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.
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.
“It’s All Black and White” is filled with social commentary, beauty and opportunity, observers said.
Pepperdine Libraries invited students, faculty and the Malibu community to an opening reception for an exhibit in collaboration with the GRAMMY Museum.
Head to the Weisman to see their latest exhibit, “Larry Bell: Pacific Red.”
Pepperdine religion professors share research through new Southern California exhibit on the Bible
Pepperdine University celebrated the beginning of the Hollywood Visionaries series on Tuesday – a month of activities highlighting the Jewish leaders who founded the entertainment industry – with a photography exhibit in Payson Library. The exhibit features stills from award-winning photographer and photojournalist Leigh Wiener, who photographed Hollywood studio moguls and legends over the course […]