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Oct. 19, 2021 3:58 p.m.
Graduate students immerse viewers in ‘Perspective Slip’ exhibit with surreal art

Fine arts graduate student Berit Gilma’s piece “The planet Mars, 1 million years BC,” is on view at the New Wight Gallery with other fine arts graduate students in the exhibition “Perspective Slip.” (Ariana Fadel/Daily Bruin)

From the natural to the supernatural, artists are blending personal experience with modern science in a new exhibit.
Fine arts graduate students in the department of design media arts are presenting their work in the exhibit titled “Perspective Slip,” which premiered Oct.

By Jordan Mula


Oct. 14, 2021 3:55 p.m.
Dance Disassembled: Hip-hop, ballet offer contrasting opportunities for expression through dance

From selecting music and choreography to perfecting costumes and makeup, the ins and outs of putting on a dance performance are complex and detailed. Put on your dancing shoes and follow along as columnist Laura Carter takes a behind-the-scenes look at dance, disassembled.

By Laura Carter

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