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Interactive art exhibition opens at Chico State

Interactive art exhibition opens at Chico State

Amanda Rhine

February 9, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Multimedia, Video

The University Art Gallery is presenting "Art + Tech: S. L. Clark and Sonya Belakhlef (of Babycastles), Derek Larson, Hye Yeon Nam." Derek Larson, artist, director of 4-D Studies and assistant professor at Georgia Southern University, incorporates digital media with lights, motors, paintings an...

Exhibit allows students to interpret subtle art pieces

Exhibit allows students to interpret subtle art pieces

Emma Wood-Wright

October 4, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Previews

Clinging to a crevice in a cliff, a rock climber is immersed in adventure. The fog is so thick, all he sees is white. And at first glance, that’s what the viewer of the current University Art Gallery exhibit might see too. Bay Area photographer Joshua Martinez has developed photographs th...

Student arts explores human condition

Student arts explores human condition

Veronica Hodur

May 2, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The 59th annual Juried Student Art Exhibition had a full house for the awards ceremony, and an extremely diverse art collection. Viewers gathered at 5 p.m. Thursday in Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall for the awards announcement, then moved to University Art Gallery for the reception. The art shown ranged ...

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 ...

Poems convey voices from Russian history

Poems convey voices from Russian history

Sarah Scharf

March 6, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Meryl Natchez describes her first encounter with the works of Russian poets Anna Akhmatova, Nikolay Gumilev and Polish poet Osip Mandelstam as exciting.Natchez presented her recently published collection of translations of these poets, "Poems from the Stray Dog Cafe," on Wednesday at a reading in Trinity Hall 100.The poems seemed so...

English faculty voice thrill for Taylor II

English faculty voice thrill for Taylor II

Madison Holmes

January 21, 2014


Filed under News

With the construction of Taylor Hall under way, arts and humanities professors and students are looking forward to new amenities and having a single location for their departments again. Currently, the English department is spread out in a variety of locations across campus. Last semester, lecturer Heather Altfeld’s English 130 class was hel...

Facilities to be renovated over break

Facilities to be renovated over break

Nicholas Carr

December 16, 2013


Filed under News

The construction of new teaching spaces among other renovations will commence over winter break. The following projects will begin or continue once students and faculty have vacated the campus: Taylor Hall The building, which was constructed in 1961, will be demolished over the break to make room for the Arts and Humanities building. The new structure w...

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