The new art exhibit at the Weisman displays the Kinsey family’s collection, which showcases African American history, art and achievements. The experience of the opening celebration’s attendees gives a glimpse into the impact and beauty of the exhibit.
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.
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.
Senior Julia Campbell, an Art History major with a Digital Humanities minor, shares her experience working at the Weisman Museum of Art on campus and reflects on her experience abroad in Florence, Italy. Campbell is excited to take a gap year next year to travel before pursuing a graduate degree in Art History or Chicano studies.
“It’s All Black and White” is filled with social commentary, beauty and opportunity, observers said.
Senior Angelica Ramos was requested to cover up portions of her art exhibition in the Weisman Museum due to profanity.
Head to the Weisman to see their latest exhibit, “Larry Bell: Pacific Red.”
Photos Courtesy of Yena Kim She had an opened, sketch-filled notebook decorated with eraser dust at the front desk of the Weisman Museum. Technically, she was at work, but she wanted to use the lack of steady visitors on a Saturday afternoon as an opportunity to sketch some characters and faces. Yena Kim, a fourth-year […]