Summer Camp

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Whether setting up a tent in a national forest or braiding friendship bracelets in mess hall, people connect with the notion of Summer and Camp in different ways. Inspired by the art of storytelling and the question, “what did you do this summer?” Summer Camp showcases process sketches and final artworks by contemporary illustrators.

 


 

On display at the 1888 Center from June 28, 2018 through August 29, 2018

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Credit: Polly Hung

 

conTEXT

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Two of the most powerful forms of expression are words and images. The artists exhibited in conTEXT combine the innate power of both to create their artworks. Juxtaposing the photographic image with text generates a new message uniquely their own. In collaboration with Santa Ana College.

 


 

On display at the 1888 Center from April 26, 2018 through May 30, 2018
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Credit: Daisy Monroy Lopez

Exploring the World of Philip K. Dick

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Exploring the World of Philip K. Dick showcases art based on four of the American science fiction writer’s most famous works: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, The Man in the High Castle, Minority Report, and The Three Stigmata of Palmer. This exhibit is in partnership with California State University, Fullerton students and alumni. Artists include Brittany Campbell, Aaron Chae, Cliff Cramp, Dominic Jaro, Garrett Kaida, and Katie Melrose.

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Things You Stop Seeing

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Paintings by Noah MacMillan influenced by Kevin Staniec’s novella And Then, This. Noah MacMillan is an artist, illustrator, designer and recent transplant to LA. Noah graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 2011 with a major in communication design.READ MORE

About the Author

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About The Author is a homage to classic writers. Students and alumni from Laguna College of Art and Design explore the art of portraiture with unique themes from the author’s stories.

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Covering the Classics

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Covering the Classics is an exhibition tribute to literature. Contemporary illustrators redesign the cover artwork of notable works of fiction, highlighting The Catcher in the Rye, Pride & Prejudice, 1984, among others.

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