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WOMEN OF THE WORLD

March 30, 2017 12:41 PM
WOMEN OF THE WORLD

New exhibit spotlights Laney student Adrienne Miller’s globe-trotting photography Laney College student Adrienne Miller’s brilliant portrait photos from Siberia and the Far East are on display through May 20 in the Laney Photography Department in A-185. Miller is from Burbank, north of Los Angeles. So why did she travel the world and photograph humanity so far from home? “I think definitely in my twenties I was restless, and I think that I did not love Los Angeles,” Miller said. “I was trying to find my own sense of home. I traveled far and wide to find what home felt like […]

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Japanese internment explored in ‘Blossoms and Thorns’

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Japanese internment explored in ‘Blossoms and Thorns’

Just before Pearl Harbor was attacked, Flora Ninomiya’s family had established a cut-flower business in Richmond. As historian Howard Zinn put it, “One Congressman [Mississippi Democrat] John Rankin] said: ‘I’m for catching every Japanese in America, Alaska and Hawaii now and putting them in concentration camps…Damn them! Let’s get rid of them now!’” The film “Blossoms and Thorns” tells this story from many points of view, including those of families in California like Ninomiya’s who owned cut-flower businesses before incarceration. The history is harrowing. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 in February 1942, “giving the army the power… […]

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OPPRESSION AND ENTERTAINMENT

February 16, 2017 2:46 PM
OPPRESSION AND ENTERTAINMENT

Former Laney student Milton Bowens presents exhibit tackling issues Oakland artist and former Laney student Milton Bowens poses questions about African Americans in America with his new collection, “The Discovery of Urban Cotton Fields” featured at the June Steingart Gallery in the lobby of the Laney Administration Building. Bowens studied illustration while in the Army before finding a mentor and changing his focus to fine art and mixed medias when he met former Laney art professor David Bradford. Bowens is influenced by the styles and works of Jean Michel Basquiat, Robert Rauschenberg, Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, and Andy Warhol. Bowens […]

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EcoArt celebrates 10th anniversary

July 18, 2015 8:23 PM
EcoArt celebrates 10th anniversary

EcoArt celebrates its 10th anniversary at Laney College with two exhibitions in the June Steingart Gallery. The first show opens the first week of the fall semester. The show runs from August 25 to September 18. https://www.facebook.com/EcoArtMatters

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