Looking for a fun summer activity here in Orange? Look no further! Visit the Leatherby Libraries at Chapman University! Spend your time on campus exploring our many exhibits and displays. Ranging from our Tiki in Orange County exhibit to our display of Chapman University staff artwork in the Leatherby Libraries’ Hall of Art, there is
From April 10th through May 21st, the Leatherby Libraries exhibited the graphic design work of Francisco Lugo ’17, in an series titled: A Two Cents’ Worth P.A.L. Located on the 1st floor in the Hallway of Art, the featured student exhibit proved some well needed cheer to students finishing projects, exams and final assignments of the semester.
The Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art welcomes a featured student exhibit each semester from the Chapman University campus. This fall, student artist Gabi Abrahamson is showcasing her thought-provoking work to the community through her exhibit, “All of Our Colors.” The exhibit includes strings of paper dolls that were displayed earlier this year, as well as
The Leatherby Libraries continues to find creative ways to display student artwork. One of the most recent exhibits reached further out into the local community, on the initiative of Chapman students. On the first floor near the restrooms this spring, several strings of paper dolls were displayed. These decorated dolls were created by local
When: Monday, October 19, at 5:30 p.m. Where: Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art (first floor, southwest corner, just past the Interlibrary Loan window) Refreshments will be provided. For more information, contact Laurie Cussalli (714-532-7742 or email@example.com) The Leatherby Libraries Hall of Art regularly welcomes featuring exhibits from the Chapman community – faculty, staff, and
Do you have an artistic side that you’d like to share with your fellow Chapman community members? You can apply to be in the Leatherby Libraries’ Third Staff Art Exhibition from June 1 to August 25, 2015. The application deadline is Friday, May 8th , so get those creative juices flowing! We welcome both
Are you an art major looking for a place to showcase a series or project? Are you a budding artist who loves to paint or take photos in your free time? Do you have a talent in visual art in a medium we haven’t even seen yet? You might be exactly the person