A new exhibit opened Tuesday in Chapman University’s Guggenheim Gallery, taking viewers into a meticulous, obsessive world of art that seeks fresh ways to visualize and present the familiar. Called “Altered Appropriations: Making Strange,” the exhibit features works by Abigail Reynolds, Kim Rugg, Curtis Mann, Soo Kim, Ishmael Randall Weeks, Mickey Smith and Peter Wegner. Read More!
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Second-year War and Society graduate student Gianni Barbera (pictured, far left) recently represented Chapman University at the Rocky Mountain Interdisciplinary History Conference. The conference was held at the University of Colorado Boulder and brought in top scholars and graduate students from across the nation. Gianni served on a panel titled “Leveraging Identity and Fighting to Belong”