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Fresno State alumna and new artists debut at ArtHop

Crowds gathered inside the M Street Art Complex on Feb. 2 to meet the new members of Gallery 25: Iris Duarte, Judith Goulart, and Jeanette Goulart. The complex in downtown Fresno was open to the public during February’s first Thursday ...

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Student Spotlight: ‘Incorporating art into everything’

From French artist Henri Matisse’s vibrant collages, to Salvador Dalí’s distorted reimaginations of the world, nature has often had a big influence on the work of many artists. Joe Montijo is among those artists who has a passion for the ...

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Downtown Fresno: living, working and playing

My, how things have changed in Fresno — more people are saying, “Let’s go downtown.” In 2010, plans were put in motion to begin the Downtown Fresno Revitalization project. The goal is to bring more financial and cultural prosperity to ...

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Inspired by India: Photographs explore ‘new India’

Fresno State photography professor Neil Chowdhury showcased a solo exhibition at local gallery Corridor 2122 as a part of ArtHop. ArtHop takes place twice a month at various venues in Downtown Fresno and Tower District. Chowdhury’s exhibition takes on his ...

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Gallery in downtown Fresno offers showcase space for new artists

By Dana Amireh Adam Mena, a Fresno State alumnus with a master’s degree in sculpture, is hosting a free, all-age event this Thursday called Skateboard Art Show for ArtHop. The event will feature music, a skate demo, food and plenty ...

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Trashique: A Whole Lot of Garbage! [gallery]

Hundreds of people gathered at the Fresno Art Museum Saturday for Trashique, a benefit fashion show that utilizes recycled materials to create clothing. Proceeds from the event benefit the Fresno Art Museum’s education and exhibition programs. Fresno Art Museum executive ...

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Former Fresno State professor now a successful artist and poet

Dixie Salazar has been a working artist and writer for 40 years. Salazar was once a part-time lecturer for the English department at Fresno State for 16 years and retired last year.

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ArtHop features styles of tattoo art

Out of the darkness comes the light, illuminating bold, colorful, in-your-face, simplistic paintings depicting the American traditional style of tattoo art.

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ArtHop: Juergen Was Here

Entering the gallery “on the left you can see a night shot of a flower of the Peruvian Cactus (Cereus Peruvianus) which is about eight feet tall and located in my backyard.

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Color Me Blind

Several Fresno State students will have their artwork featured in an upcoming ArtHop showcase to be held in downtown Fresno.

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