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Rodriguez shares photography of gang life

Rodriguez shares photography of gang life
Photographer Joseph Rodriguez, right, tells the personal stories behind his photographs during a panel discussion Monday in Morgan Auditorium. He was joined in the discussion by Associate Professor of English David Werner, Professor of Sociology Sharon Davis and Professor of Religion Richard Rose. Rodriguez’s exhibit “Homegrown” features 51 photographs in the Carlson Gallery in the ground floor... 

Artists make ‘visible’ blends of pop culture

Mariela Patron Staff Writer The Harris Art Gallery showcased drawings from Los Angeles based artists Joel Biel, Patrick Lee, Mark Dean Veca and Eric Yahnker, which included head shot portraits and artwork that combined pop culture imagery on Sept. 13. The first thing that popped out of the white walls was Yahnker’s colored pencil painting, “Fat Bastard.” “It’s a kaleidoscope... 

Drawing turns heads

Drawing turns heads
Junior legal studies major Cameron St. George and senior child development major Andrea Arceo stop by the Harris Gallery between classes Tuesday, to view “Visible,” the gallery’s first exhibit of the year. Patrick Lee’s graphite drawings “Deadly Friends (Head #9)” and “Deadly Friends (Head #2)” are among ten other pieces in the exhibit, which also features the work of Joe Biel, Mark... 

Psychedelic show is a family affair

Katie Madden Staff Writer  Hidden in an unmarked building in the middle of Los Angeles’ Fashion District lies the Think Tank Gallery, home to “A Psychotropic Summer Volume 3,” which took place Aug. 30. Musicians, artists, disc jockeys, and a wide array of guests gathered to celebrate the impending conclusion of summer. Past the narrow and creaky stairs, the building opened up to a vast gallery... 

Photographs catch dogs in action

Photographs catch dogs in action
Jeff Burkhart, professor of biology, and Al Clark, associate vice president of academic affairs, discuss Michael Crouser’s “Dog Run” exhibit April 26 in the Carlson Gallery. Burkhart contributed an essay titled “Musings on Dog Run” regarding the emotional connection between dogs interacting with other dogs, as well as the connection between dogs and humans. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Brian... 

Pacific Island artists capture culture

Pacific Island artists capture culture
Rosanna Raymond poses for a picture taken by her friend Chantal Fraser on Saturday in the Harris Gallery. Both women are featured artists in “ATA: An Exhibition of Contemporary Samoan Art,” which focuses on the present by taking the essence of Samoan culture and incorporating it into a contemporary dialogue. / photo by Christian Uriarte Robert Penalber Staff Writer Artists of the Pacific Islands... 

School spirit celebrated in student’s artwork

School spirit celebrated in student’s artwork
Senior finance major Alfredo Rivas came to support his friend, accounting major and CAPA student Dania Sayvongsa. “Yellow Brick Road” is one of more than 10 paintings in the exhibit, titled “La Verne Inspired.” It will run through May 11 on the second floor of Miller Hall. / photo by Candice Salazar Veronica Orozco Staff Writer Dozens of students and faculty visited the Lewis Reception Center... 

Seniors’ art culiminates in exhibit

Seniors' art culiminates in exhibit
Inspired by the work of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, Kayla Gex created three miniature rooms, each with its own theme, like the Guatemala Room, for her senior art show in the Harris Gallery. The Senior Art Exhibition featured the work of seven senior artists, who utilized a variety of media, including film, photography and paint. / photo by Warren Bessant Cindy Vallejo Staff Writer Seven seniors from... 

ULV serves as inspiration to artist

ULV serves as inspiration to artist
Dania Sayvongsa, an accounting major, has installed her art throughout Miller Hall, Campus Center and the Coffeeberry across the street from the University. The art will remain up until May 11, excluding those displayed in Campus Center that will remain there on a permanent basis. The artwork in the foreground includes the names of department chairs at the University. / photo by Cameron Barr Veronica... 

Panel addresses mining conditions in Peru

Panel addresses mining conditions in Peru
Hector Delgado, professor of sociology; Jay Jones, professor of biology and biochemistry; and Michael Robinson Chávez, Los Angeles Times photographer, discuss the effects of gold mining in Rinconada, Peru, during a panel discussion March 8 that also included, Professor of Spanish Gabriella Capraroiu and Professor of Political Science Gitty Amini. The panel, which took place in Morgan Auditorium, dicussed... 
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