Arts, Etc.

Stone sculpts well-balanced outlook for ULV

Associates. The station will be on the corner of Beverly and Vermont Boulevards, and it will be an integration of classic archite"cture and the earth's natural strata. Much of his work has been critically acclaimed in major contemporary art publications. Stone has also received individual artist grants and fellowships for his art. Some of the major contribut­ing organizations have been the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

Gallery features colorful black, white photographs

As local photographer Dorothy Wallace talks about “BLACK & WHITE in color,” her new show in the Irene Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall, her 3-year old daughter, Rose, entertains herself, passionately drawing portraits of her mother. She says she is an artist.

Public art exhibits result in controversy; artists entitled to freedom of expression

Since August, downtown Seattle's business district has been adorned with a series of stark banners, black on one side and white on the other. The 79 banners ask a series of questions about wealth and poverty, privilege and denial.

ULV music student sets sights on success

"I've been playing the piano since I was three," senior Giloh Morgan said. "I first started with the guitar, but it was too big, and it hurt my fingers."

Making Art

Senior Alfred Tan focuses on his subject during Joella Jean Mahoney's Drawing Techniques and Materials class.

Skillfull Portrayals Help Keep Theater Presentation Afloat

Romeo and Jeannette, Dailey Theatre's latest offering that was presented Dec. 1-5, is not the story of two sisters who take their sibling rivalry a step beyond to vie for the affections of the same gentleman.

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