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.
Sophomore Autumn Hardwick started her jewelry company, Bird Bug, in February 2021. Hardwick said 20% of the proceeds from Bird Bug sales go to the Greater Charlotte Area Mutual Aid to benefit victims of COVID-19.
Art is a subject deeply personal to both the viewer and the creator. To keep this deep connection, Pepperdine’s Art Department is thinking outside the box in terms of events and exhibitions.
Students from the Fine Arts Division unite the Pepperdine community by entertaining viewers from their homes around the country.
Zakian was a deeply involved member of the community, directing the Weisman Museum and teaching art history.
Photo by Milan Loiacono of a portion of “The 1/4 Mile,” by Robert Rauschenberg (1981-98). Many people confuse contemporary art like this piece with modern art, which phased out in the 1970s. You are faced with an image, a painting, a sculpture perhaps. Maybe you are in a gallery or museum or have a Twitter, […]
Photos by Ella Gonzalez The glassy, somewhat dark exterior of Pepperdine’s Weisman Museum can seem uninviting. Upon first glance at the large concrete building, some students might think it is closed. But open the door and go into the museum and you find yourself in a much different realm — bright, lively and teeming with […]
Students creep it real at Art Society’s annual Halloween event at the Weisman Museum.
The lecture explored the ethical dimensions of the museum and art market.
How can we properly view art in the age of Instagram?