After a year of virtual exhibits, the Weisman Museum presents its first in-person art installation open to the public, titled “Environmental Reflections.” The exhibit highlights pieces that show both the beauty and power of nature in unique, interesting ways.
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Pepperdine’s Center for the Arts is opening up some of its facilities for students and staff to use. The CFA is closely following LA County’s Department of Public Health protocols as LA county transitions from the Red to the Orange Tier.
The creators of the “Centered on the Arts” podcast talk about the importance of continuing to share art in the wake of COVID-19. The podcast began this summer with the first episode released June 29.
Pepperdine opera brings two different new works to Smothers Theatre, showcasing the versatility of student talent at Pepperdine.
Museum Director Michael Zakian’s final exhibition at the Weisman showcases the works of renowned sculptor Auguste Rodin.
The Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts prepares for its upcoming season of new artists with Derina Harvey band concert.
Pepperdine’s fall performances are getting ready to open the curtains.
Photos Courtesy of Ina Bobis The all-student cast of “Die Fledermaus” will be present the traditional German opera in Smothers Theatre on Thursday, Feb. 21 and Saturday, Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Emma Ujifusa, a junior Music Education and Vocal Performance major, plays Adele — the chambermaid of the two main characters. “She is a […]
The two artists reminisce and perform their well-known hits during their performance at Smother’s Theater
Center for the Arts hosts Press Luncheon to reveal the schedule for the 2018-2019 season