News / Events

Jim Morphesis Exhibition
January 30, 2018

Learn the inspiration and the narrative behind the works of Los Angeles-based artist Jim Morphesis at his Artist Lecture at the Kellogg University Art...

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Conversion Information Session
November 30, 2017

Find the session that fits with your status and learn about the customized semester conversion information for urban planning students.

AIGA-CPP
November 28, 2017

Meet this year's e-board and learn about the CPP student chapter of AIGA at a potluck-style picnic at the Engineering Meadow (the grass field in front of the Art Lockers and behind Building 9).

“Untitled” (1990) by Los Angeles-based artist Salomon Huerta
November 21, 2017

Alvaro Huerta, assistant professor of urban and regional planning and ethnic and women's studies, continues his ongoing dialogue about the Latin-American immigrant experience under the current political climate. His lecture is open to the ENV community, Cal Poly Pomona campus and the public....

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AIGA-CPP
November 20, 2017

Need a fresh set of eyes to look at your project? AIGA-CPP is hosting a peer critique, encouraging students to post work from their classes to receive feedback from fellow students. Gain exposure, get feedback, and make new connections. Open to all ENV majors. Free pizza for all participants....

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ENV Festival 2017. See the full lineup at https://env.cpp.edu/env/news/env-festival-2017
November 19, 2017

Cal Poly Pomona University Art Galleries Curator Michele Cairella-Fillmore will lead a tour of the Barnsdall Art Park and the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Attendees will have a chance to explore LAMAG’s “Condemned to be Modern,” an exhibition about buildings in Latin America. Bring a...

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Jim Morphesis at the Kellogg University Art Gallery
November 18, 2017

To date, Morphesis’ life work has represented not only a spiritual, but cognitive and ever personal journey of self-exploration –not only for the artist him-“self”, but as a study of humankind’s mutual self-examination. Traveling hand-in hand with historically religious uses of symbolism that...

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JIm Morphesis Exhibition
November 18, 2017

The Kellogg University Art Gallery's latest exhibition, "Jim Morphesis: Passion and Presence, Memento and Myth," kicks off with a reception at 2 p.m. and an Artist Talk at 3:30 p.m.

Morphesis’ works represent the spiritual, cognitive and personal journey confronts humankind’s inescapable...

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CPP-AIGA Presents: Monster Energy Tour
November 17, 2017

Join members of AIGA-CPP for a visit to Monster Energy headquarters in Corona. Spots are limited, reservations highly recommended. Free of charge to AIGA members. Non-members can sign up at:

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ENV Festival 2017. See the full lineup at https://env.cpp.edu/env/news/env-festival-2017
November 17, 2017

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory with visual strategist Dan Goods. The tour was arranged by Jenkins Shannon, ENV senior director of development. Space is limited to 20. RSVP at ...

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Francis Dean: The Art of Modern Landscape Architecture" at the Huntley Gallery
November 16, 2017

The Francis Dean archives have never before been opened. This extraordinary collaboration between the departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture brings the work and teaching of this pioneering landscape architect and professor to light. Learn about the founding partner of Eckbo, Dean...

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Rob Resella, Nov. 16 talk at Bldg. 7
November 16, 2017

Rob Resella ('04, graphic design), creative director and senior art director at Mirada Studios, returns to his alma mater for a special one-hour speaking engagement. Network, gain professional insight, and learn about his career highlights at the Los Angeles-based multiplatform storytelling...

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Book cover (2016), Rafael Cardenas
November 16, 2017

Alvaro Huerta, assistant professor of urban and regional planning and ethnic and women's studies, will co-moderate a discussion about art and the urban space featuring artists Salomon Huerta and Rafael Cardenas.

Salomon Huerta is a...

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ENV Festival 2017. See the full lineup at https://env.cpp.edu/env/news/env-festival-2017
November 9, 2017

Frank Villalobos (’70, architecture), president of Barrio Planners in East Los Angeles, comes back to ENV for a dialogue with Assistant Professor Alvaro Huerta who holds a joint appointment in the departments of urban and regional planning and ethnic and women’s studies.

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ENV Mixer
November 9, 2017

Take a (temporary) break from your deadlines! Meet and mingle with fellow students at the ENV Mixer, organized by the ENV Council and department student clubs. Grab a slice of pizza, relax to some music, and participate in a tshirt design charette.

Noir LA 2017
November 7, 2017

Last year’s “Noir L.A.” tour, with a busload full of ENV students and other urban adventurers and curiosity-seekers, provided a memorable night of unique experiences and insights about the nocturnal workings of a big city that most people take for granted because they happen during the middle of...

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Texas National Guard soldiers aid Houston residents in heavily flooded areas post-Hurricane Harvey. (U.S. Marine Corps)
November 6, 2017

ENV alumnus Bruce Arita ('77, architecture), forensic architect at Thornton Tomasei, has been in the thick of disaster-related crises including Hurricane Sandy and hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria. He oversees the firm's Property Loss Consulting practice, leading teams of highly skilled...

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Architecture Professor Kip Dickson will give the good, the bad and the ironic history of the CLA building.
November 3, 2017

The ephemera and mythology of the Antoine Predock-designed CLA (Classroom/Laboratory/Administration) Building will be addressed by architecture Professor Kip Dickson, who was here when the building was conceived, designed, built and inhabited. Meet for the tour at the bottom of the CLA...

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ENV Festival. Full line-up is listed at https://env.cpp.edu/env/news/env-festival-2017
November 2, 2017

Real estate developer Gustavo A. Durán (’71, urban and regional planning), president of GD Realty Investments, will share his 45 years of real estate development experience from the combined perspective of planners, developers, and architects. Catch his presentation and...

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Image courtesy of Walt Disney Imagineering
November 1, 2017

Attend an interdisciplinary panel discussing the ways in which the design disciplines shape and tell a narrative. Speakers include ENV alumnus Bob Weis (president of Walt Disney Imagineering), Frank Clementi (Rios Clementi Hale Studios), Professor Rennie Tang (Department of Landscape...

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Landscape architecture lecturer Keiji Uesugi will lead a walking tour of the Aratani Japanese Garden.
October 30, 2017

The Aratani Japanese Garden Tour, which is adjacent to the CLA building in the heart of the campus, is familiar to current and former students, faculty and staff. But few know the full story behind this idyllic spot and the philosophy behind the design. Join Keiji Uesugi, a lecturer in the...

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The Dance of Idealism and REalism in Environmental Design - Thursday, Oct. 26
October 26, 2017

Urban and regional planning Professor Richard Willson will host a workshop inspired by his latest book, A Guide for the Idealist...

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Learn how to #designthefuture at the ENV Open House
October 26, 2017

High school and community college students interested in careers in environmental design can attend an open house and learn about ENV undergraduate programs and meet faculty members and current students. RSVP at ...

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ENV Admissions Outreach Breakfast
October 26, 2017

The College of Environmental Design welcomes high school and community college teachers and counselors invited to learn about exciting opportunities for their students in the environmental design fields.  Hear from the chairs of Cal Poly Pomona’s departments of architecture, art, landscape...

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ENV Festival. See the full line-up at https://env.cpp.edu/env/news/env-festival-2017
October 22, 2017

Dean Michael Woo will lead a walking tour of Hollywood, starting with the Hollywood Farmers Market, now the largest certified farmers market in the City of Los Angeles. Woo helped to co-found the market in 1991. The tour will include other environmental design-related locations such as the...

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Union Bank Plaza, Los Angeles, ca. 1965. Drawing by Francis Dean, EDAW (Francis Dean Collection, ENV Special Collections)
October 19, 2017

“Francis Dean: The Art of Modern Landscape Architecture.” ENV Exhibition Preview. Learn about the founding partner of Eckbo Dean, Austin & Williams. An exhibition preview with a curator’s lecture by Dr. Lauren Bricker (Department of Architecture) and lecturer Keiji Uesugi (Department of...

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October 10, 2017

Professor Richard Willson's new book, A Guide for the Idealist: Launching and Navigating Your Planning Career has been published by Routledge. It is a must for young professionals seeking to put their idealism to work. Speaking to urban and regional planners and those in related fields, the book...

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A demonstration of environmental design on campus and throughout Southern California

Throughout October and November, the College of Environmental Design is organizing a series of events to collectively demonstrate to the world the diversity of issues and enterprises that highlight the work and interests of students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Thursday, Oct. 19,...

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Atrium, Building 7 interior

According to the Cal Poly Pomona’s Office of Admissions, more than 3,400 first-time freshmen and transfer students enrolled at the College of Environmental Design between 2008 and 2017. They came from public school districts and private schools, technical and performing arts academies, and...

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2017 Neutra medalist, Guy Nordenson, PE (Photo by Dominique Nabokov)
October 9, 2017

The Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona is proud to honor Guy Nordenson, professor of architecture and structural engineering at Princeton University's School of Architecture, with the Richard Neutra Award for Professional Excellence.

An award ceremony and special...

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Digital model of Aluminaire House by Albert Frey (Courtesy of Kyle Ng)
September 22, 2017

The craftsmanship of 20 architecture students from Professor Lauren Bricker’s ARC 499 Special Topic: California Architecture class from Spring 2017 is integrated into Albert Frey and Lina Bo Bardi: A Search for Living Architecture. The exhibition is exploration of the two architects’...

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September 23, 2017

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay...

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Please join us on Friday, September 22, 2017, 6PM - 9PM for FALL INTERIM 2017, the Department of Architecture's Interim Student Exhibit at Cal Poly Pomona with highlights from the Spring 2017 quarter. The event will be hosted by the AIAS; there will be...

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All lectures are open to the public and held in the IDC (Bldg 89) unless otherwise noted.

CANCELLED: September 25, 2017, 12pm: Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss. Pedro y Juana

October 9, 2017, 6pm: Guy...

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 Pedro&Juana, Archivo Pavilion (Photo: Ricardo Bernal)
September 23, 2017

Tu casa es mi casa brings together two modernist houses in Los Angeles and Mexico City in an exhibition that sees the exchange of narrative texts, industrial objects, and installations by contemporary architects/artists, in a bid to answer questions about architectural...

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Don B. Huntley Gallery presents the University Permanent Collection. On display through Oct. 5. (Photo by Socrates Medina)
May 22, 2017

Panoramic scenes of the Wild West. Iconic toys. Working drawings by revered architects.

Entrusted with thousands of cultural artifacts and documents, the College of Environmental Design is the keeper of rarities valued by students, scholars and practitioners of the design disciplines....

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June 7, 2017

Location: 7-217
Second-Year Graduate Students

The Environmental analysis studio emphasizes reformulating a multi-use planning/design project in urban, suburban or rural areas in Southern California and beyond that were previously approved or pending for approval. The student teams...

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June 7, 2017

Location: RMC Headquarter 100 Old San Gabriel Canyon Rd, Azusa, CA 91702
Third-Year Graduate Students

Collective Efforts is a partnership between the Cal Poly Pomona Department of Landscape Architecture 606 Studio, the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy (RMC), and the Conservation...

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Shoshone Pool
June 7, 2017

LA 103L: Final Review

The students and faculty of LA 103L, Basic Landscape Design, would like to invite you to the final review of the work of their studio: Swimming in Process.  These first-year design students are excited to share their projects and insights into...

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June 5, 2017

Location: Covina City Hall
Project: Urban Connections in Covina
Faculty: Phil Pregill pnpregill@cpp.edu

June 5, 2017

Project: Revealing the Anza Trail in Griffith Park, Los Angeles
Faculty: Glenn T. Matsui gtmatsui@cpp.edu

Friends of Cal Poly Pomona Landscape Architecture!

The students and faculty of Cal Poly Pomona, College of Environmental Design invite you to our CPPLA 2017 final reviews. Our final review process is intended to advance the dialog of landscape and underscore its importance within our...

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May 23, 2017

A special invitation to outside industry professionals to view graduating seniors’ graphic design portfolios, projects, and motion graphics presentations with exposure to potential job opportunities being offered. 6-9 p.m., Kellogg University Art Gallery

Poly-Kroma 2017
May 22, 2017

Graduating Art History students present abstracts of their final thesis papers, while external jurors from the fields of fine arts and graphic design/illustration award honors to top 2D/3D entries. 6-9 p.m., awards and commemorations at 7:30 p.m., Kellogg University Art Gallery...

Poly-Kroma 2017
May 22, 2017

Poly-Kroma 2017, celebrating Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design on campus with its 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition, Art History Papers Presentation and Industry Night - a senior Graphic Design exhibition presented concurrently at the Kellogg University Art Gallery. These exhibitions feature...

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May 11, 2017

Date: 7PM, Friday, May 26

Place: Pomona Valley Mining Company (1777 Gillette Rd., Pomona, CA 91768)

For more information and the ticket, please contact APSA board members (if you are a student) or contact URP Alumni Association President, Manny Munoz, ...

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May 27, 2017

Please join the Department of Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona (CPPLA) as we celebrate 60 years of landscape architecture education, leadership and change in Southern California!  

This Saturday event is FREE for the whole CPPLA family. Alumni are...

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60th Anniversary Banner
May 19, 2017

Celebrating 60 bravely curious years of Landscape Architecture education, leadership and change.

As part of the 60th anniversary celebrations for Cal Poly Pomona’s Department of Landscape Architecture, we would like to invite alumni and friends of the...

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U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff chats with Dion Neutra, eldest son of Richard Neutra.

Architect Richard Neutra’s Silver Lake home receives National Historic Landmark Designation

 LOS ANGELES, Calif. (April 23, 2017) – U.S. Representative Adam Schiff (CA-28th District) on Sunday attended as the guest of...

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April 20, 2017

ENV Speed Mentoring will hold its Spring Quarter 2017 program at the Building 7 Courtyard.

Undergraduate and graduate students will have the chance to meet principals, creative managers and industry professionals from ENV's alumni...

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Pomona, CA, March 28, 2017— The Cal Poly Pomona Department of Art has been selected to receive the installation of an active learning classroom through the Active...

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March 30, 2017

Date: Friday, April 14 (7 pm)

Place: The Rookery Alehouse and Grill (117 W 2nd St., Pomona, CA 91766)

Fridays @ Noon in the IDC, Building 89

April 07, 2017: Andrea Lenardin Madden, a l m project 

April 14, 2017: Barbara Bestor, Bestor Architecture

April 21, 2017: James Mary O’Connor, moore...

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March 29, 2017

Please join us for SPRING INTERIM 2017, the Department of Architecture's Interim Student Exhibit at Cal Poly Pomona with highlights from the Winter 2017 quarter. 

SPRING INTERIM 2017 @ CAL POLY POMONA
Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 6PM - 9PM...

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Dr. Lisa Schweitzer

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning (URP) cordially invites you to attend Margarita McCoy Seminar and Scholarship Award Ceremony. With generous donations from the McCoy family and other donors, URP department is pleased to select the first recipient of the Margarita P. McCoy...

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Artist Lecture: Salomon Huerta
April 18, 2017

Internationally acclaimed, Los Angeles-based painter, Salomon Huerta will discuss how the creative process is linked with one's identity and surroundings. Raised in East LA’s Ramona Gardens housing projects, Huerta received a full scholarship to attend the Art Center College of Design in...

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About Face: Opening Reception
March 4, 2017

Meet the artists whose works take center stage at the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery. An artists' talk with Justin Bower, Rebecca Campbell, Salomon Huerta and Roni Stretch concludes the opening day festivities at 4 p.m. The event is open and free to the public.

Margarita P. McCoy (1923 - 2016)
March 2, 2017

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning (URP) is pleased to announce the establishment of the Margarita P. McCoy Scholarship in Urban Planning.  The scholarship honors the legacy of Margarita P. McCoy by supporting and encouraging students in urban and regional planning. Thanks to the...

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February 18, 2017

Eight Professional Electives offered in Spring 2017

March 30, 2017

Cal Poly Pomona’s Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invite you to Firm Day 2017. This event is specifically designed to connect you and your firm with our students! Firm Day is an opportunity to present...

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Archinect presents Next Up: Floating Worlds at the Neutra VDL on Saturday, March 4!

For the fourth iteration of Archinect’s live podcasting series Next Up, they're taking a look at potential roles for architecture in the contemporary neoliberal political economy, with a focus on...

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ENV Open House
March 4, 2017

Learn how students can design the future at the College of Environmental Design's Open House!

Take a sample studio tour,...

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Thursday March 30, 2017
ARC/LA Firm Day @ Cal Poly Pomona
We train them, you hire them!

Cal Poly Pomona’s Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invite you to CPP ARC / LA Firm Day 2017. An event specifically designed to...

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Congratulations to students of CPP_ARC and their professors for works accepted to the CPP Student RCSA Conference Friday, March 3rd, 2017...
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ENV Speed Mentoring, Winter 2017

POMONA, Calif. (Jan. 26, 2017) –  How should a graphic designer pitch their services to an architecture firm?

Interview strategy dominated conversations at Thursday’s ENV Speed Mentoring session, a quarterly program that pairs undergraduate and graduate...

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February 7, 2017

The Cal Poly Pomona community and the public are invited to mingle with the featured artists/faculty from the Department of Art to celebrate the success of the 2016 Art Faculty Show.

Winter 2017 Lecture Series Poster

UWE RIEGER, UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND, January 13th
RONALD RAEL, RAEL-SAN FRATELLO January 20th (with CPP Landscape Architecture)
REBECCA RUDOLPH, DESIGN, BITCHES February 3rd
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January 19, 2017

The RELM (Melendrez) office is proud to sponsor a mixer for ASLA SoCal landscape architects. 

Please come to this informal event to meet up with colleagues and learn how you can help to make this year’s Annual Meeting a great success.  
There will be...

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January 20, 2017

 

CPPLA in collaboration with CPP ARC Presents RONALD RAEL or  RAEL-SAN FRATELLO


 


ABOUT

Ronald Rael, B.Envd; University of Colorado, M.Arch; Columbia University

Ronald...

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Richard Scott
January 19, 2017

Come hone your drawing skills and help CPPLA celebrate our past, mark our present and commemorate our history! The department of Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona is celebrating 60 years of landscape architecture education, leadership and change in Southern California. In recognition of...

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January 18, 2017

The department of Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona is celebrating 60 years of landscape architecture education, leadership and change in Southern California.  In recognition of this milestone, CPPLA has organized a series of events across 2017 to help celebrate our past, mark our...

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Neutra VDL House (Image courtesy of David Hartwell)

POMONA, Calif. (Jan. 11, 2017) – U.S Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell today announced the designation of two pioneering structures designed by master modernist architect Richard Neutra among the last round of 24 new national historic landmarks named by the...

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January 5, 2017

The Dale Prize 2017 winners were selected. Mr. Donald J. Waldie, the former deputy city manager of Lakewood, CA, has won the Practitioner Prize and Dr. Dowell Myers, professor at USC, has won the Scholar Prize. With the theme, "Southern California Suburbs: Looking Forward and Looking Backward",...

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Art Faculty Art Show at the Kellogg University Art Gallery. Dec. 5, 2016-Feb. 9, 2017.
February 7, 2017

What fuels the creative juices of the Art Department faculty are on display at the eponymous exhibition at the W. Keith and Janet  Kellogg University Art Gallery.

The show runs through Thursday, Feb. 9. A pre-closing ceremony will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 4-8 p.m....

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Dessert with the Dean - Winter 2017
February 2, 2017

Join Dean Michael Woo at the Building 2 Courtyard during U-hour. Grab a cookie and coffee, catch up on the quarter's goings-on, and to get informed on upcoming events and ENV developments.

Bia Gayotto: Prequel to 2018

Los Angeles-based artist Bia Gayotto wraps up the Prequel to 2018 series at the Don B. Huntley Gallery, concluding a trilogy of exhibitions that showcase art at the intersection of science and technology.

Opening Reception: Saturday. Jan. 14, 2017,  3-6...

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Bia Gayotto: Prequel to 2018
January 14, 2017

Los Angeles-based artist Bia Gayotto wraps up the Prequel to 2018 series at the Don B. Huntley Gallery, concluding a trilogy of exhibitions that showcase art at the intersection of...

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ENV Speed Mentoring
January 26, 2017

Back by popular demand, ENV Speed Mentoring will hold its Winter Quarter program in the Atrium of Building 7.

Undergraduate and graduate students will have the chance to meet principals, creative managers and industry professionals...

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Richard Scott
January 5, 2017

$10 per workshop; food will be included

Space for these workshops will be limited! Each of these workshops will have space for 50 students - 21 spaces (7 per year level) for Grads and 28 spaces for undergrads (7 per year level). 

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Pablo La Roche lecturing to students in his design studio

Prof. Pablo La Roche's Winter Topic Studio was one of seven studios selected to participate in the pilot phase of the 2030 Curriculum Project, Architecture 2030’s initiative to ‘fully integrate lessons in energy use, emissions, and resiliency into the widest possible range of projects and topic...

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2nd Year models
January 4, 2017

You are cordially invited to the Department of Architecture's INTERIM STUDENT EXHIBIT, featuring a selection of student work from Fall Quarter 2016.

The exhibition is being organized and hosted by our student club AIAS. There will also be food, drinks, and a raffle.

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To more fully understand how the relationship between Practice and Academia functions, Archinect spoke to Sarah Lorenzen, chair of California State Polytechnic University,...

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The Department of Architecture at the College of Environmental Design has made the DesignIntelligence list of the Top 25 undergraduate and graduate architecture programs in the country for the fourth year in a row. The Department of Architecture’s excellence (and top ten status) was...

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ENV Peer Mentors Presents: The Stress Management Workshop
November 21, 2016

Stay cool under pressure! ENV Peer Mentors will hold a free stress management workshop open to all ENV majors in Bldg. 7-212.

Dean Michael Woo teaches ENV499 in Fall 2016.

There are no lulls in a college dean’s calendar. Dean Michael Woo’s itinerary regularly devotes time to student life. Below are the highlights of his activities this quarter:

Class Ties. Dean Woo teaches ENV499, a special topics course for upper-division students. The...

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November 16, 2016

ENV Peer Mentors will host "Designed to be a Pro: The Professionalism Workshop" in the Gallery on the first floor of Building 7.

This will be an interactive workshop on how...

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Carme Pinós, recipient of the 2016 Neutra Award for Professional Excellence.

POMONA, Calif. (Nov. 14, 2016) – The Department of Architecture and College of Environmental Design on Monday night honored Spanish architect Carme Pinós, the first female recipient of the Richard Neutra Award for Professional Excellence.

She joins the ranks of notable...

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Professor Rick Willson FAICP wrote URP students the attached message concerning planning responses to the recent election.

Dr. Alvaro Huerta, an Assistant Professor in the the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Ethnic and Women's Studies departments won the 2016 Edward Blakely Award. The award was give at the meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning conference meeting in Portland,...

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Alternative Transportation Conference Schedule
November 17, 2016

Cal Poly Pomona's Alternative Transportation Conference is jointly organized by ASI and Students for Quality Education (SQE) with support from the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) and the College of Environmental Design (ENV).

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November 15, 2016

Stop by the ENV Gallery in Building 7 for a free workshop about maximizing your internship experience. The event is free and open to all ENV majors.

Dessert with the Dean
November 16, 2016

Rub elbows with Dean Michael Woo and snack on sweets at Dessert with the Dean, hosted this quarter at the Interim Design Center (Bldg. 89). This is a great opportunity to catch up with the ENV community about the quarter's goings-on, to pitch questions one-on-one...

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ENV Open House
November 22, 2016

The College of Environmental Design invites undeclared majors, high school and community college students, area academic counselors, family and friends for a full day of activities and tours.

Get to know ENV's nationally ranked programs and impactful work in the areas of design, social...

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Pomona Unified School District Counselor Lorraine Canales browses ENV literature and buttons at the Dean's Outreach Breakfast.

POMONA (Nov. 4, 2016) - Dean Michael Woo today hosted the College of Environmental Design’s first Outreach Breakfast. The event is part of ENV’s November Campaign, a multi-pronged initiative to increase the regional visibility of the college’s allied design programs to...

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POMONA (Oct. 31, 2016) - On behalf of ENV, Dean Michael Woo has agreed to be a signer of the White House Educators Commitment on Resilient Design...

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Being ENVolved
November 2, 2016
ENV Peer Mentors invites all students to their workshop,"Being ENVolved" this Wednesday, November 2, 2016....
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October 28, 2016

This workshop is a must for ENV students. Learn helpful tips from ENV Peer Mentors about developing an Individual Academic Plan if you wish to graduate before Cal Poly Pomona's 2018 Semester Conversion, or...

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Enjoy an evening with fellow Cal Poly Pomona URP Alumni at Bar Celona, 46 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena, CA on October 23, from 7:00 to 10:00 PM. See attachment for more information! Bar Celona is a modern Spanish tapas bar in the heart of Old Pasadena.

Logo Design Competition
October 18, 2016

As part of the department’ effort to celebrate the anniversary and encourage to spread the words, the department wants to have a logo that represents the identity of URP at CPP and celebrates its 50th year anniversary. The logo will be added to the advertising materials for the event such as...

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Spanish architect Carme Pinós will be the first woman to receive the Neutra Award for Professional Excellence, the annual honor bestowed to groundbreaking practitioners by the College of Environmental Design and Department of Architecture. The award ceremony and a special lecture will be held on...

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ENV Speed Mentoring
October 27, 2016

ENV's Speed Mentoring Program will hold its Fall Quarter session at the Building 7 Courtyard during U-hour. Students will have the chance to meet 20 professionals in the design field. Each 3-minute rotation will provide opportunities to ask for career advice, professional...

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October 12, 2016

The ENV Student Success & Advising Center opens its doors this fall. Swing by throughout the day to enjoy light refreshments, meet the ENV Peer Mentors, and to learn what ENV's latest resource center has to offer.

October 13, 2016

The College of Environmental Design celebrates the launch of the ENV Young Alumni Group, Cal Poly Pomona's first college-wide alumni organization for recent graduates as well as graduates from earlier cohorts. Mix and mingle with former classmates, forge new connections, and get to know ENV's...

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URP author Rick Willson's books are on sale at Island Press, along with all their other titles, for limited time. Willson's books include Parking Management for Smart Growth (2015) and Parking Reform Made Easy (2013). Sale ends September 30.

Photo credit: James Rojas

The Dept. of Urban & Regional Planning (URP)and Ethnic & Women’s Studies (EWS) Dept. proudly present:

Symposium on Latina/o Urbanism

Date: Thursday, October 20, 2016...

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Professor Rick Willson is working on a book about how to launch and navigate your planning career. The book won't come out for about a year, but in the meantime he is writing a series of twice-monthly blog posts on the topic for APA. Here's the first one...Comments and reactions welcome!...

The California Homebuilding Foundation (CHF) is offering total $5,000 of scholarship funding, which can be allocated up to five students. Students whose GPA is 3.0 or higher are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Students who are interested in the scholarship must submit...

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We are please to announce that Dr. Do Kim assumed the position of Chair of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the beginning of Fall 2016. Dr. Courtney Knapp is serving as Graduate Coordinator. We look forward to their leadership as the department moves to implement its new...

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October 13th: Taco Fundraiser - Location: Campus Grounds
October 20th: Halloween Potluck - Location: TBD
November 5th: Forma Companies sponsored Design Completion -Location: Costa Mesa
November 8th: Catalytic Communities Lecture Series...

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September 24, 2016

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay...

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The Department of Architecture offers a variety of professional electives every quarter covering topics such as advanced structures, material research, architecture history/theory, representation strategies, digitsl fabrication, robotics, and urban studies. These electives are open to 4th and...

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Topic studios are advanced design studios focused on a particular building typology or method of working. Studios are open to 4th and 5th year architecture undergraduates and 3rd year grads. Topic Studio presentations by faculty and the studio lottery will take place on Friday, September 23rd...

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Adam Ballard Competition Poster 1

Adam Ballard has won Honorable Mention (one of 5 awards given) at the ACSA Preservation by Provocation Competition for his entry "Intermediary, Modulator, Lens."

The 2015-16 Preservation as Provocation, International Student Design Competition challenged students and multi-...

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Article in the CSU website about the great work being done by Cal Poly Pomona and SLO alums:

"California has always served as a site of inspiration and experimentation for some of the most creative architects ever to work at a drafting board. Now, those trained at the California State...

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Untitled, Salomon Huerta, 2000
August 25, 2016

Date: Thursday, August 25, 2016

Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Location:Self-Help Graphics & Art

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About the Book: Recent technological developments in biology, computation, cybernetics, engineering, industrial design, materials, and robotics allow architecture to evolve beyond static functionality and become an active participant—with the capacity to perceive, react to, and connect—...

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The Farnsworth House (1945-51, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. NHL) in Plano, IL., is a steel framed house originally built for Dr. Edith Farnsworth and now a historic site under the care of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Please join us in congratulating Architecture Professor Luis Hoyos for his presidential appointment to serve on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
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All department meeting in the IDC
September 23, 2016

All faculty and students will meet on Friday September 23rd 2016 in the IDC.

Meeting will be used to introduce faculty and to go over architecture departmetn policies.

August 4, 2016

Beloved URP professor emerita Margarita McCoy died on March 31, 2016 at age 92. Margarita was a pioneer for women in the urban planning field. She was one of the first in the nation to hold a tenure-track position in planning and the first female full professor of planning in the United States,...

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Second year architecture studio models and drawings
September 23, 2016

You are cordially invited to join us for the Department of Architecture's INTERIM STUDENT EXHIBIT, featuring highlights of the Spring 2016 Quarter's student work. The exhibition is organized and hosted by CPP AIAS (the architecture student club) and curated by...

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July 11, 2016

The Passive and Low Energy Architecture Association (PLEA), Cal Poly Pomona, the University of Southern California and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo are bringing the PLEA international conference to the United States for the first time since PLEA’s 1982 inauguration.

PLEA...

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PolyKroma 2016
June 11, 2016

Friends and family of student artists featured in Poly-Kroma 2016's Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design Seniors exhibition get a special weekend to check out the Poly-Kroma exhibition at the Kellogg University Art Gallery.

PolyKroma 2016
June 9, 2016

A special night is devoted for the friends and family of the students featured in the 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition at the Gallery. It is shown simultaneously with the Senior Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design design...

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PolyKroma 2016: Industry Night at the Kellogg University Art Gallery.
May 24, 2016

Students get an opportunity to showcase their best works in branding/logo creation, motion graphics and other graphic design portfolios to industry professionals.

Senior Fine Art Show/Art History Papers
May 23, 2016

Opening Receptions for 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition, the Fine Art Senior Show, and Art History Papers Presentation is Monday, May 23 from 6-9pm. Fine Art/Art History Commemorations from 7:30-9pm at the Kellogg Gallery.

PolyKroma 2016: 2D3D Juried Exhibition at the Huntley Gallery.
May 23, 2016

2D3D Juried Art Exhibition is an annual juried student exhibition, featuring art and graphic design by students at all academic levels. Jurors include experts in the fields of fine art and graphicdesign/illustration. 

Winning designs will be honored at the 2D3D Awards Reception, scheduled...

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February 27, 2016

The Weglyn Endowed Chair for Multicultural Studies and the Kellogg University Art Gallery are proud to sponsor the exhibitions of Laura Kina and Viet Le. Their artworks highlight the nuanced nature of ...

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February 27, 2016

The Weglyn Endowed Chair for Multicultural Studies and the Kellogg University Art Gallery are proud to sponsor the exhibitions of Laura Kina and Viet Le. Their artworks highlight the nuanced nature of ...

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November 30, 2015

The Guild of Book Workers invited all its members to participate in this 2015-­‐2017 traveling juried exhibition, Vessel. The ‘book as vessel’ inspires beautiful metaphor -­‐ a craft for traveling, a container, a...

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September 26, 2015

Chinese-­‐born David Jang combines repurposed material with engineering and design to create monumental, humorous and thought-­‐provoking sculpture. Jang is considered one of the fastest up-­‐and-­‐coming young artists, garnering nation-­‐wide attention.

 

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September 26, 2015

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet...

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May 20, 2015

PolyKroma 2015, celebrating Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design on campus with its 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition at The Huntley Gallery, AND the Fine Art Senior Shows, Art History Papers...

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May 21, 2015

PolyKroma 2015, celebrating Fine Arts, Art History and Graphic Design on campus with its 2D3D Juried Art Exhibition at The Huntley Gallery, AND the Fine Art Senior Shows, Art History Papers...

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January 17, 2015

This exhibition’s title, Abstract Mystique pays homage to Betty Friedan’s legendary 1963 book, The Feminine Mystique, widely credited with sparking the beginning of second-­‐wave feminism in  the United States. Spanning three generations, this exhibition...

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January 17, 2015

This exhibition’s title, Abstract Mystique pays homage to Betty Friedan’s legendary 1963 book, The Feminine Mystique, widely credited with sparking the beginning of second-­‐wave feminism in  the United States. Spanning three generations, this exhibition...

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January 17, 2015

Mathematics, geometry, technology, graphic design, color theory, art, history, philosophy, spirituality, harmony, balance, transcendence… these are just a few words that not only describe, but symbiotically function in unison to define the artwork of Joan Kahn. Upon first...

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January 17, 2015

athematics, geometry, technology, graphic design, color theory, art, history, philosophy, spirituality, harmony, balance, transcendence… these are just a few words that not only describe, but symbiotically function in unison to define the artwork of Joan Kahn. Upon first...

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February 4, 2009

On February 4th, 2009, Dale Prize Practitioner S. Gail Goldberg and Dale Prize Scholar Stephen M. Wheeler led a stimulating discussion about the urgency for change and how change can be accomplished at the local level.

February 5, 2009

Cost is $30/person. Please RSVP by January 30th to Nydia Gutierrez (909) 869-2688.

Fall 2016 Lecture Series
October 7th
Jim Jennings 
 
October 21st
Hadrian Predock...
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November 10, 2014

This exhibition showcases art and graphic work by the Cal Poly Pomona Art Department Faculty. This year’s participating artists include: Anthony Acock, Gina Lawson-­‐Egan, Melissa Flicker, Joyce Hesselgrave, Raymond Kampf, Alyssa Lang, Crystal Yachin Lee, Babette Mayor, Sarah...

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September 13, 2014

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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September 13, 2014

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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September 27, 2014

Reminiscent of artists like Isamu Noguchi, David Nash, Giuseppe Penone and Martin Puryear, Fred Rose captures a spectrum of traditions in wood from utilitarian woodwork to carved and assembled wood sculpture. He delightfully engages the viewer with a variety of intriguing...

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September 27, 2014

Reminiscent of artists like Isamu Noguchi, David Nash, Giuseppe Penone and Martin Puryear, Fred Rose captures a spectrum of traditions in wood from utilitarian woodwork to carved and assembled wood sculpture. He delightfully engages the viewer with a variety of intriguing...

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Rick Willson’s new book, Parking Reform Made Easy, was published by Island Press in June 2013.  Mitchell Sliver, President of the American Planning Association and Chief Planning and Development Officer in Raleigh North Carolina, said the following in a review… “Finally, a comprehensive...

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July 12, 2014

Collage as a concept can take many forms. To build, to develop, to transform—these ideas are inherent in collage but can manifest themselves in various ways. Zver’s collages include mixed media paper-­‐based works, wood constructions, wall reliefs and freestanding sculpture. His...

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The Department of Architecture is delighted to announce that Robert Alexander will join the faculty as an Assistant Professor Design and Digital Instruction in September.

Robert Alexander, principal of BobCat Studio BobCat Website was born and raised...

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May 22, 2014

 

Poly-­‐Kroma 2014, celebrates the Fine Arts, Art History & Graphic...

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March 8, 2014

This grouping of solo artists is all about color, form and abstraction. Each artist works predominantly, but not exclusively with abstraction. All of them draw from various personal experiences and, in their own way, add to the continuum of recent art history. Unlike the past, when abstraction...

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March 8, 2014

This grouping of solo artists is all about color, form and abstraction. Each artist works predominantly, but not exclusively with abstraction. All of them draw from various personal experiences and, in their own way, add to the continuum of recent art history. Unlike the past, when abstraction...

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January 11, 2014

Ann Bingham-­‐Freeman, Kerry Kugelman, Meriel Stern and Jamie Sweetman each utilize organic processes in the creation of their works, which uniquely unifies them in this series of four solo exhibits. Bingham-­‐Freeman pr oduces sculpture, drawings, paintings and prints, often...

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November 9, 2013

This exhibition Charles Fredrick: A Retrospective comprises over 100 works in the media of drawing, painting, and sculpture, as well as an artist’s journal. The collection spans four decades of work, from 1974 until 2013, in an expansive and comprehensive retrospective...

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September 21, 2013

Ink & Clay is an annual competitive exhibition of prints, drawings and ceramics sponsored by Cal Poly Pomona’s

W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery and the James Jones Foundation. 2013 marks the 39th year for this juried exhibition. This year,...

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June 15, 2013

Poly-­‐Kroma showcases Cal Poly Pomona Art and Design excellence in order to promote, network & recruit in the...

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June 13, 2013

Poly-­‐Kroma showcases Cal Poly Pomona Art and Design excellence in order to promote, network & recruit in the...

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June 11, 2013

Poly-­‐Kroma showcases Cal Poly Pomona Art and Design excellence in order to promote, network & recruit in the...

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June 7, 2013

Poly-­‐Kroma showcases Cal Poly Pomona Art and Design excellence in order to promote, network & recruit in the...

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May 23, 2013

While the region’s postwar residential architecture is highly celebrated, less recognized are the innovations in construction technology and materials that made such developments possible. Cal Poly Pomona explores the link between new building techniques and pioneering modern design in several...

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May 18, 2013

While the region’s postwar residential architecture is highly celebrated, less recognized are the innovations in construction technology and materials that made such developments possible. Cal Poly Pomona explores the link between new building techniques and pioneering modern design in several...

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May 11, 2013

While the region’s postwar residential architecture is highly celebrated, less recognized are the innovations in construction technology and materials that made such developments possible. Cal Poly Pomona explores the link between new building techniques and pioneering modern design in several...

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July 11, 2013

Join photographer Douglas McCulloh as he presents a slide lecture on the principle jus publicum and the establishment of the Public Trust Doctrine.

February 15, 2013

Join participating artist, Dee Williams for a discussion on the conceptualization of history in urban planning, and its capitalist consequences. William's photographs for this exhibition read advertising within the Los Amgeles urbanscape from a post-structuralist perspective. Focusing on a...

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February 28, 2013

Join photographer and Carte de California: Contested Terrain artist Julie Shafer as she shares history on the creation of her project, Conquest of the Vertical. Shafer will also share her process with uis as well as utilizing journal entries from her ambitious outdoor shoots in very...

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January 6, 2013

Since 1953, artists and art lovers in the greater San Gabriel Valley have gathered together as members of Mid-Valley Arts League (MVAL) to learn from each other and become more skilled in their craft. MVAL incorporated in 1959, and is a nonprofit organization. There are currently over 175...

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December 15, 2012

With over 100 works spanning the years of 1986 to 2010, this exhibition includes Merrill’s impressive large-­‐scale woodcuts from 2004-­‐2010, densely inked color intaglio and relief prints, plus a selection of intimate Holiday cards printed for friends and family. Merrill investigated—with...

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December 15, 2012

With over 100 works spanning the years of 1986 to 2010, this exhibition includes Merrill’s impressive large-­‐scale woodcuts from 2004-­‐2010, densely inked color intaglio and relief prints, plus a selection of intimate Holiday cards printed for friends and family. Merrill investigated—with...

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November 11, 2012

With over 100 works spanning the years of 1986 to 2010, this exhibition includes Merrill’s impressive large-­‐scale woodcuts from 2004-­‐2010, densely inked color intaglio and relief prints, plus a selection of intimate Holiday cards printed for friends and family. Merrill investigated—with...

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October 24, 2012

This exhibition showcases work by the Cal Poly Pomona Art Department Faculty. Participating artists include: Gina-Lawson- Egan, Eileen Fears, Melissa Flicker, Charles Frederick, Joseph Hannibal, Joyce Hesselgrave, David Hylton, Raymond Kampf, Crystal Yachin Lee, Babette Mayor,...

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October 24, 2012

This exhibition showcases work by the Cal Poly Pomona Art Department Faculty. Participating artists include: Gina-Lawson- Egan, Eileen Fears, Melissa Flicker, Charles Frederick, Joseph Hannibal, Joyce Hesselgrave, David Hylton, Raymond Kampf, Crystal Yachin Lee, Babette Mayor,...

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February 9, 2013

Carte de California: Contested Terrain features artists who explore California's landscapes, which were surveyed and plundered concurrent with the development of photography and the rise of popular image reproduction techniques like the carte-de-viste and stereo-card. Works in the...

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January 13, 2012

Embodied is a diverse exhibition featuring ten years of work by Los Angeles based artist Kent Anderson Butler. Titled: Embodied, the show is a selection of video, still documentation and photography that the artist uses to explore his own body through mental and...

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January 22, 2011

Spectrum brings together 12 contemporary artists whose work employs color as a significant or defining element. Participating artists include: Alison Rash, Whitney Hanlon, Quinton Bemiller, Patrick Craig Manning...

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May 22, 2010

The Senior Show showcases work by graduating fine art seniors. The students featured in this year’s exhibition are: Lovelyn Anastacio, Courtney Blackburn, Alex Brown, Luis Canales, Carly Clarke, Rachel Ellett, Nahomi Favela, Randall Garrett, Romina E. Gonzalez, Emil (...

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March 21, 2010

Featuring 91 artworks by 72 artists, Ink and Clay 36 is a show richly diverse in style, form, and content. From the traditional to the experimental, formal to expressive, and the personal to the political, this exhibition offers ample opportunities for aesthetic enjoyment,...

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March 22, 2009

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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January 11, 2009

Space, that nothing which is present everywhere, is the animating force in “Roberta Eisenberg: A Life’s Work”, a posthumous retrospective. This well organized exhibition showcases an artist who had a powerful command of the void. She treated the expansive swaths of vacancy in her large...

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September 14, 2008

Participating artists:

Bob Anderson, Sandy Bleifer, Carl Cheng, Wes Christensen, Steve Cortright, Phyllis Davidson, Jogn Davis, Christel Dillbohner,Roberta Eisenberg, Bella Feldman, Judith Foosaner, Robert Glover, Jow Edward Grant, Kenneth Hale, Larry Hurst, Kazuo Kadonaga, Joyce Kohl,...

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April 10, 2008

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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November 18, 2007

All the artists were invited to create new work that investigated the theme of “Place” as it pertained to the Pomona Valley. All the artists live and/or work in the Valley, many have lived here most of their lives. This exhibition is intended to initiate a dialog between the Pomona Valley...

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January 18, 2007

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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December 16, 2006

Accretion is an installation of site-specific sculpture by seven Los Angeles artists at the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Curated by John O’Brien the artists are David McDonald, Jamison Carter...

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November 9, 2006

Accretion is an installation of site-specific sculpture by seven Los Angeles artists at the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Curated by John O’Brien the artists are David McDonald, Jamison Carter...

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October 5, 2006

The purpose behind the exhibit "DPI," which stands for digitally propelled ideasm is to provide a venue and bring together artists who have been actively involved in using computer technology to create works of art. The DPI exhibit has two components. The first component is juried with an open...

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March 9, 2006

"Not much is known about the artistic activity in extreme South Texas, especially the activity in Brownsville... One would think that a region full of Mexican culture would fuel much creativity and thus it would shine. The truth is that the area is remote and with that comes a sense of...

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November 10, 2005

“The Art of Ink and Seal Carving” are two calligraphic art exhibitions brought together by the dedicated work of local artists Sun Wuk Kim and Young H. Kim.

Young H. Kim has gathered the work of seal carving artists from China, Europe and North America. Sun Wuk Kim has brought an ink...

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November 10, 2005

“The Art of Ink and Seal Carving” are two calligraphic art exhibitions brought together by the dedicated work of local artists Sun Wuk Kim and Young H. Kim.

Young H. Kim has gathered the work of seal carving artists from China, Europe and North America. Sun Wuk Kim has brought an ink...

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January 19, 2005

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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January 12, 2005

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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November 11, 2004
September 30, 2004

The purpose behind the exhibit "DPI," which stands for digitally propelled ideasm is to provide a venue and bring together artists who have been actively involved in using computer technology to create works of art. The DPI exhibit has two components. The first component is juried with an open...

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January 8, 2004

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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November 6, 2003

Five contemporary artists from mainland China will display their work at the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery from Nov. 4 to Dec. 12. A reception for the artists, which is free and open to the public, will be Nov. 6 from 5-8 p.m.

Wang Yigang, Wu...

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January 9, 2003

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art...

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November 6, 2002

The purpose behind the exhibit "DPI," which stands for digitally propelled ideasm is to provide a venue and bring together artists who have been actively involved in using computer technology to create works of art. The DPI exhibit has two components. The first component is juried with an open...

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January 10, 2002

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery...

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January 4, 2001

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery...

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March 2, 2000

The purpose behind the exhibit "DPI," which stands for digitally propelled ideasm is to provide a venue and bring together artists who have been actively involved in using computer technology to create works of art. The DPI exhibit has two components. The first component is juried with an open...

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January 6, 2000

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery...

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May 13, 1999

Exhibitors: Rex Alejandro, Jorge Alonso, Armen Assadoorian, Stan Brockman, Claire Crreon, Archie Cayanan, Justin Christopher Joyce Chu, Arporn Chung, Jenny Chung, Holly Cunningham, Tim DeLeon, Dinh Diep, Siara Garton, Sylvia Georges, Leah Goold-Haws, Teri Hansen, Duc Hong, George Hsieh, Maggie...

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March 4, 1999

Exhibitors: David McDonald, Jason Rogenes, Stas Orlovski, Lucinda Luvaas, Trevor Norris, Hanneline Rogeberg, Paul Minotto, Jacqueline Cooper, Colin Gray, Sharon Ryan, Steve Schmidt, Andrew Schachat, William Anthony, Ann Page, Bob Anderson, and Guiseppe de Piero.

January 7, 1999

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery...

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September 24, 1998

Elizbeth Aurilia, Ferris Crane, Charles Fredrick, Joe Hannibal, Ann Phong, Don Smith, Stan Wilson, Luisa Cohrs, Eileen Fears, Rebecca Guzak, Babette Mayor, Sandra Rowe, and Barbrara Thomason.

September 24, 1998

Elizbeth Aurilia, Ferris Crane, Charles Fredrick, Joe Hannibal, Ann Phong, Don Smith, Stan Wilson, Luisa Cohrs, Eileen Fears, Rebecca Guzak, Babette Mayor, Sandra Rowe, and Barbrara Thomason.

May 14, 1998

Featuring: Jorge Alonso, Jai Baek, Jenita Bangloy, Rachel Bickley, Apple Boonmag, Agnes Chan, Henry S.H. Chen, Michael Ciello, Evangelia Deslis, Guillermo Garcià Frayre, Jill Fujiwara, Ki Soo Gak, Winnie Ho, Charles Hong, George Hsieh, Hsuan-Yun, May Kay, Eunhee Kim, Amy Jo Kirchhoff, Sunny Ko,...

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May 14, 1998

Featuring: Jorge Alonso, Jai Baek, Jenita Bangloy, Rachel Bickley, Apple Boonmag, Agnes Chan, Henry S.H. Chen, Michael Ciello, Evangelia Deslis, Guillermo Garcià Frayre, Jill Fujiwara, Ki Soo Gak, Winnie Ho, Charles Hong, George Hsieh, Hsuan-Yun, May Kay, Eunhee Kim, Amy Jo Kirchhoff, Sunny Ko,...

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October 30, 1997

First in film, then video and now combined with computer technologies, artists have the means to explore new realms of human locomotion and moving forms.

The works selected for this show demonstrate a variety of visual research dealing with human locomotion and moving forms using video...

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September 25, 1997

Selected projects by Pomona architecture faculty

May 15, 1997

Artists Featured: Joe Adea, Tamim Azizadah, Demian Botero, Quang Bui, Gabriella Castillo, Peter Chang, Mack Chantaphakul, Erik Chrestensen, Cliff Curtis, Andrea Davidson, Tina DeLeon, Jennifer Galang, Oscar Gallegos, Jason Gilbert, AIsha Hamilton, Tracey Harger, Greg Herrington, Garret Holman,...

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January 10, 1991

Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery...

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February 22, 1990

Recent works by Dorothy Wallace

January 11, 1990

 Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual competition of printmaking, drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, installation and mixed media utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” as a material. The exhibition is sponsored by the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery...

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June 1, 1989

Work by Becky Aguirre, Taline Avedissian, Jennifer Dana, Jane DeRose, Kim Dillbeck, Jeff Di Toro, Meredith Gardner, Gillian Grady, Phoung Fabre, Wendy Nissen, Tiffany Penington, Maricela Perdomo, Viet Pho, Karen Shomaker, Barbara Souza, Martin Villarreal, and Adrien Tuen.

May 4, 1989

Art by Martha Brundage, Eileen Fears, Charles Fredrick, Joe Hannibal, Ingrid Lilligren, Micheal Lucero, Yoram Makow, Kathy Roth, Sandra Rowe, Karin Russo, Nroma C. Tanega, Stanley C. Wilson, and Randall Zorn.

March 31, 1989

Artists featured: Alvaro Asturas, Dora De Larios, Marita Perez, Myrian Gonzales De Arisa, Rene Castro, Susana Lago, Judithe Hernandez, Davis Alalos, Bernard Hoyes, Guillermo Bert, Fernando Caarballo, Gloria Longual, Linda Picos Clark, Judy Baca, Alfredo De Batuc, Richard Duardo, Margaret Gracia...

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