The Civil War, history and photographic approaches were all hot topics at the University’s “Conversation with the Photographer” on May 8 at the Campus Center.
Students who encourage queer and feminist ideals gathered at Pitzer College to support the series “Wrong is Not My Name” April 24.
Eleven large, scenic photographs can now be seen in the Carlson gallery, as photographer Eliot Dudik’s exhibit, “Broken Land” premiered Monday.
As viewers walk into Harris Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Natural Subjects,” they approach with an insect-sized point-of-view on human-sized wooden sculptures and framed microphotography of flora.
The Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College showcased “Best Kept Secret: The Scripps College Ceramic Collection” at the American Museum of Ceramic Art, or AMOCA, from Jan. 11 to March 30.
The department of art and art history welcomed curator Susanne Slavick as a part of the Visual Exchange: Lectures in Visual Culture program Wednesday to approximately 40 people.
More than 250 high school students had the opportunity to present their artwork at the third annual ArtReach exhibition, “The Art of Pop Culture,” on March 7.
Issues of rape culture in the media were addressed in Pomona College Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, “Project Series 48: #sweetjane” by artist Andrea Bowers on Feb. 27.
A plastic fox figurine wearing a suit sat upright on the west lawn of Azusa Pacific University while students photographed it to further their knowledge of the collodion photography process on Feb. 26.
Ghostly, dramatic images haunted the Carlson Gallery at the reception for photographer Traer Scott’s exhibit “Natural History” on Feb. 20.