Mario Cutajar’s artist books now available on

Mario Cutajar’s artist books, published between 2011 and 2013, are now available on A palimpsest of two unrelated texts, through brings together a four-line quotation from Brecht's 1926 poem "Of Poor B.B." (articulated letter-by-letter [more]

Jessica Ngo’s poem “Bullying Arts Education” published in the Los Angeles Times

Jessica Ngo’s poem "Bullying Arts Education" was published in the second annual Op-Ed poetry in the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, August 31, 2014. This striking poem discusses how, when there are budget cuts, the first thing to be cut is always the [more]

Marlena Donohue curates ‘Forms of the Formless’ exhibition at Beijing Museum of Contemporary Art

On Sept 28th, Liberal Studies faculty Marlena Donohue closed the five-month show she curated at the Beijing Museum of Contemporary Art, China, titled Forms of the Formless. The exhibition investigated the way the word and concept of abstraction has [more]

Jean-Marie Venturini’s short story published in Literary Journal ‘Lunch Ticket.’

Jean-Marie Venturini’s short story An Axe to Grind was published in Online Literary Journal Lunch Ticket. This captivating short story was published in the Winter Issue #4, October 2013, of Lunch Ticket, and can be read here: [more]

Sung Ju Ahn selected to attend Squaw Valley Community of Writers Conference

LAS faculty, Sung Ju Ahn, has been selected to attend the foremost fiction writing conference in the west coast, Squaw Valley Community of Writers, with her first novel, Midwife Shin. Midwife Shin is a historical novel that takes place in 1930's and [more]