USC artist uses her knowledge and talent for art and painting to pursue a career in production design.
Designed for Latinx and indigenous working-class members, the bilingual zine is chock full of cultural symbols and illustrations.
The sophomore also known as “Muna” a rising artist in the inaugural Musical Theater Bachelors of Fine Arts program, speaks about tackling prominent issues in the US through his art.
The present economy does not favor Black-owned businesses, as they continuously experience underinvestment, even when the economy is flourishing. Therefore, collectively dedicating spending power to support these individuals and groups can be incredibly impactful.
Roski student Ankita Mukherji renders “home” from memory in exhibit.
“Visual Language” exhibits diverse works ranging from Shepard Fairey’s black and white text piece forming a haunting face underlined by the word “OBEY” to feminist art collective Guerrilla Girls’ straightforward use of bold-lettered text to oppose patriarchal influence of wealth and power on the art world.
Paige Strabala’s artwork explores female identity and our true selves.
Davis’ exhibit will remain on display at the Wilding Cran Gallery until Nov. 4.
Dalgleish and Soltani set the mood for the rest of the showcase with this photograph — a truthful representation of life and all its mundanities.
Narsiso Martinez put on his exhibition, “The Harvest” as part of “Artist Talk,” at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.