Aristotle Zeng, Pepperdine’s Ciné club executive board member, shares his perspective on the film “Parasite” (2019) and talks about the movie’s influence on American cinema.
Visual team and their work are often under-appreciated, but the visual components they create are vital to journalism. PGM staff photographers, artists, video editors and designers reflect on what it means to be a part of the visual teams and why their work is so important.
How do four different artists from four different fields define success?
American artist Jasper Johns’ six decades of work culminate in his new retrospective at the broad: “Something Resembling Truth.”
Painting has become a way for junior Mckenzie Cunningham to express herself.
Photo Courtesy of Meridith Cary Meridith Cary’s studio space on the fourth floor of the CAC is a collection of abstract oil paintings depicting human figures, finished and unfinished, clothed and nude. Cary describes herself as an “an abstract contemporary traditional realistic” painter. Her journey toward being a painter began with a general education sculpture […]