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2017
05
May
2017
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School of Arts Professor to Speak at CCAE

07
Feb
2017
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Grant Moves Arts Awareness Forward

07
Feb
2017
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CSUSM Artists Pair with Scripps Research Scientists in Exhibit Addressing Climate Change

02
Feb
2017
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Media Makers Series Announces Spring Lineup

28
Jan
2017
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'Black Violin' focuses on the Power of Music

2016
22
Nov
2016
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Operation Art Helps Healing Process

09
May
2016
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Owning Insecurities: What I Be Project Comes to CSUSM

09
May
2016
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CSUSM Student Multimedia Arts Exhibition “Prophecies & Oddities," May 13

25
Feb
2016
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Symposium to Create 21st Century Digital Drawing Curriculum

25
Jan
2016
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CSUSM Spring Event Series Showcases People, Culture and the Arts

2015
14
Dec
2015
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CSUSM Student Multimedia Arts Exhibition “Texture of Time," Dec. 15

21
Oct
2015
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Patterned Heritages Exhibit Now Open

08
Jul
2015
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Combining Art with Science to Quench a Thirsty Region

2014
27
Aug
2014
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Exhibit at San Diego International Airport Features CSUSM Artist’s Work

23
Mar
2014
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Whimsical Sculpture Brings Color and Sound to Campus

01
Mar
2014
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Student Art Showcase at the CSUSM Art Gallery, Mar. 14-Apr. 19

30
Jan
2014
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CSUSM Spring 2014 Library Exhibit: The Uterus Flag Project

29
Jan
2014
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Altered Landscape at the CSUSM Art Gallery, Jan. 31 - Mar. 7

2013
15
Nov
2013
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Student Solo Exhibit to Open at CSUSM Art Gallery, Nov. 15

07
Nov
2013
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CSUSM Presents Inaugural San Diego County American Indian Film Festival, Nov. 21-23

05
Sep
2013
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CSUSM Fall Library Exhibit and Panel Discussion Explores Mexico-U.S. Border

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