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Working with the Digital Florentine Codex

May 13, 2024 by Dr. Amy Buono | News

Seeking to understand the rich artistic cultures of the Mexica (Aztec) civilization in Tenochtitlán, Dr. Amy Buono’s (Art) Art History class ­­––The Arts of Tenochtitlán-Mexico City (AH 323) –– embarked on a semester-long journey through the Florentine Codex, a Nahua manuscript that records Indigenous history and knowledge of sixteenth-century central Mexico. Researched for decades by

New Fiber Lab in Art Department

April 1, 2024 by | News

Lorena Ochoa, Studio Manager for the Art Department,oversees the Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture Labs in Moulton Hall. She recently launched the Fiber Lab – an artistic practice that spans a wide range of techniques, such as quilting, thread painting, weaving, and soft sculpture, usually to create works made of natural or synthetic fibers such as

From Our Eyes: The Warped Side of Our Universe

February 28, 2024 by Lisa Wong | News

This edition of From Our Eyes features Lisa Wong, (‘25, Broadcast Journalism and Documentary major and double minor in Chinese and Visual Journalism). Wong attended The Warped Side of Our Universe event which featured President Daniele Struppa moderating a conversation with Nobel Laureate in Physics Kip Thorne and Associate Professor of Art, Lia Halloran on

Excursion to the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens From Our Eyes:

January 24, 2024 by Natalie Teeter | News

This edition of From Our Eyes features Natalie Teeter, a rising junior pursuing a major in Strategic and Corporate Communication and minor in Studio Art. Teeter and a group of Wilkinson students and staff recently visited the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens to view their exceptional collection of Asian American artifacts. The trip

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

January 12, 2024 by Jessica Bocinski | News

As part of 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

Wilkinson College Design Contest Winners! 

December 12, 2023 by | News

Each fall semester the Wilkinson Student Advisory and Leadership Council runs a contest for Wilkinson College students to create a design for new Wilkinson stickers to distribute at college events and a student-designed Wilkinson-themed canvas tote to distribute on Earth Day. This year we were flooded with amazing artwork. Thank you to everyone that participated!

Celebrating First-Generation College Students

November 8, 2023 by | News

November 8 was National First-Generation College Day, honoring the Higher Education Act of 1965 and Chapman University celebrated first-gen students with a week-long list of events, helping to support them through study sessions, letter writing, food, and teaching them about the Promising Futures Program (PFP) at Chapman. As part of the celebration, the Voice of

Wilkinson Alum Honored with Award for Successful Career Career Corner

October 30, 2023 by Isabella Mahar | News

A successful career in the non-profit sector has garnered Natalie Reider (‘06 BA Art History) a 40 Under 40 award by the Irvine Chamber of Commerce. She has spent the past eight years working at Jamboree Housing Corporation, where she has worked her way up to Senior Vice President of Community Operations. The award recognizes

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