What to Read While Quarantined

In our current climate of social distancing and quarantine, what better than a good book to help experience another reality for a while? We have compiled a list of written works from CalArtians including memoirs, fictional short stories, and graphic design retrospectives. Here are some titles...

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Harry Dodge Makes Connections in Genre-Defying New Book

“No genre can hold this book.” Writer Ben Lerner describes Harry Dodge’s My Meteorite: Or, Without the Random There Can Be No New Thing, which debuted on March 17, as “a work of tender force, prying open every category … breathtaking—or breathgiving, because the whole thing oxygenates...

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CalArts Among Top Five Fine Arts Graduate Schools

On Monday, March 16, US News & World Report released its latest rankings of the Best Fine Arts Graduate Schools in the Nation. CalArts has been placed fifth, tying with Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).  The rankings, conducted by US News between fall 2019 and early 2020, were based on a...

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CalArtians featured at Other Places art fair 2020

An artist collective composed of CalArtians will take the stage at the Other Places art fair (OPaf) on March 14-15 at the Angels Gate Cultural Center in San Pedro, Calif. The Operational Statements collective—CalArtians Luka Fisher (Art MFA 18), Sydney Mills (Art MFA 18), Don Tingling (Art...

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Regen Projects Presents New Works by Catherine Opie and Artist Talk

On Thursday, Feb. 27, Regen Projects presents a new exhibition of works by Catherine Opie (Art MFA 88) titled Rhetorical Landscapes, the artist’s 10th solo exhibition at the gallery.  Rhetorical Landscapes continues Opie’s research into “current American political landscape and the moving...

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