Art by Ally Armstrong Visual media — photos, digital artwork, videos and interactive graphics — are the dominant art form in current culture and are an essential part of Pepperdine Graphic Media. Comprised of photographers, artists, video editors and designers, PGM's visual teams strive to make content more visually appealing to their audience while helping communicate the … [Read more...] about What Does It Mean to Be a Part Of The Visual Teams?
Juniors Hannah Kate Albach and Callie Mechelke look at the view in Peru while showing off their matching mountain tattoos in December 2019. They got them spontaneously while traveling to have a constant reminder of the beautiful sights they saw. Photo courtesy of Hannah Albach Having a tattoo at Pepperdine doesn't just mean wearing your heart on your skin. It means sharing … [Read more...] about Pepperdine Tattoos: The Reality of Being Inked and In Love
Chart-topping albums and their accompanying artwork from 2020. These albums are mixed, with new critically acclaimed and underground artists. Photospread by Beth Gonzales Although 2020 was a quiet year for many industries, the music industry never slowed down. As touring and live performances came to a halt in March, music production and the art of songwriting flourished … [Read more...] about 2020 Year in Review: The Music That Made Us
Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: Via Apple Podcasts | Via SoundCloud | Via Spotify Music streaming is practically second nature. We open Spotify or Apple Music with ease and have access to anything we want to listen to. Cameron Davis, Pepperdine senior, explains why this can be harmful to artists while unpacking the history and ethics of music … [Read more...] about Ethics of Music Streaming
The Rodin and Women exhibit in the Weisman Museum opened to the public on Jan. 18, and will remain open until March 29. The impressive collection was the last exhibition curated by former Museum Director Michael Zakian, who passed away last month. Photos by Savannah Welch Since its installment in early January, French sculptor Auguste Rodin's collection has drawn … [Read more...] about Michael Zakian’s Final Exhibit is a Poignant Look at the Female Form