Alexandra Cantle Fights Dyslexia with Art

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Inspired by her personal experience with dyslexia, Alumna Alexandra Cantle (’14 Grad Public Practice) seeks to raise awareness about the experience of living with language-based learning disabilities. Cantle worked with Headstrong Nation, a non-profit dedicated to serving the dyslexia community, to create self-advocacy and story-sharing workshops. Cantle is participating in a group exhibition Art Saves Lives at the Ventura County Arts Council‘s Atrium Gallery through August 27, 2014. To learn [more]

Matt MacFarland book Dark Pants published

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Alumnus Matt MacFarland (’03 MFA Fine Arts) book “Dark Pants” was released on August 9, 2014. The book is available at Skylight Books, Los Angeles General Store and Stories Books and Café. [more]

Michael and Magdalena Frimkess receive Career Achievement Award from the Hammer Museum

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  Alumnus Michael Frimkess (’57 MFA Fine Arts) along with his wife, Magdalena Suarez Frimkess received the Career Achievement Award, one of the Hammer Museum’s 2014 Made in L.A. Mohn Awards. The award celebrates “brilliance and resilience” [more]

Tony Greene Exhibition at the MAK Center Curated by Faculty Professor Judie Bamber

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Alumnus Tony Greene (1955 – 1990) (’85 Fine Arts) exhibition, Room of Advances, is at the MAK Center at the Schindler House through September 7, 2014. The exhibition was curated by Grad Fine Arts Faculty Professor Judie Bamber and Monica [more]

Matthew Carter hellequinharlequinclown exhibition reviewed by Los Angeles Times

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  Art Critic, Christopher Knight of the Los Angeles Times reviewed Alumnus Matthew Carter’s ('10 MFA Fine Arts) hellequinharlequinclown exhibition at the Luis De Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles, through August 23. [more]

Sam Anvari Exhibition at Levantine Cultural Center

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Alumnus Sam Anvari (’11 MFA Graphic Design) is included in the group exhibition Local Not Local, Arabic and Iranian Typography, Made In California at the Levantine Cultural Center in Los Angeles, through August 28, 2014.  The exhibition was [more]

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