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The Harlem Renaissance is worth remembering

The Harlem Renaissance is worth remembering

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // March 10, 2021

While most are well aware of the European Renaissance and some of its prominent participants such as William Shakespeare and Michelangelo, it is rare for...

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Painting by numbers is a fun activity people can do inside during quarantine.

New hobbies to try for making the most out of quarantine

by Sofia Longo, Staff Writer // April 15, 2020

As a college student who doesn’t attend physical classes anymore, I have a lot of time on my hands. It’s incredibly easy to be complacent during quarantine...

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A group of inmates get a chance to create art and express themselves.

Inmates get creative in the arts with the Prison Arts Collective

by Catlan Nguyen, Staff Writer // January 22, 2020

No matter what walk of life you come from, art can heal and help many express themselves at their worst and at their best. The Prison Arts Collective...

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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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Artistic recycling bin campaign launches across campus

Artistic recycling bin campaign launches across campus

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // September 5, 2018

Students returning to San Diego State this semester may notice something different about the recycling bins in the quad near Love Library. Bins featuring...

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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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VIDEO: What is art?

by Cami Buckman and Emely Navarro // November 18, 2015

The Daily Aztec's first annual arts special issue hits newsstands today, Nov. 18. We asked our fellow Aztecs what art means to them.  

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Local artist takes talent to new level

Local artist takes talent to new level

by Sarah Tanori, Senior Staff Writer // February 11, 2015

While many artists explain their emphasis as painting, sculpting or drawing, Ariel Gomez is a tattoo flash painter. Gomez primarily paints American traditional...

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Art students contribute to collaborative work

Art students contribute to collaborative work

by Chelsea Baer, Contributor // November 10, 2014

San Diego State is home to a constantly growing and flourishing art department. Talented students with specialties in backgrounds ranging from jewelry...

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