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Art gallery is transformed by “mutations”

Alyson Poveda

October 7, 2015

The University Union Gallery presented MUYMALFAUNADAPTATION exhibit on Thursday, Oct. 1, which exhibits 40 different pieces of art of Northern Californian and Sac State alumnus John Stuart Berger. An exhibition that promises to take anyone to a world full of creatures non-genetically modified and...

Pain is Deep

Devina Singh

October 6, 2015

"Every artist dips his brush in his own soul and paints his own nature into his pictures."-Henry Ward Beecher The first art exhibit of fall 2015 in the University Union Gallery was called Treasure Revealed: Art from the Sacramento State Collection. In this exhibit, there was a piece named Pai...

Panelists discuss art on campus

Panelists answer a question of whether Sac State should open a a new museum at

Alyson Poveda

September 25, 2015

Last Thursday, the Department of Art hold a panel discussion formed by seven panelists where they discussed the campus’ art treasure collections that the department hold.As Sacramento State students and faculty walk through the campus they are surrounded by art.As they walk through the library or t...

Professor’s office inspires and comforts students, colleagues

Art displayed in professor's office.

Jasmine Alston

September 20, 2015

Linda Goodrich's office offers a welcoming environment for faculty and staff to come relax and enjoy themselves in a room filled with personality.Assisted by the large window, red and yellow hues brighten and warm the walls of the cold office. Artwork and photographs seem at home in the abyss of crea...

Exhibit: Treasure Revealed

“Einstein/Rhythm and Hue” painted by artist David Garibaldi is featured in the Treasure Revealed Art Gallery located on the second floor of the University Union.

Alyson Poveda

September 10, 2015

The University Union Gallery presented the Treasure Revealed exhibit on Thursday, Sept. 3, which exhibits a few of the art pieces that California State University, Sacramento has around campus.The exhibition was intended to showcase the diverse cultural arts of Sacramento State.“The campus owns thousa...

Student uses recycled material for art

Ruth Williams

March 16, 2015

"Free" is the word that senior art major Julia Kropinova used to describe her art at the reception for Recycled Art in the Witt Gallery of Kadema Hall on Wednesday, March 11.Kropinova said her art describes who she is and when creating pieces, she does not like to feel trapped."I have so much creative ...

Delgreta Brown spreads peace through her art

Delgreta Brown -

Daniel Magalit

February 5, 2015

Sacramento State is kicking off Black History Month with an evoking art exhibit. Delgreta Brown, the featured artist of the month, is showcasing her contemporary artistry in hopes to shed a more positive light on African-American culture.“(N)Eon: The New Eon,” according to a press release, is “a...

Crafted jewelry by students sold on campus

Rian Edignton

November 27, 2014

Sacramento State students have a chance to experience the art work of others throughout the semester; however, there aren’t many chances to buy art from other students.The jewelry sale at Kadema Hall on Nov. 18 and 19 offered students a chance to view and possibly purchase unique handcrafted jewelr...

Shine coffee house offers a venue for local artists and musicians

Erika Bradley

March 3, 2014

On the corner of 14th and E streets in downtown Sacramento hangs a vintage sign declaring Shine coffee house, a place not only for food and drinks but an environment that welcomes local art and music. Shine features local musicians, poets and other visual artists every month. That brings the community ...

First Amendment rights discussed after President Gonzalez censors art student’s work

State Hornet Staff

February 19, 2014

Confusion and discomfort remain on how society intends to blur racial and ethnic diversities, when a long-standing effort was committed to separate and keep groups apart. This is why graduating senior Christina Edwards’ display of reverse-racism last December was both compelling and insightful.Edwards, a...

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