The suspense ends Saturday, Jan. 28, with the public unveiling of the single word chosen from 1,100 words submitted by Laguna Beach residents to describe their hopes and aspirations for their city. This one powerful word will form the theme for a new mural produced by Laguna College of Art and Design students on the […]
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The Rotary Club of Laguna Beach selected a logo created by Laguna College of Art + Design graphic design major Charlene Chand that will represent the seventh Grapes for Grads event, on Sunday, April 29. The scholarship fundraiser with samples from 80 wineries benefit students enrolled at the art college and local high school. “I […]
Editor, This letter was addressed to Jim Beres, the police department’s civilian supervisor. I consider the light crossings at Oak and Coast Highway, Laguna College of Art & Design and Laguna Canyon Road, Viejo and Coast Highway, a cruel joke for pedestrians trying to cross highways at these locations. People have told me about close […]
Photos by Ted Reckas Expert and novice alike take advantage of the long-running stone carving class taught by master stone carvers and longtime college instructors Marvin Johnson and Joseph Sovella. At the Saturday sessions, held at Laguna College of Art & Design, 2222 Laguna Canyon Rd., students learn techniques using a variety of tools […]
An afternoon of chamber music and art at the Laguna College of Art & Design begins with the husband and wife duo of soprano Lauren Smith and violinist Chris Woods on Sunday, Oct. 2. The American Association of University Women, Laguna Beach branch sponsors this opening Laguna Beach Live! concert. Music begins in Studio 1 […]
Laguna College of Art & Design alumnus Adolph Soliz has illustrated a children’s book, “I am Flippish” written by local author Leslie Ryan. The book conveys a personal message from Soliz, who is Native American Indian and Mexican, for children of bi-racial parents. “Working on “I am Flippish’ actually helped me to accomplish one of […]
It’s that time again for No Square Theatre to stage “Lagunatics,” the popular spoof of the year’s issues that have wagged locals’ tongues: skateboarders bombing hills, illegal immigrant dragnets, kelp beds, the metamorphosis of the El Morro mobile home park into a campground, and nudity at the Pageant of the Masters, to name a few. […]