A new exhibit titled “Emblem and Artifice: Withered Symbols of the War,” features chemigrams that display lost symbols from World War II.
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“Faith,” a photo from “After Selma” captures the emotion of an original foot soldier who marched again with the new generation 50 years later. The photography series compares the march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 to the recent oppression of black people.
Disheartening images of drought-ridden California land, the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the 2008 Russo-Georgia War shocked the approximately 35 people in attendance for Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson Chávez’s lecture Feb. 18 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Before Janice Sullivan was photographing flowers and shouting with excitement at insects on plants, she was a student at the University of La Verne who majored in art with an emphasis in photography.
Many University of La Verne biology department faculty members attended the “Essence of Pictures: Photography as a Collective Microtome” photo exhibit reception as photographers presented their personal works on nature in the Carlson Gallery Feb. 26.
Photojournalist Don Bartletti described his experience traveling through Mexico and Central America during the lecture for his exhibit, “Uneasy Neighbors: Causes and Consequences of Undocumented Migration to the United States,” Thursday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
The University of La Verne has implemented a bike library, the Leo Bike Library, to help alleviate parking issues enabling students, faculty and staff to borrow a bicycle for free for up to a week.
Faculty members, students and visitors discussed photographer Eliot Dudik’s landscape photographs depicting American history at the “Broken Land” reception May 8 in the Irene Carlson Gallery.
The main characters in William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” deal with both internal and external conflict surrounded by their own greed, virtues and indicative morals.
Ghostly, dramatic images haunted the Carlson Gallery at the reception for photographer Traer Scott’s exhibit “Natural History” on Feb. 20.