Ninasophia Stowe | Banner The faculty art show, “It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time,” was named by Duncan Simcoe, professor of fine art and featured the art piece above created by Kristi Lippire, assistant professor of fine art. The piece was made from cast plaster blocks that were tinted with color and are held together with metal wraps.

Art gallery moves on campus for student shows

After five years at the California Baptist University Gallery in downtown Riverside, the College of Architecture Visual Arts and Design art gallery relocated Oct. 24 to the Rose Garden Gallery on campus for its debut show, “It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time,” the Biennial Faculty Exhibit. Beka Leininger, CBU alumna and curator […]

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Use my camera in a museum? You bet!

LA museums encourage use of cameras, social media sites Instagram museums are starting to pop up across America, especially in Los Angeles, using art as a tool to increase likes and followers. These museums look at Instagrammers’ styles to create exhibits with trendy backdrops, colorful lighting and props. Jamie Counihan, freshman entrepreneurship major, visited an […]

lijah Hickman | Banner | Julia Olsen-Rodriguez, Riverside County resident, has a passion for dancing and loves to share that passion with her community. She teaches both children and adult ballet classes at the Orange Terrace Community Center in Downtown Riverside a few times a week.

Riverside offers ballet classes

The Riverside Community Center recently announced the addition of an adult beginning ballet class to be offered at the Orange Terrace Community Center located downtown. This class is one of many offered throughout the city of Riverside in which California Baptist University students can participate. The beginning ballet class is designed for adults with little-to-no […]

John Victory | Banner | Kelsey Whalen, a junior psychology major, spends time in the ceramics lab making a coil bowl to relieve stress and express her creativity.

Art improves students’ health

A student sets down her lab coat as she walks over to her ceramic wheel, ready to get her hands dirty and free her mind from the stresses of her every-day life. Although some people may not consider themselves artists, expressing themselves creatively by doodling in a note-book or molding Play-Doh can offer anyone numerous […]

Danielle Lutjens | The Banner | Natalie Codding, sophomore graphic design major, said she likes to unwind by painting one-of-a-kind murals to display in her dorm.

Buying student art expands creative horizons

Visual art comes in many different and distinct forms. Whether it is graphic design, photography, painting or even stickers, every piece of art has a story behind it. However, when that art is purchased from a store, the creative source behind it remains a mystery. When supporting a student artist, that mystery is solved: The […]

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Art fosters friendship

Create event encourages students to get involved on campus. Students were able to express their artistic creative ways in the Community Life Lounge while meeting new people at the Comm Life Creative event March 27 at California Baptist University. Activities at this event  included hand lettering, watercolor painting, card making, canvas crafting, and 3D modeling. […]

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Novelty and art educates public

A thousand demonstrations and presentations from more than 150 artists, scientists, students and business professionals filled Downtown Riverside Oct. 12 from 5 p.m. – midnight for Riverside’s fourth Long Night of Art and Innovation. From high school students showcasing hydroponic projects and their advanced farming technology experiments to Riverside City College showing audiences how to […]