As Namer, a previously stray dog, ran through the wooded river bottom near Centerville, a youthful Steve Dzerigian ran behind holding onto the leash. At some point during his daily chore of walking the dog, he decided the human-dog roles should be reversed and he let the dog run free. While the leash was still attached, he never let it tighten — running as Namer ran and observing her tracking techniques.
Filled with striking photographs of breathtaking landscapes and scenes, Fresno City College photography instructor Steve Dzerigian’s book depicts the ongoing symbiosis between people and their surroundings and the underlying source that connects elements of nature at their core.
The Photography exhibit “Tomiko Jones: Hatsubon” will be on display at the Phebe Conley Art Gallery weekdays Sept. 20 to Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jones will give an artist lecture from 3-4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20 in Conley 101, followed by an artist’s reception from 5 to 7 p.m. in the […]
The Department of Art and Design in collaboration with the Center for Creativity and the Arts, present, “The Other Eye on Afghanistan: Photographs by Farzana Wahidy,” opening on Oct. 9 and continuing through 26 in the Phebe Conley Art Gallery in the Conley Art Building. “The Other Eye on Afghanistan: Photographs by Farzana Wahidy” is […]
Large-scale photographs by grad student Sara Deasy will be featured in her master’s Grad Show, the first exhibition of the fall semester in the Phebe Conley Art Gallery at Fresno State. The exhibition consists of 10 44-by-66-inch prints in the main gallery space, and 12 12-by-18-inch black-and-white images in the back portion of the gallery. Deasy’s […]