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New SRJC art exhibit breaks stereotypes one piece at a time

New SRJC art exhibit breaks stereotypes one piece at a time

October 13, 2019

An exhibit at Santa Rosa Junior College, “Beyond Stereotypes: Native Americans Restyle the Comic Book Universe,” opens Oct. 15 at the Jesse Peter Multicultural Museum and will display a compilation of comic books portraying Native American lifestyles. ...

Level Up! Ep. 16: But is it art?

Level Up! Ep. 16: But is it art?

October 1, 2019

Up   In this one your boys examine the deep relationship between graphics power and art style at the root of gaming visuals. We discuss the best and worst we've seen and whether or not, in this world of super powered hardware, graphics even matter anymore....

“The Third Man” at 70: Does It Hold Up?

September 1, 2019

“Goodness, that’s awkward,” Crabbin said. “‘Goodness, that’s awkward’? Is that what you say to people after death?” Holly Martins asked. On this day 70 years ago, the shadowy world of film noir was expanded and epitomized by the r...

Art faculty shows off their creative skills

Oak Leaf Staff, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

Little do you know your art professor may be the next major artiste. Upon entering the Art Faculty show, one would be impressed with the level of quality. The show’s artists are all faculty members of Santa Rosa Junior College. All the artwork was positioned just right, filling the entire gallery and creating a mesmerizing experience. With oil on panel, wood assemblage , c-prints and photography, people enjoyed all the various types of mediums.  There were also woo...

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