The installation of a 13-foot-tall bronze piece by USC faculty member Enrique Martínez Celaya heralds a re-imagining of the arts at the university.
They had to rethink how to connect with the public. Turns out “Botticelli on Zoom” and art talks from the couch might change the way Americans get their culture fix.
Art historian Lisa Pon is recognized for exploring Renaissance artist Raphael’s collaborations, while composer Nina C. Young is known for her genre-defying work.
With the design school’s galleries closed due to COVID-19, artist Josh Beliso got creative and took advantage of his family’s outdoor space.
USC art and design students build creative ties in the midst of L.A.’s Arts District.
Several years ago, L.A. artist Eric Junker created two pieces of art with simple, straightforward messages. In 2020, those messages ring truer than ever.
For the first time in its more than 80-year history, the USC Fisher Museum of Art has closed its doors. Yet the museums and galleries of USC remain conduits to the arts for many.
If you stop by USC’s Office of the Provost, you might see Brian Dinh’s oil paintings adorning the walls. They aren’t there by accident.
Ten students from across five of USC’s graduate arts programs are the latest members of a program that allows them to focus on their craft while exploring the Los Angeles artist community.
The evening — featuring music, dance and theatrical presentations, comedy, films and an art exhibition — was a signature event leading up to Friday’s inauguration of Carol L. Folt as USC president.