The new exhibition includes a revitalization of the university’s on-campus galleries and partnerships with leading local galleries and museums.

The San Diego State University School of Art and Design is launching a new exhibition program this summer that will include a revitalization of the university’s on-campus galleries, collaborative and multidisciplinary art and design events, and a new partnership project with leading local galleries and museums.

The new exhibition program will dedicate significant space in SDSU’s four on-campus galleries for student-led exhibitions and projects, and will also bring in exhibitions of contemporary artists and collectives to campus following the

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ARTSTHREAD is partnering with i-D Magazine to create an online Global Design Graduate Show 2020 with entries being collected through July 31. The show came about as a proactive response to the Covid-19 health crisis as a way for recent graduates to get exposure and make connections in lieu of cancelled year-end shows and internships. The competition is open to all students graduating in any under- or post-graduate art & design degree over the academic year 2019-20, and the winners will be showcased online this September.

According to ARTSTHREAD Creative Director Jens Laugesen the goal of the competition is to

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It started with one social media post.

On June 1, the Laguna College of Art and Design (known as LCAD) released a solidarity statement with the Black Lives Matter movement on its social media. The letter, signed by the school’s president Jonathan Burke, looked similar to other posts by universities and companies pledging to stand against racial injustice.

But the hashtag #AllLivesMatter was the sole text on display at the top.

Students quickly noticed that their private arts school had used the hashtag associated with dismissing Black Lives Matter. They started flooding the comment section with their own experiences at

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Chicago – This carefully curated collaborative auction offers works from some of the most important names in art and design from the second half of the 20th century. Sophisticated acquisition opportunities are available for connoisseurs and savvy emerging collectors alike, including examples by Sol LeWitt, Chuck Close, Keith Haring, Christo, Harry Bertoia, Edward Wormley and Paul Evans.

“We are thrilled to present How Soon Is Now as part of our Summer auction schedule. This curated selection of art and design has given us the opportunity to pair artists and designers in the same auction for the first time at Hindman,

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Green giraffes danced, fat birds skipped and happy cats flew. They did so against backdrops of forests, mountains and cities.

During Glynn Visual Arts summer camp this week, young artists have allowed their imaginations to run wild, putting crayon, pencil and paint to paper to create whatever fantasies they could dream up.

Catherine Durrett, the camp’s instructor, has urged her campers to break boundaries and expand their creative minds to make art unlike anything they’ve seen before.

“The goal is to have fun,” Durrett said Wednesday. “… I’m going to sneak in some lessons, but the whole thing is just

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By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter

Zoom session with Eola Jane, 2nd from left

Shrewsbury – One might not think that a Zoom call could be classified as personal but some art students at Shrewsbury High School (SHS) thought otherwise when they were treated to an up-close look into the world of four visiting artists in a series of virtual visits. There were unexpected benefits.

The visits were arranged by visual arts teacher Shari Fox who was faced with a dilemma when schools shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.  

Fox explained that prior to the pandemic she had received

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