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Kristen Morgin, Madonna with Tricycle, 2013; unfired clay, paint, ink, wood, wire; 20 x 16 x 18 inches; image courtesy of the artist and Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Beverly Hills

SDSU launches bicycle-themed art exhibit

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // November 16, 2018

San Diego State’s School of Art and Design has launched a new art exhibit, “I Love to Ride My Bicycle,” at the SDSU Downtown Gallery. Showcasing...

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‘Transforming Existence’ gallery explores surrealism and society

by Sydney Sweeney, Senior Staff Writer // March 14, 2018

Fête gallante is a French phrase used in art, defined as a representation of elegantly dressed groups at play in a rural or parklike setting. However,...

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This piece by Shayne Oseguera, titled Octopusish, is one of the many art pieces on display at the exhibit

‘Built to Last’ art exhibit showcases senior pieces

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // November 20, 2017

San Diego State’s School of Art and Design students hosted a reception for the Built to Last exhibit on Nov. 16 in the Everett Gee Jackson and Flor y...

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Campus DUI prevention program collaborates with SDSU graphic design students

Campus DUI prevention program collaborates with SDSU graphic design students

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // May 6, 2016

The Center for Alcohol and Drug Studies and Services is a project established by San Diego State in an effort to address alcohol and other drug-related...

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Grad student explores furniture in thesis exhibition

Grad student explores furniture in thesis exhibition

by Alek Sanchez, Staff Writer // May 3, 2016

When many people look at furniture, they often think of style or comfort. Sophie Glenn, however, thinks art. As a furniture design and woodworking graduate...

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Painting professor creates art and sculpture from flesh and bone

Painting professor creates art and sculpture from flesh and bone

by Cami Buckman, Senior Staff Writer // April 20, 2016

Nestled behind the Hardy Tower and the Professional Studies and Fine Arts building lie the art buildings. In these buildings there is a door camouflaged...

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SDSU Downtown Gallery explores space and sound through photography

SDSU Downtown Gallery explores space and sound through photography

by Lainie Fraser, Staff Writer // March 23, 2016

San Francisco Bay Area artist Jeff Ray typically photographs the geographical surroundings close to him. He explores the natural coast, World War II...

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SDSU Downtown Gallery set to open energized exhibit

SDSU Downtown Gallery set to open energized exhibit

by Lilly Glenister, Senior Staff Writer // February 2, 2016

The SDSU Downtown Gallery will have a new exhibit from Feb. 4 to March 27 exploring the intersection between energy and art. Students and faculty from...

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SDSU gifts flag to France as symbol of solidarity

SDSU gifts flag to France as symbol of solidarity

by Natalia Xibille, Contributor // December 2, 2015

San Diego State’s School of Art and Design presented a French flag with students’ signatures and condolences to a university in France on Tuesday as...

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Arts Alive caters to SDSU programs

Arts Alive caters to SDSU programs

by Alissa Kasawdish, Staff Writer // November 18, 2015

The good thing about art is that one doesn’t have to be an artist to be a part of something creative. Arts Alive San Diego State allows students all...

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