Perpendicular lines bisect several series of parallel lines, forming right angles and giving structure to an otherwise abstract form. Its conceptual design pushes the limits of its given time period, and today’s architectural standards.
Montana, California and other parts of the Southwest came alive in the watercolor paintings of James Fuller’s “Mountains and Rocks” on Tuesday, Feb. 27. At 5 p.m., professors, students and art lovers enjoyed a lecture from Fuller that detailed his work and the process of how he eventually put it into context.
In January and February of each year, regional festivals are showcased by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festivals to encourage and recognize the finest work produced in university and college theater programs. Theater students from the University of La Verne participated in the event, which took place at California State University, Fresno.
Chris Arbizu makes up half of the Mila-Bizu duo. He and partner Obren Milanovic performed for an hour and a half at the Cabaret Theatre.
Campus and community arts events for the week of March 2, 2001.
What do you get when you cross a cursed pistol, a price on your head and an extremely angry girlfriend? Definitely not a Mexican.
In recognition of African-American History Month, the University of La Verne Department of Theatre Arts in conjunction with the Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum and the Steven Kent Institute of Conscious Acting, present John O’Neal in “Stories from the Life and Writing of Junebug Jabbo Jones.”
Steven Kent, a theatre arts professor at the University of La Verne, has embarked on a beneficial journey to enhance students theatrical talents and abilities on stage.
The University of La Verne’s Dailey Theatre hosted the Reed Gratz and Rhythm Band Wednesday night. Electric sounds of jazz and funk filled the Daily Theatre tents.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Feb. 23, 2001.