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Richard Willson, professor of urban and regional planning, is at the center of Avenue 50 Studio's latest exhibition "BOTTOM FEEDER: Viewes from the Arroyos"
March 9, 2019

Professor Richard Willson's work will be celebrated in Avenue 50 Studio's latest exhibition, "BOTTOM FEEDER: Views from the Arroyos."

Willson, a professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, holds a Ph. D. from UCLA and studied art at the Otis College of Art and Design. ...

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Feminisms in Motion: Voices for Justice, Liberation, and Transformation Book Cover
March 14, 2019

THURS | 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM 

From 2007 to 2017, a small, Los Angeles-based magazine called make/shift published some of the most inspiring feminist voices of the decade, articulating ideas from the grassroots and amplifying transnational feminist voices on issues...

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Carolina R. Escamilla
February 27, 2019

WED | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Imagining Home, Creating Home: Salvadoran Writers Speak!

How do we remember a lost homeland when our memories of it are marked by trauma and violence? How do we construct and reconstruct home and community in Los Angeles when our...

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Firm Day 2018
April 9, 2019

Cal Poly Pomona’s Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invite you to Firm Day 2019. This event is specifically designed to connect you and your firm with our students! Firm Day is an opportunity to present your firm and interview CPP ARC and...

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World-renowned architect Frank Gehry at the 2018 Neutra Award ceremony at the J. Paul Getty Center

In his six-decade career Frank Gehry revolutionized architecture’s aesthetics and techniques, recasting its relationship with cities as one of the modern era’s early advocates of design’s inherent social responsibility.

The Department of Architecture honored Gehry on Feb. 5 with the...

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Professor Margarita McCoy
January 30, 2019

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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The second ENV Strategic Town Hall takes place on Tuesday, Jan. 2Building 7 Atrium
January 29, 2019

ENV faculty, students and staff are invited to the second ENV Strategic Planning Town Hall. Hear the findings from November's inaugural meeting and learn about possible new directions for the College of Environmental Design.

Every 10 years, ENV updates its college strategic plan --...

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Alex Schafran will discuss his book "The Road to Resegregation: Northern California and the Failure of Politics" on Jan. 23, 2019
January 23, 2019

Alvaro Huerta, assistant professor of urban and regional planning, will moderate a book talk/panel discussion centered on The Road to Resegregation: Northern California and the Failure of Politics. The event is open to the public and will take place at the Grand Reading Room on the...

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2019 Spring Interim at the Interim Design Center
January 23, 2019

See the best of architecture student projects from Fall 2018 at the Spring 2019 Interim Student Exhibit.

On this evening faculty, students, alumni and the public a chance to see the best graduate and undergraduate student work from the previous term. The event, which typically features...

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Paul Helmle Fellow Nader Tehrani gives feedback to upper-division architecture students at his Fall 2018 workshop.

Cooper Union's Dean of Chanin School of Architecture named inaugural Paul Helmle Fellow

POMONA, Calif. (Jan. 17, 2019) – Nader Tehrani, dean of Cooper Union’s Chanin School of Architecture, has been named the inaugural Paul Helmle Fellow by the Department of Architecture...

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Cover page of "At Home with the Infinitely Unpredictable: Cedarvale Ravine" by MLA student Adrian Tenney

How would you a landscape architect describe their favorite place? MLA student Adrian Tenney revisited a beloved hometown haunt, the Cedarvale Ravine in York, Toronto, for Fall 2018's LA 5771 (Landscape Awareness and Assessment) taught...

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VCD major Carlos Aceytuno with his original sketch of the 2019 Cal Poly Universities Rose Float (Image by Tom Zasadzinski)

Cal Poly Universities Rose Float "Far Out Frequencies," designed by visual communication design major Carlos Aceytuno, won the Extraordinaire Award at the 130th Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1.

The Cal Poly Rose Float, a collaboration between Cal Poly Pomona and Cal Poly San Luis...

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April 27, 2019

Poly-kroma 2019, 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, all held held at the W. Keith and...

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April 29, 2019
Photo Credit: William W. Gunn
January 26, 2019

SAT | 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The exhibition, O’Bibliology - A Personal History of Books as Physical Objects, explores the collected book works, artist books and book-related objects that have been in central part of John David O’Brien’s oeuvre from the start. In part, this...

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Author Photo in Nevada
February 13, 2019

WED | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Imagining Home, Creating Home: Salvadoran Writers Speak!

How do we remember a lost homeland when our memories of it are marked by trauma and violence? How do we construct and reconstruct home and community in Los Angeles when our...

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Somewhere in Between, featured at the Kellogg University Art Gallery through March 17, 2019
January 31, 2019

THURS | 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Somewhere in Between (the Lines): Poetry, Prose and Performance is a “spoken word” event giving an opportunity for individuals to share their ideas about topics related to ethnicity, nationality, and shared cultures. 
 
This...

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