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Miya Ando’s Industrial Watercolors

August 21, 2015 by | Escalette Permanent Collection of Art

Miya Ando, whose sculptural structure is now on view at the 56th Venice Biennale, is most well-known for the paintings she creates with metal. These “industrial watercolors” are made using a variety of complicated processes involving scorching heat, electrically charged vats, sharp tools, dangerous chemicals, loud sanding, and layers of paint or dye. Her fascination with such

Students Cross Curricula to Create WWI Exhibition

February 12, 2015 by | Temporary Exhibits

Last night marked the official opening of To Arms: The Western Front, 1914-1918, our new spring semester exhibit of WWI artifacts in the Doy and Dee Henley Galleria on the second floor of Argyros Forum. This was a collaborative effort among various departments and groups of students at Chapman, and it’s the first time that students were

Albert Schweitzer Exhibition Dedication

November 6, 2014 by | Membership & Events

This past Tuesday, Wilkinson College of Arts & Humanities hosted the Albert Schweitzer Exhibition Dedication to celebrate the newly renovated exhibition in Argyros Forum. The exhibition includes original artifacts, books, and memorabilia celebrating the life of Dr. Schweitzer and his role as a guiding spirit for the intellectual and ethical pursuits of Chapman University. Dr.

Benjamen Chinn: Paris 1950-1951

March 3, 2014 by | Temporary Exhibits

  BENJAMEN CHINN: PARIS 1950-1951 On view in the Doy and Dee Henley Galleria, Argyros Forum February 2 – May 30, 2014 Benjamen Chinn was a native California photographer, born in 1921 in San Francisco’s Chinatown, who became known as a key member of the “Golden Decade” group at the California School

Buddhism: Stories and Symbols

March 3, 2014 by | Temporary Exhibits

BUDDHISM: Stories & Symbols Curated by Edward Fosmire On view in the Doy and Dee Henley Galleria, Argyros Forum February 2 – May 30, 2014     This exhibition, drawn from local private collections, provides an overview of popular Buddhist iconography and iconology from a variety of Asian cultures and time periods. Works from China,

Icons/Wooden Churches

August 5, 2012 by David Lee | Temporary Exhibits

        In 2002, British photographer Richard Davies traveled to the remote Northern provinces of Russia to photograph its famous wooden churches. Many churches, he discovered, had been lost in the course of the 20th century: some left to rot; some destroyed by lightning; countless others

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