Arts, Etc.

Making masks

Students of Joella Mahoney’s Art 100 class were given an unusual, yet fun, assignment this week—a mask-making project that required pairs of students to apply plaster bandages to one another to create replicas of their faces, which were then painted by the students as they desired, creating a unique self-portrait.

Missing mural

A ceremony was held Monday, Feb. 27, to mourn the loss of the mural that once was present on the wall adjacent to the new biology greenhouse.

Mainiero Institute offers fine arts experiences

A college student competing for space in an art or photography class at ULV against someone who may be a high school junior or senior is not as uncanny as it may sound.

Duo presents works of female composers

The University of La Verne Chapel will host the Mei Duo, who will perform Masterworks by American Women, featuring works for violin and piano, on Sunday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m.

Green puts singing dream on hold

As the crowd stood silently awaiting the start of the game, freshman Ansina Green was getting ready to sing the National Anthem.

Symposium discusses diversity in murals

A mural symposium, sponsored by the University of the La Verne, is being held Monday, Feb. 27. The symposium, held 6-8 p.m. in La Fetra Auditorium, will feature four Los Angeles muralists.

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