Ed Gomez (art and design) was interviewed about the MexiCali Biennial, now on display at The Cheech in Riverside, and Nicole Collier (criminal justice) coauthored a study on the role of psycho-social factors on the recidivism of homicide offenders.
Richard “Cheech” Marin was awarded the President’s Medal for his accomplishments as an actor, author of children’s books and a preeminent collector of Chicano art and the recently opened Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art and Culture.
Marin will be presented the President’s Medal at the President’s Dinner on Nov. 30, at the Mission Inn in Riverside.
The kinetic sculpture, created by international artist Daniel Ruanova and students from CSUSB’s Department of Art and Design and the featured exhibit at LEAD Summit XI, is in its final stages of manufacturing.
Through a program developed by art and design associate professor Ed Gomez, CSUSB art students are getting hands-on experience with international artist Daniel Ruanova and will help create a piece that will be exhibited at The Cheech.
“Visual Frequency,” a new exhibit coming Feb. 3 to RAFFMA, features art from CSUSB students who worked closely with renowned painter Armando Lerma. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, Feb. 1, 6-8 p.m.