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Professor Vahe Peroomian teaches students physics and astronomy, and, in his spare time, has taught himself landscape photography skills. Peroomian takes a slightly different approach when it comes to taking photos by practicing infrared photography, which utilizes more of the spectrum of light than our eyes can see. More »

(Noor Gill)

Twisting, twirling and gliding across a multicolored stage, the Sunland Dancers perform “Friend” in the courtyard of the Hammer Museum. “This is a new piece; we’ve done versions of it, but really this version is made for this stage – with this bamboo, with these people – and it’s never going to happen like this again,” said artist Jmy James Kidd. More »

Twisting, twirling and gliding across a multicolored stage, the Sunland Dancers perform “Friend” in the courtyard of the Hammer Museum. “This is a new piece; we’ve done versions of it, but really this version is made for this stage — with this bamboo, with these people — and it’s never going to happen like this again,” said artist Jmy James Kidd. More »

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