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Student film festival The communications department will host its annual student film festival with two screenings on Friday. The first screening, beginning at 3 p.m., will feature videos produced by communications students during the spring semester. The senior film screening will follow at 6 p.m. Both screenings will be in the Arts and Communi­ca­tions Building, room 212. ‘Material Substance’ The... 

Trotter’s abstract paintings engage mind’s eye

Trotter's abstract paintings engage mind's eye
The Historic Gas Company Lofts in Los Angeles hosted a reception for Ruth Trotter, professor of art, Saturday. Trotter’s exhibit, titled “Informal,” will be shown until Feb. 24. The work behind Ruth Trotter, left, and her friend Peggy Zask, right, is titled “Carcassonne.” / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Brian Velez Staff Writer  A selection of paintings by University of La Verne art professor... 

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‘Three-Penny Opera’ The theater department performance of “Three-Penny Opera” will be at 7:30 p.m. today in the Daily Theatre. The performance will run Feb. 11, 12, 16, 17 and 18 with a matinee show at 2 p.m. on Feb 19. Tickets cost $10 for general admission, $8 for seniors, faculty and staff and $5 for all students. For reservations call 909-593-3511 ext. 4386. Harlem Globetrotters LeoFM will... 

International artists cover new ground

International artists cover new ground
Ruth Trotter, professor of art, is a Los Angeles based painter working in pictorial representation using references from architecture, landscape, media and psychology. Michael Frantz, professor of mathematics, asks about her acrylic abstract painting, “Curve.” The “Covering Ground” exhibition in Harris Art Gallery./photo by Denisse Leung Julian Burrell Staff Writer Brenna von den Benken Arts... 

Commentary: Musical recitals are a good start

<i>Commentary</i>: Musical recitals are a good start
Christina Collins Burton, Arts Editor With four weeks left of school, I am happy to see a generous amount of culture coming to the campus in the form of music. Since the opening of the Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium, the sound of singing has been echoing throughout Founders Hall. As good as it is that our music is finally able to be heard on campus, where are the rest of our arts? There is a healthy... 

Sculptor Keith Lord crafts his creative growth

Sculptor Keith Lord crafts his creative growth
This yet-to-be-named wood sculpture represents only one facet of the artistic media used by Keith Lord, professor of art. Lord’s mixed media pieces include the use of unusual household items, such as hollowed books used as containers to house miniature sculptures. Recently he has taken a turn toward the use of wood in his work. / photo by David Bess Christina Collins Burton Arts Editor Keith... 

Tall Wall art is here to stay

Rachel Creagan Staff Writer The Tall Wall Space in the Arts and Communications Building currently features an exhibition titled “Plane Suite,” by Almond Zigmund, which is in the process of being added to the University of La Verne’s permanent collection. Since the building was transformed in 2001 from an auto parts distribution site to the ACB, the wall that spans the height of the building has... 

Scholarship recognizes performers

Scholarship recognizes performers
Freshman Sierra Taylor of Covina and sophomore Jordan Randall of Upland relax in Dailey Theatre. They share the distinction of being selected as the 2011 Performance Scholarship Theater Art recipients. Both aspire to be successful actors in the film industry. / photo by David Bess Karlie Bettencourt Associate Arts Editor While waiting in line for the theater performance scholarship audition last... 

Abstract paintings lift spirits in Zask Gallery

Christina Collins Burton Arts Editor The Zask Gallery in Palos Verdes treats its guests to the traditional and abstract with their currently display, “Second Nature: Landscape Variations” featuring local artists as well as Professor of Art Ruth Trotter. The owner of the gallery, Peggy Zask, collected the pieces for the series hoping to break the assumed art of the Palos Verdes area. “Palos Verdes... 

Seth Kaufman proves less is more in Harris exhibit

Seth Kaufman proves less is more in Harris exhibit
Felicia Beardsley, interim associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, was one of many guests at the Harris Gallery for the reception for Seth Kaufman’s solo exhibition on Tuesday. Kaufman’s three pieces from “The Breeder Series” are made from wood, adhesive and paint, and vary in height. The artist made the piece “Filial Rhapsody” by etching his name into ceiling “popcorn”... 
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