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Congressional Art Competition

Help choose the winner for the 2020 Congressional Art Competition!

Simply “like” the artwork you think should be displayed in the U.S. Capitol all year long.

Voting closes on Friday, May 29 at 5pm. The winner will be announced May 30th.

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Congressional Art Competition

Help choose the winner for the 2020 Congressional Art Competition!

Simply “like” the artwork you think should be displayed in the U.S. Capitol all year long.

Voting closes on Friday, May 29 at 5pm. The winner will be announced May 30th.

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Lenore Roberts ('20, architecture), Julian A. McjPhee Scholar and ENV Valedictorian

It took eight years and a decisive switch of majors for Lenore Roberts ('20, architecture) to get to this point: graduation.

Three years into the art program at Cal State Fullerton, Roberts pivoted to architecture at Cal Poly Pomona, a five-year commitment to one of the...

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Noam Saragosti ('14, architecture) succeeds Sarah Lorenzen as director of the Neutra VDL Studio and Residences

Lecturer Noam Saragosti (’14, architecture) is the new resident director of the Neutra VDL Studio and Residences – where he once greeted guests as a student docent trained by his immediate predecessor Professor Sarah Lorenzen...

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George Proctor (left) accepts the Dean's Award from Dean Marvin Malecha, 1989. (Image courtesy of George Proctor)

Professor George Proctor ('89, architecture; '89 urban and regional planning) is the chair of the Department of Architecture and a former student of the late Marvin J. Malecha. Malecha, former dean of the College of Environmental Design and former chair of the Department of Architecture,...

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Marvin J. Malecha, FAIA, former dean of the College of Environmental Design (Image courtesy of Lauren Weiss Bricker)

World-renowned architect, design educator and prolific author Marvin J. Malecha, former dean of the College of Environmental Design and former president of the American Institute of Architects, died May 4 due to complications from heart transplant surgery. He was 70.

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Focus on the big picture and never lose sight of your goals (Careerlink)

Alisande "Alie" Ivie  is the college's first ENV Career Specialist. Below, she shares advice on what students can still do to make themselves job- and career-ready in the current economic climate. Check out her ...

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May 9, 2020

Cal Poly Pomona Architecture's (CPP ARC) senior project presentations will take place on Saturday May 9th from 8:30am-6:30pm. Presentations will be livestreamed on youtube. If you are interested in watching the presentations and jury comments please check back here for a link to the reviews on...

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Along the Seine: March 15, 2020 (Image courtesy of Rennie Tang)

Landscape architecture professor Rennie Tang is on sabbatical in France when President Emmanuel Macron announced nationwide confinement measures on March 17. Residents are allowed to leave their homes only for food and essential tasks, while police and military conduct patrols to enforce...

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2d3d+ Juried Student Art Exhibition - Submission deadline May 22 @ 11:59pm
May 1, 2020

Polykroma 2020, celebrating Fine Arts and Visual Communication Design on the Cal Poly Pomona campus with its 2d3d+ Juried Student Art Exhibition, and Industry Day —a Senior Student Visual Communication Design portfolio showcase event and exhibition. This year’s ...

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2d3d+ Juried Student Art Exhibition - Submission deadline May 22 @ 11:59pm
May 1, 2020

Polykroma 2020, celebrating Fine Arts and Visual Communication Design on the Cal Poly Pomona campus with its 2d3d+ Juried Student Art Exhibition, and Industry Day —a Senior Student Visual Communication Design portfolio showcase event and exhibition. This year’s ...

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Over/Under (Image courtesy of Garet Ammerman/ THR.D studio, Inc.)

Lecturer Garet Ammerman's "Over/Under" exhibit design proposal was selected as the winning entry for AIA|LA's 2x8 Exhibit Design Competition.

Each year the event invites architecture students and faculty from...

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Recent studies have shown that 80% of jobs are found through networking

Alisande "Alie" Ivie is the college's first ENV Career Specialist. Below, she shares advice on what students can still do to make themselves job- and career-ready in the current economic climate. Check her...

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Through the Toy Shop and Behind the Curtain:      The Artistry of Gina M.
March 17, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in order to help control any possible spread, both the Kellogg University Art Gallery and the Don B. Huntley Gallery will be closed until further notice.

We look forward to opening our doors again as soon as possible.

All...

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Broxville Wood: Into the Thicket
March 17, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in order to help control any possible spread, both the Kellogg University Art Gallery and the Don B. Huntley Gallery will be closed until further notice.

We look forward to opening our doors again as soon as possible.

All...

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'Our future is in your hands' (Shutterstock)

Pablo La Roche, interim director of the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, revisits a 2018 article he authored for DesignIntelligence Quarterly. He asserted that in thinking about the future of sustainable design, we need only look at the earliest examples of architecture and...

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CPP Climate Action Community's virtual Earth Day panel features CPP faculty and Southern California experts
April 22, 2020

The CPP Climate Action Community invites you to join us for a virtual Earth Day forum with special guests including CPP faculty and invited leaders who are working on climate change issues across Southern California.

The panel will explore questions like: What does it mean to create a...

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Learn about upping your personal branding game at the April 21 Student Success virtual workshop
April 21, 2020

Alisande "Alie" Ivie is the college's first ENV Career Specialist. Below, she shares advice on what students can still do to make themselves job- and career-ready in the current economic climate.

During this time, the job market has become increasingly competitive. As a job...

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A small backyard garden with wildflowers (Shutterstock)

"If we can teach people about wildlife, they will be touched. Humans want to save things that they love." – Steve Irwin

Where have the humans gone? Most people are locked away to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, and the animals, well, they have been reveling in their...

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Galleries closed until further notice

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in order to help control any possible spread, both the Kellogg University Art Gallery and the Don B. Huntley Gallery will be closed until further notice.

We look forward to opening our doors again as soon as possible.

All...

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