Jessica Bocinski

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Escalette Collection on Loan Tony DeLap Survey at the Honarkar Foundation

June 10, 2024 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art at Chapman University

This past Spring semester, The Honarkar Foundation in Laguna Beach featured three Tony DeLap artworks from the Escalette Collection of Art in its inaugural exhibition corresponding with the opening of their new gallery space. The Honarkar Foundation is located in the historic former post-office building on Broadway Street, built in 1938. Orange County art collector

LOOK! – On the Nature of Perception Student-Curated Exhibition in Beckman Hall, 4th Floor

January 16, 2024 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art at Chapman University

Students in Marcus Herse’s Spring 2023 Curatorial Practice class partnered with the Escalette Collection of Art to curate and install an exhibition on the 4th floor of Beckman Hall. LOOK! – On the Nature of Perception¬†is a socially aware exploration of the theme of perception, both in formal and conceptual terms. The students in Curatorial

Bound in Bone A New Student-Generated Exhibition in Roosevelt Hall

January 8, 2024 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art at Chapman University

In response to Wilkinson College’s 2023 Engaging the World Initiative, Leading the Conversation on Health Equity, the Escalette Collection of Art partnered Wilkinson and Crean College students with LA-based artist Jenny Yurshansky to create an experiential display in Roosevelt Hall titled Bound in Bone. The exhibition will be on display until November, 2024. Roosevelt Hall

Sewing in Community: Artist Talk with Tahereh Sheerazie

December 8, 2023 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art at Chapman University

On Tuesday, December 5th, the Escalette Permanent Art Collection welcomed Tahereh Sheerazie, textile artist and landscape designer, to Chapman University. Sheerazie is a member of The Running Stitch, a sewing and quilting collective based in Los Angeles that has been active for over twenty-two years. In her lecture, Sewing In Community, Sheerazie spoke of her

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