Along with teaching and mentoring, Julie Paegle, who joined CSUSB in 2006 and taught a wide array of courses for the English department, was an accomplished poet and Pulitzer Prize nominee.
The series, called Art Hour with Lana and Teresa, is hosted by two of RAFFMA’s student assistants where they welcome special guests weekly to discuss various art- and museum-related topics.
On Oct. 29, communication studies faculty and graduate students discussed the docudrama “The Social Dilemma,” which highlights the dark side of social media and the issues it raises. More than 150 people tuned in for the panel.
The magazine rankings listed CSUSB’s Master of Fine Arts, 178 of 272; Public Affairs, 117 of 274; and part-time MBA graduate programs, 158 of 272.
MFA student Haylie Roché’s exhibit, “Honeymoon,” which explores the nature of consumption and how it is romanticized in modern society, will be on display from Feb. 27 through March 4.
MFA students Jacob Adame and Haylie Roché have been selected to exhibit their artwork in the highly competitive SoCal MFA Juried Exhibition at the Millard Sheets Art Center. Opening reception is Saturday, Feb. 1.
Three CSUSB MFA students will be featured in an exhibit titled “I am…” in RAFFMA’s Dutton Family Gallery beginning Nov. 13 and running through Nov. 26.
Frederick Brashear and Victoria Porraz, the Outstanding Graduates, and Aubrey Guldemond, Outstanding Undergraduate, will be honored by the College of Arts and Letters ceremony at Toyota Arena in Ontario.
“Existential Flux,” by Heath Rössler, will be on display April 5-18. An opening reception is scheduled for 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, at the museum.