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This interactive artwork by Hye Yeon Nam is on display at the University Art Gallery. Visitors can interact with the object using their body movement. Photo credit: Caio Calado

Interactive art exhibition opens at Chico State

Amanda Rhine // February 9, 2015
Art and technology come together at the University Art Gallery's latest exhibit.
University Art Gallery curator, Cameron Kelly, is in charge of assembling the work of photographer Joshua Martinez for the exhibit Immersion Studies. Photo credit: Chelsea Jeffers

Exhibit allows students to interpret subtle art pieces

Emma Wood-Wright // October 4, 2014
Bay Area photographer Joshua Martinez's photographs feature subtle, natural subjects, from rock climbing to oceanic landscapes. The "Immersion Studies" exhibit is displayed at the University Art Gallery until Oct. 24
Ashley Penning, winner of the Deans Award, at the 59th annual juried exhibition. Photo credit: Chelsea Jeffers

Student arts explores human condition

Veronica Hodur // May 2, 2014
The 59th annual Juried Student Art Exhibition shows a wide range of artwork that seems to stem from the place where it relates to the human soul.
Luke Matjass show is called A Swirling Cloud of Dust and Gas Like This. It will be on display in the University Art Gallery until April 10th. Photo credit: Grant Mahan

Altering space through digital prints

Emma Wood-Wright // March 12, 2014
Luke Matjas' large-scale prints decorate the walls of the University Art Gallery.
Sarah Pike, director, introducing the two guest speakers Meryl Natchez and Kate Transchel at the Wednesday night reading in Trinity Hall. Photo credit: Maisee Lee

Poems convey voices from Russian history

Sarah Scharf // March 6, 2014
A translator presented a series of Russian poems accompanied by a discussion of Russian history led by a Chico State professor.
Sharon Demeyer, Admin Support Coordinater. Photo credit: Frances Mansour

English faculty voice thrill for Taylor II

Madison Holmes // January 21, 2014
Faculty and staff look forward to coming together once Taylor II construction is complete in 2015.
Taylor Hall is scheduled to be demolished over winter break.
Photo by Aubrey Crosby

Facilities to be renovated over break

Nicholas Carr // December 16, 2013
Along with Taylor Hall, several other campus construction projects will resume over winter.
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