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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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Website and Catalog Launch!

The Ink & Clay 44 website and Digital Catalog are now live!

Please visit www.inkclay44.com and view our Ink & Clay 44 Catalog at: ...

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Learn effective strategies to revive your resume at the  April 14 Student Success virtual workshop
April 14, 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.

Your Resume is A Reflection of You. Throughout my career, I have...

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Join #TheArtistsChallenge2020

As you might imagine, as of this week, most cultural sites, galleries, and museums's doors are now closed across the country and the world...we creatives need to be flexible and adapt, find ways to connect, engage, create and express visually in new virtual ways that just involve technology and...

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Staff checking in remotely on Zoom

Checking in! We are still operational - All Gallery Staff working remotely through Zoom!

Visit our social media pages for continued updates and fun content!

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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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ASI Virtual Art Exhibit

The ASI Art Program invites you to participate in the Virtual Art Exhibit!

The Virtual Art Exhibit is looking for artists to submit their work to be featured on our ASI Art Program Instagram (@asiartprogram)! ALL CPP students, faculty & staff are welcome! Show us your prints, poetry...

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The first Zoom-based Student Success workshop will focus on job search strategies during a pandemic
April 7, 2020

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

Searching for internships and employment opportunities can be challenging, especially under the current...

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Now what? Economists say the coronavirus outbreak will have lasting impact on our intertwined global markets

Richard Willson, a professor of urban and regional planning, authors the APA blog series A Guide for Idealists, based on his book "The Guide for the Idealist: How to Launch and Navigate Your Planning Career." A national...

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ENV Services available via remote/virtual mode

As part of Cal Poly Pomona's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus), classes and services have shifted from face-to-face to virtual mode for the remainder of the semester. The College of Environmental Design remains operational, but all services will be delivered in remote format through May 31....

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Services at the College of Environmental Design will be delivered in virtual/remote format through May 31.

[March 23, 2020] To date, no cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus) are linked to Cal Poly Pomona. As a precaution, the College of Environmental Design is following university guidance to pursue the strategy of social distancing. The goal: to further decrease the risk of spreading of...

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Closed until further notice

Gallery Closure as of March 17, 2020

Although no evidence of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has occurred at CalPoly Pomona’s campus, in order to help control any possible spread, both the Kellogg University Art Gallery and Don B. Huntley Art Gallery will be closed...

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Harry A. Anthony, professor emeritus in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. (Image courtesy of the Anthony family)

The late Harry Antoniades Anthony understood firsthand that travel can broaden the perspective of a budding planner. Now a new endowed scholarship in his honor intends to open similar life-changing experiences for students in the department he once led almost 50 years ago....

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Art department lecturer Jaime Scholnick (Courtesy of Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority)

Art department lecturer Jaime Scholnick returns to Leimert Park with some serious history.

The neighborhood was a beloved refuge during her grad school days. It was also there that she met and cultivated a mentorship under artist/community organizer...

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POV on CPP exhibition announcement

Art Student Spotlight Exhibition, POV on CPP,  is up now at the Bronco Student Center, upstairs. Please join the Art Department at ASI Bronco Student Center for the opening reception on Tuesday, February 25th at U hour (12 - 1...

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Image by Mark Maryanovich Photography

The Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies will receive more than $5 million to fund much-needed upgrades and improvements on the 16-acre site.

A construction budget of $4.29 million and a total project budget of $5.38 million from the Deferred Maintenance monies of the CSU’s 2019-20...

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February 1, 2020

In honor of March 2020's Women's Month, this show features a three-woman collaborative exhibition dedicated to nature, humankind's interaction with the environment, and nature's response.

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