This year’s exhibition, called “Beyond the Blue,” will run from July 22 through Sept. 2 at CB1 Gallery in Los Angeles.
The contract’s funding of more than $1.6 million will allow CBA to significantly increase its programming inside California state prisons, expanding its partnerships with other CSU campuses and growing jobs in the region.
With the passing of former professor Richard M. Johnston on Dec. 12, 2017, Cal State San Bernardino lost one of its transformational campus leaders.
JUMP StArts supports high-quality arts education and artists-in-residence programs for youth engaged in the juvenile justice system.
The Prison Arts Collective CSUSB and the Hope and Redemption Team of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition were recognized on Jan. 22 by state Sen. Jim Beall for a PAC exhibition on display at the state Capitol in Sacramento.
The CSUSB College of Arts and Letters Faculty Colloquium featured three faculty members: Carmen Jany, professor of Spanish; Annie Buckley, professor of art; and Nicholas Bratcher, assistant professor of music.
Annie Buckley was named the recipient of the 2018-19 Outstanding Professor award, the university’s top faculty honor, during a surprise visit to one of her classes Wednesday afternoon. She also becomes CSUSB's John M. Pfau Endowed Professor.
Annie Buckley (art) was named CSUSB’s Outstanding Professor, David Yaghoubian (history) discussed reports of commercial ships being sabotaged near the Strait of Hormuz, and Al Mariam (political science, emeritus), wrote on Ethiopia's youth.