and photographs. “Polaroids, Photographs,...

“Sign Language” blends poetry and photography into one exhibit

The Arts and Design Center opened up its new exhibit in the West Gallery on Saturday, Oct. 24.  Work by artists Juan Delgado (left) and Thomas McGovern (right) like this one is showcased until mid-December.
Vincent Nguyen October 26, 2015

Signs are meant to help those in search of guidance around unknown areas, but four artists attempt to break that norm. A CSUN alum and faculty from California State University, San Bernardino collaborated...

Review: Comic Book Apocalypse captures Jack Kirby’s artistic legacy

Professor Charles Hatfield presents a gallery talk at the
Antione Bowman September 3, 2015

If the vital purposes of a retrospective are the honoring of the artist, followed by the appreciation of the art, then those purposes find themselves manifest in “Comic Book Apocalypse: The Graphic World...

Comic Book Apocalypse revives Jack Kirby’s legacy

CSUN students explore the abundance of comics and illustrations created by Jack Kirby Photo credit: Roza Asgharzadeh
Roza Asgharzadeh August 26, 2015

Within only two hours of opening the doors to CSUN’s Art Galleries, over a hundred fans of all ages from all over the city had come to get mesmerized by a legend's decades’ worth of work. Suffice it...

ASA holds art gallery in remembrance of the Armenian Genocide

Attendants at the gallery could view a variety  of painintgs depicting the Armenian Genocide. (The Sundial Photo/ Manny Araujo)
Saffana Hijaz April 25, 2015

The Armenian Student Association (ASA) hosted the opening of their first Armenian-based art gallery on April 23. Several people crowded the Art and Design building's West Gallery in remembrance of the...

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