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Printmaker finds inspiration in small rocks, emotions and strangers

Printmaker finds inspiration in small rocks, emotions and strangers

Mitchell Kret

March 6, 2018


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Marisa Sergovia is a third-year printmaking student with a passion for art education and studio arts. She hopes to one day teach art and encourage students to pursue anything that makes them happy. Q: Who are you? A: I think I’m a human, this is the start of my third year here as a transfer st...

Printmaker in the making

Printmaker in the making

Floritzel Salvador

March 23, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Showcase

Jazmin Gonzalez, senior art major, focuses her art on printmaking. Printmaking is everywhere, literally. You may pass by pieces of print on your way to class or to work. But very few people know the process or the people behind these phenomenal pieces of work. Luckily, Chico State has students that...

Deceased graduate remembered as ‘multidimensional, adventurous’

Deceased graduate remembered as ‘multidimensional, adventurous’

Risa Johnson

October 10, 2015


Filed under Breaking News, News

Jennifer Tancreto, a recent graduate and renowned member of the Chico art community, died of breast cancer last Thursday. She didn’t wear wigs. And she didn’t want to be remembered as a victim, because cancer isn't a fair battle.Tancreto is survived by her mother Gail Tancreto, father Mark ...

Student art exhibitions to showcase best work of the year

Student art exhibitions to showcase best work of the year

Greta Gordon

April 18, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Previews

Starting on April 23, the Janet Turner Print Museum will be displaying the 20th Juried Student Print Exhibition and the 13th Ink/Clay. The prints that will be on display were judged and chosen by Miwako Nishizawa, a Japanese, Bay Area-based print artist. Every year the exhibition has a different juror. “...

Altering space through digital prints

Altering space through digital prints

Emma Wood-Wright

March 12, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Photo Galleries

Gallery by Grant Mahan Four small, framed graphite drawings hang on the back wall of the University Art Gallery. The eye is drawn to three orange traffic cones that hover over the gallery attendant, lying flat on the wall as if painted on. Luke Matjas' art exhibit "A Swirling Cloud of Dust and Gas Like This" will be in the University Art Gallery in 100 Trinity Hall until April 10. It features digital prints that fit together like puzzle pieces, creating room-sized ...

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