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Over the past four days of my vacation in Vietnam, I’ve finally experience the “slowing down of time” again. My days were decently productive, with many options of delicious foods … Continue reading
I Tan Wong’s gallery was unique. I love the idea of projecting her movements on the wall. It is simple, yet it was able to give the gallery another dimension. … Continue reading
Anna is a freshman at CSULB. Similar to me, she is also a pre-nursing major and a crafter. As you can predict, we spent the majority of our time talking … Continue reading
Unlike other colorful paintings and drawings around it, “Cyclical Nature” by Jeff Dull stands out because of its mysteriousness. In his painting, it seems that there are only four basic … Continue reading
I sat in every ART 110 lectures since day one. Every week, Professor Zucman would announce the first placed student in the class. There were many times I heard Diana’s … Continue reading
For this week’s activity, I will teach you how to crochet a fun and simple project. An infinity scarf to warm your winter!
“Something that means something”… Hum… This piece of art is so simple; yet the ideas it represents make us think. This artwork consists of a many white ceramic plates putting … Continue reading
Nicole Ilagan is a second year college student. She is majoring in Film. Nicole told me that film was a new passion for her. Since she was little, her mother … Continue reading