Two Cal Poly art and design professors contributed to the touring art exhibition The Renaissance Nude, currently on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Described as “one of the 10 most engaging exhibits of the year” by the Los Angeles Times, The Renaissance Nude features approximately 100 paintings, sculptures, medals and other […]
The Kennedy Library Atrium is mostly quiet, save for a few hushed conversations occurring between friends and newly acquainted students. Those who needed a break or some free art supplies to work on a project have gathered for Pop-Up Painting.
As voices roared from within Pinkies Up salon, Megan Cali grew anxious at the front of a line that wrapped down the block. The venue was bursting with hundreds of people. Strangers and close friends alike stood pressed against each other’s backs, sides and shoulders. With hardly enough room to move, the liberal studies senior […]
Meet the characters of San Luis Obispo’s Shabang XI Music Festival on the premiere of Good News with Rachel Showalter.
Expect more music genres, larger structures, and increased ticket prices at the bi-annual local music and arts festival on Saturday.
The new yakʔitʸutʸu living community is covered in 29 murals to honor the Northern Chumash Indigenous Tribe.
More than 25 downtown businesses open their doors from 6-9 p.m. for Art After Dark, a night celebrating local art.
After years of paint, sweat and tears, the Art & Design seniors created their final exhibition as Cal Poly students.
Charlie Clingman and Chris Pedersen founded Forever Stoked through their shared passion of surfing and art.
Theatre sophomore Alex Holmes and journalism sophomore Riana Butler created Uncle Inc., a clothing company, in Fall 2017.
Attendees were served a glass of wine and provided with blocks of wood, stencils for tracing, and wood burners.