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Caption BulletRepresentatives of the Accessible Technology Initiative Committee presented graphic arts student Lupita Garcia (at center) with an Ipod for her winning design of the ATI logo; more below

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Louise Ivers: Art Historian Shows New Photographs of Endangered Long Beach Architecture
Louise Ivers: Art Historian Shows New Photographs of Endangered Long Beach Architecture

Growing up on the East Coast in a house built in 1910, Louise Ivers acquired an affinity for older buildings. So when she moved to Long Beach in the mid-1970s, she was happy that she could purchase a home of similar vintage. However, she was soon to find out that her house was one of an endangered species. With her one-woman show “Endangered Species: Long Beach Architecture,” which runs Feb. 17- March 18 in the Art Gallery at Long Beach City College, the art historian hopes that viewers will take action in trying to save these buildings from the wrecking ball.

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Art Department, City of Carson, and Boys and Girls Club Collaborate on After-School Activity for Teens

On a rainy January afternoon, a group of Carson High School students gathered in a classroom to participate in a printmaking class given by Jim Keville, assistant professor of art. The after-school workshop, which runs for three more weeks, was made possible through a collaboration between the University Art Gallery at California State University, Dominguez Hills, the Carson Fine Arts and Historical Commission, and the Boys and Girls Club of Carson.

Art Department, City of Carson, and Boys and Girls Club Collaborate on After-School Activity for Teens
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Photo above: Representatives of the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) Committee presented graphic arts student Lupita Garcia (at center) with an Ipod for her winning design of the ATI logo. The committee works to provide access to publications, instructional material, computer software, hardware and electronic information for all disabled students, including those with physical limitations and learning disabilities.

For more information on ATI, click here.

L-R: Jeremiah Woolsey, director, Instructional Technology Center; Marion Smith, policy and Web consultant , Administrative Information Systems; Lupita Garcia, senior, graphic design; Michele Bury, chair and associate professor, Art and Design; and Adelbert Baylis, contracts specialist, Procurement, Contracts, Logistical, Facilities Leasing, and Support Services

Photo by Joanie Harmon

 

 


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