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Thefts prompt gallery camera installation

Theft and vandalism, which have disrupted the Irene Carlson Photo Gallery on the ground floor of Miller Hall, have prompted the installation of security cameras with the hope to lessen the risk of future crime.

‘Face to Face’ displays Third World

“Face to Face: Photographing the Developing World” is the latest exhibit being shown in the Irene Carlson Gallery, honoring the work of La Verne alumnus Randy Miller.

Letter to the Editor

We are grateful for your regular and well-researched coverage of events in the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography. The gallery is an experiment in openness. We promote a sort of serendipitous gallery experience.

Theft mars ‘Holga’ photo exhibit

The theft of a photograph has marred the opening of "Travels with Holga: Photographs with a Plastic Camera," by Patricia Lemke, currently an exhibit in the Irene Carlson Gallery.

Photographers share ‘Joy’ through exhibit

A reception honoring the photographers of the “Sharing the Joy” photo collection—Leona Ikenberry, Gerry Pence and Pat M. Wright—was held last night in the Irene Carlson Gallery.

Taylor exhibit unveils family life in portraits

As students pass through the bottom floor of Miller Hall they notice the walls of the Irene Carlson Gallery adorned with a new entourage of photographs. But there is something very different about this display that requires passersby to take a second glance.

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