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ArtReach reaches limit with media

ArtReach reaches limit with media
Claremont High School senior Melanie Gettler browses her friends’ and classmates’ artwork in the “ArtReach 2014: The Art of Pop Culture” exhibit, staying to look at other art by other local high school students. All of the art commented on pop culture, the effects or the obsession with it. The exhibit will be on the Millard Sheets Center for the Arts at the Fairplex until March 19. / photo... 

Michael Ryan charms showgoers

Michael Ryan charms showgoers
Music Department Associate Michael Ryan brings the Spirit of Ireland to Morgan Auditorium Sunday night in a sold out show. Accompanied by Irish dancers, he and his band performed popular hits along with some of his own compositions. / photo by Veronica Orozco  Read More →

Happenings

Krazy Keys CAB will host a Krazy Keys concert 10 p.m. March 25 in Morgan Auditorium. La Verne Idol Mu Phi Epsilon will host La Verne Idol auditions at 10 p.m. March 26-28. The location to be determined. Sundays at the Morgan Sundays at the Morgan will feature a piano concert featuring Bach’s “The Goldberg Variations” with pianist Timothy Durkovic in Morgan Auditorium 6 p.m. March 30. There is... 

‘Art’ examines opinions and friendship

'Art' examines opinions and friendship
The theater arts department presented “Art” by Yasmina Reza, a senior project performed by Jacob Tittl, Alon Dina and Jordan Randall. The play is about the relationship between three friends who humorously argue about a white painting. “Art” was directed by David Flaten and ran from March 6 through March 11 in Dailey Theatre. / photo by Austen Beck Cody Luk Assistant Arts Editor Three best... 

Insightful art protests rape culture

Insightful art protests rape culture
A solitary black sofa in the center of the gallery’s squared space allows the exhibit’s visitors to view the multimedia piece by artist Andrea Bowers. The exhibit titled “#sweetjane” highlights the Steubenville, Ohio, high school rape case and trial through a series of documented photos and video clips of the trial proceedings and protests by the activist group Anonymous. Bowers’ work is... 

Book Review: Cabby recalls eccentric passengers

<i>Book Review</i>: Cabby recalls eccentric passengers
Michael Saakyan Book Editor Steady work for a D-list comedian is hard to come by, so when your wife announces she is pregnant with your first child you have to make a big change in your life. In the case of New York comedian Jimmy Failla the change resulted in becoming a certified cab driver. Failla is best known for his stand-up comedy work all over the stages of New York’s greatest comedy clubs.... 

Old photography survives in digital era

Liz Ortiz Staff Writer 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. More than 20 students participated in the Windgate Workshop, hosted by Los Angeles collodion photographer Tim Scott. He began the workshop by lecturing the students about the process... 

Students go online to fund films

Des Delgadillo Copy Chief The world of film is one of unbridled creativity and unlimited opportunity, with financial resources remaining the only finite piece to the cinematic puzzle. But with the advent of crowd funding platforms, ambitious student filmmakers find themselves on a more level playing field than ever before. “This is the best time to get into this industry that we’ve ever had,”... 

Happenings

‘Art’ Dailey Theatre will present “Art” as the senior performing thesis of Jacob Tittl, Alon Dina and Jordan Randall at 7:30 p.m. Friday through Tuesday and 2 p.m. Sunday. General admission is $12, senior and faculty admission is $8 and student admission is $5. Movie Night CAB is hosting a “Frozen” movie night 10 p.m. Monday at La Fetra. Sundays at the Morgan Sundays at the Morgan will... 

Students reflect on ‘Natural History’

Students reflect on 'Natural History'
The first showing of the spring semester in the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography entitled “Natural History” by photographer Traer Scott is a collection of candid portraits captured in the reflection off the glass at the American Museum of Natural History. Professor Al Clark discusses the photographs with his honors colloquium class while other students and faculty spoke with Scott over webcam.... 
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