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Elizabeth Watkins

The Critic: ‘Oranges and Paper’ Is a Mixed Bag

Contemporary art tends to make headlines in one of two ways: either via "shock" art, or shockingly expensive art. "Shock" art was widely propagated...

We Like The Art, The Art That Goes Boom

THE CRITIC: "In The Manner of the Adverb" is part one of the MFA thesis show, and it showcases a partiality toward a clean, controlled aesthetic via drawings, paintings, film, photography and digital work. This spare visual sense is tempered with a conceptual intensity that informs the execution of each work, and fills the quiet space with potent references.

‘Be Kind, Rewind’ Isn’t ‘Science’

I wanted to love 'Be Kind, Rewind.' I adored Gondry's direction of Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet in the desperate, beautiful 'Eternal Sunshine of...

Dos, Two, Duo, Double

'Number Two,' the current exhibition for the second-year MFA students, is peppered with a variety of media and referential vocabulary. Multiple formats of presentation...

In the Blink of an Eye

As I watched my grandfather wither away from Alzheimer's over the last year of his life, and stories about victims of strokes and nerve...

Student Art: Albert Ok

While working as a waiter and training as a sushi chef to pay off student loans, fourth-year studio art major Albert Ok creates paintings...

Chemerinsky’s Challenge: The Race to Raise Finances

LAW SCHOOL: Poor estimates leave future Dean of UC Irvine's law school fretting over funds.

Lt. Gov. Calls for Fee Caps

TUITION: Lieutenant Governor John Garamendi calls for a tuition cap for UC and CSU students.

Big Joy Stick, Big Fun at the Beall Center

The Grand Text Auto show, currently at the Beall Center for Art and Technology, is a tactile experience running the gamut from freewheeling play...

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