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College Animates Exchange Program

College Animates Exchange Program

Laguna College of Art + Design’s animation program began hosting several students of Downey’s Warren High School, enabling both institutions to collaborate on real-world experiences in the animation industry. After program chair David Kuhn and Professor David Pruiksma recruited in Downey, 50 students visited the campus to view Chris Sander’s Original Art show. As a […]

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And the One Word That Describes Laguna Is. . .

And the One Word That Describes Laguna Is. . .

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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Power of Words Transforms Defaced Canyon Wall

Power of Words Transforms Defaced Canyon Wall

“Affirmation,” “Wisdom,” “Forgiven” and even “Levitation.” These words passersby, students and friends of Mia Tavonatti chalked onto a gray wall of the Laguna Canyon Winery, 2133 Laguna Canyon Road, this past Monday. After filling the entire wall, Tavonatti hosed off the evidence two days later at the urging of the city code enforcement’s officer in […]

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Art Walk Events

Art Walk Events

 Jeweler Showcases Artist-Made Wreaths   Silver Blue and Gold will host a preview show of the 2011 Shanti Wreath collection on World AIDS Day, Thursday Dec. 1, from 6 to 9 p.m. The reception, 1492 S. Coast Highway, will unveil eight original wreaths from the collection of 25. “We are excited about having Shanti Orange […]

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Gallery Row’s New Occupant Brings an Edge

Gallery Row’s New Occupant Brings an Edge

            “On the Edge: Statements in Black and White” is the title of the inaugural exhibition that marks the opening of the S Cube Gallery, a venue for contemporary art that replaces the former Rohrer Gallery that specialized, for the most part, in traditional art and antiques. In keeping with her goal to feature the […]

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Laguna Museum’s Annual Meeting Draws a Crowd

Laguna Museum’s Annual Meeting Draws a Crowd

  At least 200 interested visitors thronged the Laguna Art Museum last Tuesday when it broke with tradition this year by opening its annual membership meeting to the general public. At the top of the agenda was a preview of coming shows, a presentation of new museum acquisitions and financial figures for the past fiscal […]

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Rodin Chaser Assails LCAD’s Exhibit

Rodin Chaser Assails LCAD’s Exhibit

Florida printmaker and art dealer Gary Arseneau continues to earn his moniker “the Rodin chaser,” this time pursuing the record-setting Rodin exhibition at the Laguna College of Art and Design. Arseneau is a self-appointed sleuth hunting for forgeries among French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s (1840-1917) huge trove of bronze sculptures, much of which has been exhibited […]

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 Art Auction Raises $125,000 for College

Art Auction Raises $125,000 for College

Laguna College of Art & Design raised over $125,000 to benefit student programs and scholarships at the 22nd a nnual Collector’s Choice Fine Art Event and Auction on June 4 at the college’s campus. The sold-out event was attended by more than 420 people. Special guests in attendance included City Manager John Pietig and wife […]

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Redo Planned for Erased Mural

Redo Planned for Erased Mural

The Laguna College of Art and Design and Laguna Canyon Winery reached an agreement to replace the large mural eradicated in March by winery proprietor Marlowe J. Huber, who wanted to replace it with a sign for his business. The now gray expanse will be covered by another mural designed and executed by LCAD students […]

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How Green Is LCAD’s New Program?

How Green Is LCAD’s New Program?

Laguna College of Art & Design is launching Project GREEN (Green Restoration and Ecological Education Now), a new curriculum from coursework in the sciences. Funded by a grant from the Laguna Beach-based Marisla Foundation, this one-of-a-kind program goes outside the traditional campus “box” to push students toward making the environment and the community a better […]

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Expecting a Public Apology for Mural’s DestructionExpecting a Public Apology for Mural’s Destruction

Expecting a Public Apology for Mural’s DestructionExpecting a Public Apology for Mural’s Destruction

Editor,   Those who know me may think I’d be the last person to be writing this letter.  Frankly, I am surprised myself.  However, when I read about the loss of the LCAD mural this past week I was overcome with emotion. (“Mural Gone Missing Irks Artists,” March 25) I can only imagine my community […]

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Art Sale to Benefit Japan Relief Fund

Art Sale to Benefit Japan Relief Fund

Students, faculty and staff at Laguna College of Art & Design have joined forces to produce artwork for a benefit sale to aid the victims of the cataclysmic events in Japan, to be held on Sunday, April 3, at the main campus, 2222 Laguna Canyon Road.   LCAD artists of all levels and all majors […]

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Mural Gone Missing Irks Artists

Mural Gone Missing Irks Artists

Since 2003, a wall-sized mural created by Laguna College of Art and Design instructor Mia Tavonatti and her students brightened a building near the campus occupied by Laguna Canyon Winery.   During the last week of February, it suddenly disappeared under a thick coat of gray paint, a mystery that soon unraveled but provoked the […]

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Parade Pays Tribute to Returning Soldiers

Parade Pays Tribute to Returning Soldiers

Surfing school owner James Pribram and the Laguna College of Art and Design will roll in two new categories for the 45th annual Patriot’s Day Parade tomorrow, March 5, starting at 11 a.m. Commencing on Park Avenue, Laguna’s one-and-only parade will travel through the village business district, with a judges’ reviewing stand in front of […]

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LCAD Student Designs Winning Logo

LCAD Student Designs Winning Logo

The Rotary Club selected a fresh logo design for its upcoming Grapes for Grads fundraiser, a design by Laguna College of Art & Design junior Courtney Maya. She is to receive a $500 scholarship at the club’s noon meeting today, Friday, Feb. 11, at the Canyon Lodge American Grill, 31106 S. Coast Highway. The wine […]