Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, installed the largest piece ever exhibited in the Carlson Gallery of Photography March 29.
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The Carlson Gallery’s new exhibit, “Snag: Impermanence on the Vast Alberta Prairie,” featuring artist Wes Bell’s photography, opened Feb. 15.
The 29-year World Series drought continued for the Los Angeles Dodgers after losing the series 4-3 against the Houston Astros last week.
The bottom floor of Miller Hall has turned into a recreational vehicle showroom with full-timers, or those who choose to live on the road, and long-time travelers inside and out of their precious mobile homes.
Joella Jean Mahoney, professor of art emerita and founder of the University’s Department of Art, died in June at age 84 in Sedona, Arizona.
Fear of the unknown, violence, and leaving all familiar things behind are themes in the history of the 1915 Armenian Genocide, but Armenian-American photojournalist Scout Tufankijan chose to focus on the present conditions of Armenians around the globe.
A new exhibit titled “Emblem and Artifice: Withered Symbols of the War,” features chemigrams that display lost symbols from World War II.
“Faith,” a photo from “After Selma” captures the emotion of an original foot soldier who marched again with the new generation 50 years later. The photography series compares the march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 to the recent oppression of black people.
Disheartening images of drought-ridden California land, the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the 2008 Russo-Georgia War shocked the approximately 35 people in attendance for Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson Chávez’s lecture Feb. 18 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Before Janice Sullivan was photographing flowers and shouting with excitement at insects on plants, she was a student at the University of La Verne who majored in art with an emphasis in photography.