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Campus and community art events for the week of Nov. 15, 2013.
New memories were made while old memories hung on the walls of the Carlson Gallery on Nov. 2, as alumni, students and faculty members gathered at the opening reception of “Alumni Allegories: Dissent.”
Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson-Chávez had the opportunity to visit and photograph the barren mining city of Rinconada, located 17,400 feet above sea level in the Peruvian Andes.
A mother struggling to make ends meet, a recently widowed army wife and the economic decline in the Chesapeake Bay. These subjects are part of the humanity that Katherine Frey captures in her exhibition “American Dream.”
A mother struggling to make ends meet, a recently widowed army wife and the economic decline in the Chesapeake Bay.
Work by University of La Verne alumnus and award-winning photojournalist Alex Gallardo was displayed in “Eyes on the Ball,” an exhibit at the Carlson Gallery through May 20.
The University of La Verne offers 12 full-tuition scholarships in six areas of performance: art, communications, music, photography, speech and theater.
As a professor of photography, Gary Colby has channeled his passion for photography into the department as the enrollment jumps beyond what was originally expected.
The Carlson Gallery’s opening night of the photography exhibit called “Remnants” by Beau Comeaux served as a gathering for students and faculty to appreciate and interpret photography in an out-of-the-class setting.
The Irene Carlson Gallery hosted the opening reception for Herman Jimenez’s “Clip Mission” exhibition, a collection of photographs of skate culture on Oct. 21.