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Submissions still open for upcoming Undergrad Underground show

Undergrads are assembling their works for the upcoming Undergrad Underground showcase of interdisciplinary arts on Thursday, March 1st in the Haas Pavilion from 6:30-7 p.m. or later. The mix will include performances by an improv music class, improv dance, solo dance choreography and screendance videos made in the fall semester. Plus, there is room for […]

Events Calendar

Feb. 6 Working Writers Panel: Juliana Delgado Lopera & Mg Roberts @ Mills Hall Living Room, 5:30–6:30 p.m. How do working writers balance their creative lives with teaching, community arts programming, editing and more? Lopera is a Colombian writer and oral historian based in San Francisco and the author of ¡Cuéntamelo! an illustrated bilingual collection […]

Ceramics professor Ron Nagle to retire

World-renowned ceramicist and art professor Ron Nagle is retiring after 32 years of teaching.

Artist uses unique materials to send a message

Artist Lisa Anne Auerbach uses unconventional materials to get people talking about everything from Sarah Palin to feral cats.

Modern dance icon Trisha Brown displays dance, visual art at exhibit

Trisha Brown, a Mills alumna, displays her latest work at the Art Museum.

Organization promotes peace through art

If you happened to notice glitter stuck to the bathroom sinks and door handles throughout Rothwell last weekend then you witnessed the aftermath of a unique hands-on art making event that, you guessed it, involved lots of glitter. Katherine Josten, the founder and director of the Global Art Project for Peace, led an art making […]

VIDEO | Global Art Project for Peace

Founder and director of the Global Art Project, Katherine Josten, creatively promotes world peace through arts and crafts. Participants help design each others pieces for the “Let’s All Join Hands” collaboration with fun results.

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