March 13, 2023. Reading time 5 minutes.
The Arts and Humanities Showcase offers a unique opportunity, through various performances, exhibits, lectures and workshops, to immerse yourself in the creativity and cultural diversity of Fresno State’s talented students.
February 15, 2023. Reading time 3 minutes.
The Dean’s Gallery at Fresno State is hosting an inspiring art exhibit called “Black Resistance” as part of the campus’ Black History Month celebrations.
January 23, 2023. Reading time 7 minutes.
Featured among the 52 women artists are internationally recognized artists Claudia Hart, Pamela Sneed and Nancy Youdelman.
January 3, 2023. Reading time 3 minutes.
While most students were off for their winter break, 36 Fresno State students traveled to England for the Arts and Humanities Study Abroad Experience:
December 19, 2022. Reading time 9 minutes.
“It was almost surreal seeing a product I made, even though all my time was spent doing that very thing. Having actually in my hands was something else entirely.” ~ Finch
December 14, 2022. Reading time 5 minutes.
The impressive surroundings, inspired by Southeast Asian temples such as Bayon and Ta Prohm from 12th and 13th century Cambodia, are all part of the experience.
December 13, 2022. Reading time 12 minutes.
Printmaking focuses on photography and various printing techniques within a backdrop of Illustration, graphic design, photography, and book printing.
October 26, 2022. Reading time 14 minutes.
MoxiWorks, a real estate software company, was getting ready to move from its old start-up office to a new office building in Downtown Seattle, but then the pandemic happened.
October 26, 2022. Reading time 5 minutes.
The Fresno Advertising Federation Foundation (FAFF) announced the creation of two new scholarships to be awarded to graphic design students in the Department of Art, Design and Art History and students in the Media, Communications, and Journalism (MCJ) departments.
October 10, 2022. Reading time 3 minutes.
The silent auction portion of the art affair will feature works from many of the Valley’s finest regional and international artists, including past and present Lund Scholars.