David Daniels Exhibits 3D Sculptures at Freaked Screening

If you’re headed to the Beyond Fest screening of the 1993 cult classic film Freaked at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood on Friday (Jan. 17), leave some time to check out the work of CalArts alum David Daniels (Film/Video MFA 85). The Portland, Ore.-based artist created the album cover art for...

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Remembering John Baldessari

“Trailblazer,” “a gentle giant,” “witty,” “a fountain of creativity,” these are some of the words from around the web, describing the late artist John Baldessari, who died at the age of 88, on Jan. 2.  As one of CalArts’ founding faculty members, Baldessari’s legacy and influence reaches far and...

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Year in Review: The Top 24700 Posts of 2019

As we approach the new year and prepare to usher in a new decade, take a look at the most popular 24700 posts of 2019.  CalArtians are among the artists selected for The Whitney Biennial, held May 17-Sept. 22 in New York. | Image: Ed Lederman School of Art CalArtians Among Artists Selected for...

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Los Angeles Streets: Dee Williams Memorial Exhibition

A memorial exhibition of the photography of Denise “Dee” Williams (Art MFA 02) will be held from Friday, Dec. 27 to Sunday, Dec. 29 at as-is.la, a contemporary art gallery in Los Angeles. Williams passed from cancer on Christmas Day 2018 at the age of 57. A year later, a memorial exhibition of...

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Ariane Roesch Debut Book: How to Build: a House, a Life, a Future

Artist and writer Ariane Roesch (Art MFA 11) relates her personal and meditative tale of home ownership in her debut publication How to Build: a House, a Life, a Future (Atmen Press). How to Build narrates Roesch’s adventures in building a home with her now-husband Zachary Miano in Houston. Over...

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