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Artist champions female power in new colorful exhibit

A new exhibit in the University Union Art Gallery,

Marissa Murcko

October 3, 2016

The University Union Art Gallery is currently featuring an exhibit entitled "Project Eve" that showcases colorful and vibrant portraits of artist Aaron Lee’s interpretation of every man’s ideal, perfect woman. Lee, a junior graphic design major, said the image of a perfect woman that resides i...

New art exhibit celebrates Chicana feminity

Anna Agundez

April 29, 2016

Sacramento State's R.W. Witt Gallery hosted a reception to showcase the new art exhibit "Liberation En Nuestra Resistencia," on Wednesday, April 27. "Liberation En Nuestra Resistencia," which translates to "liberation in our resistance" in English, is a collaborated exhibit by senior art history major B...

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...

Photography exhibit at Sac State shares stories to younger generation

Professor Emeritus of Business Law Felicenne
Ramey poses in front of her exhibit,

Alex Slavas

February 22, 2012

Sacramento State is featuring a photography exhibit that tells its own story. "We Stand on Their Shoulders," a project done by Sacramento State Professor Emeritus of Business Law Felicenne Ramey, is being shown on campus to spread the advice to younger generations. The exhibit is being displayed in th...

Sac State’s ‘Courage to Remember’ portrays Holocaust

Denis Doute, CEO of the Societe Nationale des Chemins de francais,
and Holocaust survivor Liz Igra have a conversation within the
exhibit shortly after the gallery's ceremonial opening on Sept.



State Hornet Staff

October 5, 2011

The Holocaust, noted as one of the most notorious genocides to occur in history, has become the subject for Sacramento State's exhibit in the Anthropology Museum this month. The exhibit entitled "The Courage to Remember" is running through Nov. 4 in Mendocino Hall, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday throug...

Art exhibit draws important connections

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Courtney Owen

September 12, 2011

Seventy Days: Trapped in Two Thousand Ten is the name of Fernando Duarte’s exhibit, and rightly so. Duarte worked on his art concurrently when the Chilean miners were trapped underground for the 70 days and 69 nights. Duarte's exhibit, held in Sacramento State's University Union, displays 39 pie...