Clothes piled on top of each other in an artistic fashion.

‘Reclaiming Landscapes’ at CSUF transforms junk into an artistic representation of consumerism

Piles of worn clothing items arranged in a vivid spectrum of color carefully settle along the walls of the

A row of failed products lined up on display with descriptions of each at the Museum of Failures.

Museum of Failure showcases flops at Hollywood and Highland

Colgate has built a fail-safe reputation over the years with its iconic products, as its toothpaste has become an

Author Janet Tashjian speaks into a microphone in front of the projected image of her book cover

Award-winning author Janet Tashjian shares her story at CSUF

Award-winning author Janet Tashjian worked in sales for years before realizing she had another calling in life. One day,

Jake Morrison outside on a sunny day

CSUF student Jake Morrison illustrates the whimsical comic series ‘Dani and Ramen’

Growing up, Jake Morrison was captivated by comic books and cartoons. Now in his third year at Cal State

Christy Sohie, owner of Sohie Paperie, holds up a portrait she drew of a woman while explaining what it is.

CSUF student swaps career paths to create Sohie Paperie and pursue stationery business

The Cal State Fullerton art department is filled with passionate students whose visions come to life in their painted


CSUF student and award-winning artist Josephine Hernandez overcomes visual impairment

Josephine “Joey” Hernandez was a sophomore in high school with a passion for drawing when her vision started deteriorating


Retired CSUF art professor continues her family’s legacy

A stretched driveway in Long Beach, California leads to the multistory home of artist Dorte Christjansen. She dressed in


CSUF master’s student helps paint positivity with artistic passion

In a Syrian refugee camp in Istanbul, Yara Almouradi met children with facial scars and burn creams. She wondered


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