Monday, November 19

Design | Media Arts "Offworld: Where you are "“ where you want to be" exhibition opens with a reception tonight at 5 p.m. in Broad Art Center's New Wight Gallery. (courtesy of Takumi Akin)

Design | Media Arts students exhibit their talents at “Offworld: Where you are – where you want to be”

Long Story Short: Design | Media Arts undergraduate exhibit Offworld encourages pushing boundaries

The Design | Media Arts department presented its 2011 undergraduate exhibition, Offworld, last Thursday. There were stop-motion videos, an origami folding station and a giant container of inflatable French fries. [1:45]

"Long Story Short: Design | Media Arts undergraduate exhibit Offworld encourages pushing boundaries"

Design | Media Arts students work with a different kind of canvas. The "Offworld: Where you are "“ where you want to be" exhibition offers a look at the multidisciplinary nature of the Design | Media Arts program, which fuses digital technology and art. Read more...

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Design | Media Arts "Offworld: Where you are "“ where you want to be" exhibition opens with a reception tonight at 5 p.m. in Broad Art Center's New Wight Gallery. (courtesy of Takumi Akin)

Design | Media Arts "Offworld: Where you are "“ where you want to be" exhibition opens with a reception tonight at 5 p.m. in Broad Art Center's New Wight Gallery. (courtesy of Takumi Akin)

FOWLER MUSEUM
This oil on canvas painting, "Dessalines Ripping the White From the Flag," by Madsen Mompremier is on display in the Haiti exhibition that opened on Sunday.

‘Art and the Unbreakable Spirit of Haiti’ exhibit at Fowler highlights Vodou collection

Little less than a year ago, Haiti weighed heavily on many people's minds as the small nation on the island of Hispaniola that suffered a massive earthquake that devastated the capital city of Port-au-Prince. Read more...

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FOWLER MUSEUM
This oil on canvas painting, "Dessalines Ripping the White From the Flag," by Madsen Mompremier is on display in the Haiti exhibition that opened on Sunday.

FOWLER MUSEUM
This oil on canvas painting, "Dessalines Ripping the White From the Flag," by Madsen Mompremier is on display in the Haiti exhibition that opened on Sunday.

First-year theater student Kendal Nicole has appeared in small roles on "Glee" and "No Ordinary Family."

	Courtesy of Kendal Nicole

Student actor Kendal Nicole Evans pursues passion in theater industry

Before first-year student Kendal Nicole Evans began studying musical theater, she worked at the Regency Theater in Agoura Hills at the concession stands. Evans initially saw the job as a way to make money. However, she soon found out that working movie premieres would expose her to parts of the industry she didn't expect to see from behind the counter of the concession stands. Read more...

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First-year theater student Kendal Nicole has appeared in small roles on "Glee" and "No Ordinary Family."

Courtesy of Kendal Nicole

First-year theater student Kendal Nicole has appeared in small roles on "Glee" and "No Ordinary Family."

	Courtesy of Kendal Nicole




Theater Review

What looks to be your average dysfunctional family of four gets a lot weirder when middle-aged mother Diana Goodman (Alice Ripley, Tony Award winner for her portrayal of the same role in "Next To Normal" on Broadway) begins frantically laying down slices of bread on the floor. Read more...



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