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Exhibit celebrates Black History Month

Exhibit celebrates Black History Month

Edward Ruano

February 11, 2016

The Department of Africana Studies shared with students and faculty the long and checkered history of people of black descent during the opening reception of the "Hallowed Grounds Exhibit" in the Oviatt Library, Wednesday. The reception, "Historicizing & Contemporizing the Black Aesthetic: Keeping...

Artists transform light on water into money for water filtration stations

Artists transform light on water into money for water filtration stations

Marissa Nall

February 1, 2015

In the austere front room of Flood Magazine a bright display of surfboards represented a collaboration between photographer Rob Machado and artist Sage Vaughn aimed at reducing the use of plastic water bottles in schools. On the opposite wall, prints of photographs taken on Machado’s travels were painted with Vaughn’s...

Up and coming exhibits at the Getty Museum in March

Up and coming exhibits at the Getty Museum in March

Eve Kim

March 8, 2014

Dunk into your creative basket through March Madness by visiting these upcoming classics at the Getty Museum. March 11-June 1: Continuing to generate contemporary inspiration, Jackson Pollock’s “Mural,” is featured this month after bearing a two-year conservation treatment made in part by Ge...

Painting Guild invites CSUN community to opening reception

Painting Guild invites CSUN community to opening reception

Clarissa Corona

October 3, 2013

CSUN’s Painting Guild introduced its new exhibit at “Meet The Guild”, an opening reception, Wednesday evening in the Art & Design Center.The exhibit features 22 art pieces judged by the officers of the guild, ranging from paintings to sculptures. “We traditionally accept all discipline...

John Van Hamersveld’s work on display at the CSUN Art Gallery

Lucas Esposito

August 26, 2013

This fall semester the works of graphic designer John Van Hamersveld will be on display at CSUN’s Art Gallery from Aug. 26 through Oct. 12. Drawing Attention includes 45 years of Van Hamersveld's work in a 3,000-square-foot exhibition space. John Van Hamersveld was born in 1941 in Baltimore, Maryla...

Photographer Richard Fish’s widow donates work for Oviatt Library exhibition

Marina D. Sandoval

January 27, 2011

The Oviatt Library is extending its exhibit of the work of Richard Fish, a prolific, California-based photographer. Fish (1919-2005) is known for photographs that covered a variety of subjects for publications like the Los Angeles Times Home magazine, Sunset magazine, Better Home and Gardens and Chicag...

CSUN Art Gallery showcases assemblage art made of recycled material

Contributor

December 1, 2010

Assemblage art has made its way to the CSUN art gallery this fall semester in the exhibit “Outside.” “Outside” has been up since Oct. 23, and it features assemblage artists Esteban Bojorquez and Kai Bob Cheng. To work in assemblage means the artist takes recycled products that are normally th...

Valuable movie posters on display in Manzanita Hall

Contributor

November 15, 2010

With just six posters left to go, the new installation of film posters that reside in front of Armer Theater and in the corridors of Manzanita Hall is near completion. The posters comprise film favorites such as “Singing in the Rain” and legendary Charlie Chaplin’s “The Thief Catcher.” These...

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